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Radio: Rumination failure

by Edward Wickham

IF THE long-running religion-versus-science fracas has ever made you wish for a simpler age, then you will have been disappointed to hear that university societies have been hosting debates on the subject for decades, if not centuries.

A crucial scene in The Saturday Play: The gate of angels (Radio 4), presents the chief protagonist — a Cambridge physics lecturer — dreaming of confrontations he may or may not have had with his professional colleagues and his minister father, ...

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