Matthew Sweet introduces a selection of music for films inspired by the human brain.
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A profile of Ye Amphibious Ancients, the oldest open-water swimming club in Scotland.
1/10 Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough on the power battles between Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings. (R)
Andrew Hussey celebrates the life and work of French writer and philosopher Albert Camus. (R)
3/10 New Generation Thinker Fern Riddell discusses women's rights activist Annie Besant. (R)
9/10 Rebecca Steinfeld investigates the place of religious traditions involving genital cutting (R)
4/10 John Gallagher on how 16th and 17th-century global travellers shaped English speech. (R)
Sam Dastor reads Graham Swift's short story Saving Grace.
1/2 Michael Goldfarb learns about the real lives of Buddha, Confucius, Thales and Pythagoras. (R)
5/10 Jules Evans explores rationalists' suspicions about states of high elation. (R)