Julian Assange has been under house arrest for nearly 500 days. In that time he has been host to a series of clandestine conversations with some of the world's most controversial people, now due to broadcast worldwide.
The most anticipated news programme of the year, 'The World Tomorrow', is a collection of twelve "frank and irreverent" interviews with an eclectic range of politicians, revolutionaries, intellectuals, artists and visionaries. Promising to create a space for people who would otherwise be sidelined by the mainstream media, Assange explains, "my work with WikiLeaks has given us a platform to broadcast world-shifting ideas".
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