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'Forgotten Genius'

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'Forgotten Genius'

'Forgotten Genius'

'Forgotten Genius'

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Architect Robert Hooke was a colleague of Sir Isaac Newtown and helped Christopher Wren rebuild London — but Hooke is almost forgotten by history.

Guest:

Stephen Inwood
*Author of The Forgotten Genius: The Biography of Robert Hooke 1635-1703

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