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Culture Clinic: Sir Christopher Frayling - Telegraph

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Arts professor Sir Christopher Frayling submits to a little light therapy.
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BBC - Desert Island Discs - Castaway : Christopher Frayling

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Sue Lawley's castaway is Rector of the Royal College of Art Christopher Frayling.
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Researchers' Tales: Sir Christopher Frayling on Spaghetti Westerns | BFI Live | British Film Institute

Researchers' Tales: Sir Christopher Frayling on Spaghetti Westerns | BFI Live | British Film Institute | Christopher Frayling | Scoop.it
Eminent academic and writer Sir Christopher Frayling discusses the Spaghetti Western genre as part of the BFI National Library’s Researcher’s Tales strand.
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Christopher Frayling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sir Christopher John Frayling (born 25 December 1946) is a British educationalist and writer, known for his study of popular culture.

Frayling read history at Churchill College, Cambridge and gained a PhD in the study of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. He was appointed a Fellow of the college in 2009.

He taught history at the University of Bath and was awarded an Honorary Degree (Doctor of Arts) from that University in 2003. In 1979 Frayling was appointed Professor of Cultural History at London's post-graduate art and design school, the Royal College of Art. Frayling was Rector in charge of the Royal College of Art from 1996 to 2009.[1]

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The Guardian profile: Sir Christopher Frayling

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The new chairman of the Arts Council may be demonised as a committee fetishist and a devotee of spaghetti westerns, but his real asset to the body could lie in his being at heart a rather traditional cultural historian...
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