“A manifestation of a rich multimedia format that keeps on giving, devised by that superb writer and lecturer, Neil MacGregor” – The Arts Desk
About the author: Formerly Director of the National Gallery and then the British Museum, Scots-born Neil MacGregor studied modern languages and philosophy before he switched to law and was called to the Scottish bar. Changing direction he studied history of art when he was described by Anthony Blunt as “the most brilliant pupil he ever taught”. His Radio 4 series ‘A History of the World in 100 Objects’ was broadcast to much acclaim.
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