The Metropolitan Museum of Art attracts 4 million visitors each year. On today's show, meet some of the people who make the Met one of the world's greatest museums. Also: why Abraham Lincoln is still controversial in America more than 140 years after his death. We'll also hear some interviews with Palestinian inmates in Israeli prisons. Plus, Simon Schama explains why he says that "great art has dreadful manners."
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