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Monday, 12 December 2011

Listen to: 'Something Understood: 99 Words'

When Liz Gray found herself limited, forced into a strange period of enforced retreat by a whiplash injury the following question came to her mind: if you had breath for no more than 99 words, what would they be?
She began asking friends, colleagues, artists and political figures she admired, gathering together a collection of 99 responses.
In the first of a pair of programmes, she describes the genesis of her '99 Words' project and introduces contributions from, among others, Jeanette Winterson, Robert Wyatt, Scilla Elworthy and Diana Athill.

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