5/5 Writer Michael Goldfarb on why 'perfect freedom' is to be found in unexpected places.
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4/5 Richard Rai O'Neill reflects on the Romany philosophy of freedom.
3/5 Ukrainian novelist Andrei Kourkov reflects on the meaning of freedom in his home country.
2/5 Benjamin Markovits considers the freedom of the immigrant in Britain today.
1/5 Kamila Shamsie asks if a writer must travel in order to unleash their imagination.
5/5 Laura Piacentini on how Russia's prisons provide insights into our growing jail population
4/5 Rebecca Cassidy looks at the social life of betting shops and doing anthropology 'at home'
3/5 Adam Kuper asks to what extent are we still influenced by our own culture.
2/5 Prof John Gledhill discusses the responsibilities of anthropologists in the field.
1/5 Prof Maurice Bloch reflects on his work in Madagascar with Malagasy villagers.
5/5 Adam Thorpe on pride and how it can switch between being a valuable and corrosive feeling.
4/5 Novelist Naomi Alderman discusses bitterness and how we are all prey to it.
3/5 Playwright John Godber discusses what courage means to him and his family.
2/5 Novelist Meg Rosoff asks what, if anything, is wrong with being ambitious.
1/5 Richard Mabey considers how looking at nature can be a way to cope with loss.
5/5 Roberto Trotta asks what 'dark energy' might reveal about mankind's place in the universe.
4/5 Zoe Drayson on the 'embodied' mind and the role of the body in intelligent behaviour.
3/5 Charles Fernyhough looks at developmental psychology and the study of children's language.
2/5 Mathematician Colva Roney-Dougal considers chaos, risk and the global credit crisis.
1/5 Amira Bennison of Cambridge University discusses Islamic history and globalisation.