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Radio: Modest all-rounder

by Edward Wickham

ONE man’s polymath is another man’s dilettante. Most people would regard a man who has worked as an actor, director, scriptwriter, and presenter of a wide range of doc­umen­taries, who is also capable of discourse on subjects ranging from medicine to philosophy and linguis­tics, as well as maintaining a ser­viceable interest in neurology, as warranting being described as the former.

On the other hand, hearing Sir Jonathan Miller talk about himself on Archive on 4: ...

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