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Short thought-provoking talks with a personal dimension.
James Friel defends the values and virtues of the single life.
Poet Musa Okwonga explores the downside of living a life on Twitter and Facebook.
David Bainbridge sees the evolution of middle age as central to our species' success.
Author Anthony McGowan thinks we should see ourselves as villains, not heroes.
Writer Joe Dunthorne asks what we can all learn from rock gigs about living together.
Christina Patterson says we should stop making excuses for bad nursing.
Russell M Davies says the next revolution will unleash individual creativity.
Christie Watson asks if there are some things worse than death for some very ill children.
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