Does life have meaning? What's the nature of real friendship? Can reason and imagination be reconciled? Does God exist? How do we deal with pain? And are these questions - even, perhaps, the answers - to be found in books that feature magical wardrobes, spaceships and Greek myth? Author and academic McGrath sees C. S. Lewis as the perfect conversation companion for the persistent meaning-of-life questions everyone asks, thanks to the wide and varied terrain of his life - Lewis travelled from early atheism to conversion, from rational scepticism to the appreciation of value of human desires and imagination, and from Christian apologist during the Second World War to celebrated author of classic children's literature. The questions Lewis thought - and wrote - about are still asked today, and all are illuminated by his astonishingly varied body of work. Join McGrath as he opens the wardrobe door and guides you into a conversation with Lewis's writings, in which all the most important questions are asked.