Art Of The Matter, The [Radio Scotland]

A series exploring artists who challenge our ethical and moral views.

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Edi Stark talks to folk singer Karine Polwart, a former philosophy teacher and social worker, in a series exploring artists who challenge our ethical and moral views.

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Edi Stark talks to folk singer Karine Polwart, a former philosophy teacher and social worker, in a series exploring artists who challenge our ethical and moral views.

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Edi Stark talks to Hazel McHaffie, a medical researcher who became a novelist to increase public understanding of the ethical dilemmas created by advances in medicine.

Edi Stark talks to Hazel McHaffie, a medical researcher who became a novelist.

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Edi Stark talks to Hazel McHaffie, a medical researcher who became a novelist to increase public understanding of the ethical dilemmas created by advances in medicine.

Edi Stark talks to Hazel McHaffie, a medical researcher who became a novelist.

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Edi Stark talks to Hazel McHaffie, a medical researcher who became a novelist to increase public understanding of the ethical dilemmas created by advances in medicine.

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Edi Stark meets photographer Tim Hetherington, who won the 2007 World Press Photo Award for his picture of an exhausted US soldier in Afghanistan.

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Edi Stark meets photographer Tim Hetherington, who won the 2007 World Press Photo Award for his picture of an exhausted US soldier in Afghanistan.

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Edi Stark talks to folk singer Karine Polwart, a former philosophy teacher and social worker.

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Edi Stark talks to Hazel McHaffie, a medical researcher who became a novelist to increase public understanding of the ethical dilemmas created by advances in medicine.

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Edi Stark meets photographer Tim Hetherington, who won the 2007 World Press Photo Award for his picture of an exhausted US soldier in Afghanistan.