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Douglas Carswell, David Runciman, Eliane Glaser and Lynsey Hanley on elites.
Rana Mitter on science and art on show at Liverpool's Fact and what we mean by 'weird'.
Anne McElvoy on Robert Icke's version of Mary Stuart and the last novel from Gunter Grass.
Author Zadie Smith talks about dance, depicting teenage friends and US/UK differences.
Alun Withey on beards, Josh Appignanesi and Devorah Baum on fatherhood. With Matthew Sweet
Matthew Sweet visits the London Survey, Kew, a cemetary and a hut used by Anzac soldiers.
With a profile of writer Vernon Lee, what it means to lie and popular ideas of the 'coma'.
From Fact in Liverpool, Rana Mitter and guests debate mermaids, robots, humans and animals
Graphic novelist Art Spiegelman and jazz composer Phillip Johnston on their collaboration.
Bernardine Evaristo, Keith Piper, Miranda Kaufmann and Kehinde Andrews on black Britain.