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Many more Germans were displaced in 1945 than Indians during partition

Plus: before the TED talks, there was Radio 4

8 November 2014

9:00 AM

8 November 2014

9:00 AM

What Radio 3 needs is a musical version of Neil MacGregor. The director of the British Museum and now a stalwart of Radio 4 is an intellectual powerhouse but his talks on radio are so clear, so crisp, so deceptively easy to follow that he draws you in and makes you feel that you too can understand the world in the way he does, with his enormously broad vision and his deep understanding of the way things connect.

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