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On John Berger

Gareth Evans, Mike Dibb, Yasmin Gunaratnam and Tom Overton

This podcast was a collaboration between the London Review Bookshop and Verso Books, recorded in November 2016 to mark John Berger’s 90th birthday. In discussion with Gareth Evans are Mike Dibb, director of Ways of Seeing, Yasmin Gunaratnam, editor of A Jar of Wild Flowers: Essays in Celebration of John Berger, and Tom Overton, author of Landscapes: John Berger on Art.

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