Iris Murdoch on philosophy and literature. The interviewer is Brian McGee.
There’s a second part that comments on the first say is much better. Be good and you may get to see it. ;-)
I haven’t been able to watch all of it, but since I’m off for a while, I thought I’d put it and see the rest later. One thing I’m wondering about is how distinctly Wittgensteinian the conception of philosophy she articulates is. Do her descriptions fit analytic philosophy generally?