On Start the Week Emily Maitlis talks to the Executive Chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt about the digital future. A future where everyone is connected, but ideas of privacy, security and community are transformed. Former Wikileaks employee James Ball asks how free we are online. The curator Honor Harger looks to art to understand this new world of technology. And worried about this brave new world? David Spiegelhalter, offers a guide…
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BBC Radio 4 ‘Start the week’ with Eric Schmidt, James Ball, Honor Harger & David Spiegelhalter from the 27th May 2013
Animator and film director Terry Gilliam joins Kirsty Young to choose his Desert Island Discs.
He first planted his foot-print on our cultural landscape more than thirty years ago - back then, it was a huge, animated foot which squashed everything beneath it and became one of the defining images of Monty Python’s Flying Circus.
In the years since, his film credits have included Brazil, Twelve Monkeys and The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus. Now aged 70, he’s directing his first opera. He says: "I’ve always liked the extremes, the edges. I like to know where the cliff is, but you only find out by stepping off."