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From: BBC Radio 4

Organising the Mind

BBC Radio 4: 

Tom Sutcliffe is joined in the studio by Daniel Levitin, author of New York Times bestseller ‘The Organized Mind’. Levitin dismisses the idea of multi-tasking and explores how we can counter information overload. But the poet Frances Leviston with her latest collection, Disinformation, believes her best work is conceived in disorganisation. The cognitive scientist Maggie Boden puts forward the idea that computers can be highly creative, and the conductor Ian Page celebrates the genius of Mozart who wrote his first symphony in London at the age of eight.

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