Lisa Appignanesi - Love and the Novel
Lisa Appignanesi considers the subject of love and the novel and reads extracts from her book The Things We Do For Love. She discusses the treatment of love throughout the history of the novel, in particular the work of Henry James.
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Researcher Mahesh Anand of The Open University's Centre for Earth, Planetary, Space and Astronomical Research (CEPSAR) is undertaking analysis of lunar basalt collected during the moon landings of the late 1960s and 1970s. The results may provide clues into the origins of the earth.
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Love and Revolution
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E.L. Jones performs Othello. Program consists of a special presentation of The Face of Love, a one-man musical theater piece starring E.L. James. The Face of Love reflects on the various kinds of love individuals can feel whether for people, material goods, countries, or ideas. Performance consists ...
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Episode 30: Love Life of the Mountain Brushtail Possum

Behavioural ecologist Dr Jenny Martin explains how studying Australia's Mountain Brushtail Possum has helped us understand how ecological change affects animal mating behaviour. This is the second of our "Summer Season of Science" mini series. With Up Close science host Dr Shane Huntington.

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War and Love: The Role of Special Relationships in the Ethics of War
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