At one o’clock every Tuesday lunchtime for fifteen years (1964-1979), Joseph McCulloch,
the Rector of St Mary-le-Bow Church in the City of London, invited a well-known public
figure to debate an issue of the day.
Description: David McFall in conversation with Joseph McCulloch, Rector of St Mary-le-Bow
church. They discuss McFall's sculpture of Winston Churchill, sculpture in general,
and the public's responses and attitudes towards sculpture.
This recording is the copyright of the British Library. David McFall in conversation
with Joseph McCulloch, Bow Dialogues, 1966, British Library catalogue reference C812/15.