Rana Mitter explores the relationship between scientific progress and science fiction.
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Philip Dodd explores how recent waves of immigration are changing British culture.
Matthew Sweet examines the success of Channel 4 as it celebrates its 25th birthday.
Philip Dodd talks to Craig Venter, one of the key scientists in human genome research.
Gabriel Gbadamosi looks at the cultural activities of France's North African community.
Keenan Malik assesses Frederic Raphael's update to his 70s TV series The Glittering Prizes
What effect is Ireland's wealth having on the spiritual and moral health of the nation?
Gabriel Gbadamosi talks to influential Senegalese singer-songwriter Youssou N'Dour.
Philip Dodd talks to Patrick Wright about his new book on the history of the Iron Curtain.
Matthew Sweet presents interviews and debate on this week’s most important cultural issues
Matthew Sweet talks to Will Self, one of the leading proponents of psychogeography.
Kenan Malik talks to best-selling yet controversial psychologist Steven Pinker.
Philip Dodd talks to Canadian novelist Douglas Coupland about his new novel The Gum Thief.
Isabel Hilton talks to author Joanna Bourke about her new book on sexual violence.
Philip Dodd on the classic 1960s film Blow-Up, directed by the late Michelangelo Antonioni
Rana Mitter explores advertising at war in a new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum.
Isabel Hilton with a review of the Royal Opera House's performance of Wagner's Ring cycle.
Matthew Sweet asks if dialogue is overrated, 80 years after the first talkie film.