The Disappeared is launched on 26th March 2015 by Bloomsbury Reader.
Bloomsbury (March 2015)
MR: Most of Europe is politically moving leftward but, even if unpredictably, the Conservative Party has won political elections in the UK. In Italy, a kind of Blairite new Democratic Party (formerly the Italian Communist Party) is governing, technically unelected, since months with no challenge neither opposition.
Listen back to Roger with Richard Reinsch.
Roger has recently discussed with Richard Reinsch, of Liberty Law Talk, his newest novel The Disappeared. Listen to the Podcast here.
For those who may be interested in this London based degree (one year), lead by Prof Roger Scruton, the first term seminar programme has nearly been finalised. Guest lecturers include Raymond Tallis, Sebastian Gardner and Simon Blackburn.
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BBC Radio 4 - A Point of View - The nature and limits of democracy
Should a nation be defined by language and territory, by ruling party or by faith? A Point of View Podcast can be found here.
We should not expect education to be simply left to teachers, or the state. Read my Point of View on the BBC News website here.
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