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Face to Face with Kim Hill - Clive James Television (Excerpts) – 2003 News/Current Affairs

Face to Face with Kim Hill - Clive James

Television (Excerpts) – 2003 News/Current Affairs

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Kim Hill interviews Australian-born and British-based writer Clive James. They discuss the nature of intelligence and whether you have to be tormented to be really clever. James says he doesn't think so. He names scientist Stephen Hawking as the cleverest person he has ever seen, and playwright Tom Stoppard as the cleverest person he knows. James also tells Hill that he has no plans to ever retire (or "hang up his pen", as he puts it), and discusses his love of tango dancing.

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Norman Sievewright

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Maryanne Ahern

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Kim Hill

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