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Why you have to listen to this year's Reith Lectures

Two programmes on Radio 4 this week explore how it is not cash that our health systems lack but a way of processing all our knowledge

6 December 2014

9:00 AM

6 December 2014

9:00 AM

Each year the Reith Lectures come round as Radio 4’s annual assertion of intellectual authority, fulfilling the BBC’s original aspiration to inform and educate (although not always to also entertain). Each year, though, it’s hard not to feel a certain resistance to Lord Reith’s lofty legacy. Radio might be the perfect format for delivering a talk.

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