In this fourth podcast in my Conversations with Joseph Pearce channel, Joseph and I discuss the impact of the screen on the art of reading. How does the human imagination interact with a good book as opposed to the TV and movies? How must books be altered when they are adapted for the screen? Will the screen eventually destroy the written text?

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