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BBC World Service Radio Live SOLD OUT

Sunday 3 April 2016

45 Minutes


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World-renowned actor and gay rights activist Sir Ian McKellen talks to the BBC’s Anu Anand about his life and work.  McKellen is a multi-award winning actor, who is as well known for his film roles – Gandalf in Lord of the Rings, Magneto in the X-Men films, and Sherlock Holmes in Mr Holmes – as he is for his extensive stage and television work, spanning many decades. Since coming out in 1988, McKellen has frequently spoken and written about gay issues and continues to campaign for legal and social equality for gay people worldwide.

Tickets for this live BBC World Service radio event are free but must be booked through the festival box office. This event will last 45 minutes, with about 30 minutes of live broadcast. It forms part of a special two-hour live broadcast from the FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival.

There will be a standby queue on the day for any unfilled seats at this event.