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Radio 4’s The Art of Innovation is a series that — for once — deserves the label ‘landmark’

28 September 2019

9:00 AM

28 September 2019

9:00 AM

Radio 4, how do I love thee? Rather as one loves the flocked wallpaper that came with the house. It isn’t what one would have chosen — but it is home. Yes, even when plangent piano music indicates a meaningful drama is about to begin. Yes, even when said drama is a woefully wooden effort about Amy ‘a typical modern 18-year-old — who happens to be trans’.

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