Charlie Hebdo: a duty to offend

Charlie writer Robert McLiam Wilson joins Andrew Doyle to talk satire, racism and the 2015 attack.

Topics Free Speech Identity Politics Politics World

Robert McLiam Wilson, novelist and regular contributor to Charlie Hebdo, is Andrew Doyle’s latest guest on Culture Wars. They discuss Charlie’s recent Meghan Markle controversy, the magazine’s proud anti-racist history, and why satirists shouldn’t be afraid to ‘punch down’.

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