From moral questions to the quirks & pleasures of life: Discrimination; Death Rituals; What Nietszche teaches us; Witches & Woodlands; Spookiness; The Joy of Sewing; Kids Fiction
What is the role of artists in shaping our understanding of history by commemorating war?
Democracy and dissent in Hong Kong and the USA. Are confrontational politics here to stay?
From the most private space to office: Matthew Sweet, Tiffany Watt Smith and Fern Riddell.
Des Fitzgerald with projects that use films and books to rethink how we approach health.
Anne McElvoy talks to Edmund Fawcett about conflicts within Conservatism.
Matthew Sweet asks biographer Peter Salmon about Derrida's influence today
Matthew Sweet and guests on how Covid has changed our cities.
From Enlightenment conscience to New Deal USA to carers and refugees. Anne McElvoy hosts
A director, event programmer and theatre & dance historians on making work without a crowd
What objects do we value most and what do we give away to charity shops?
Rutger Bregman tells Anne McElvoy why survival of the fittest needs rethinking as an idea.
Naomi Paxton looks at new research into the effectiveness of the UK act passed in 2015.
Bertie Carvel & Roy Alexander Weise are amongst Anne McElvoy's guests
From building shelters to the language we use to discuss displacement we hear new research
Anne McElvoy looks at gambling and at lessons from past US presidents.
Discussion ahead of the European Day of Languages and International Translation Day.
How philosophy helps us understand the world reshaped by Covid-19. Shahidha Bari presents.
From a Mesopotamian game to Scrabble, Shahidha Bari discusses competition and gaming.
Sunil Gupta, CN Lester, Tom Shakespeare & Alona Pardo with Matthew Sweet
Mark Honigsbaum, Lisa Mullen, Riel Miller, Sarah Dillon & Rupert Read with Matthew Sweet
Matthew Sweet talks to John Dupré , Mark Honigsbaum, Lisa Mullen & Matt Adams
Shahidha Bari and Laurence Scott explore our perceived obsession with the self.
Does emotion have any place in relationships with patients in a more open age?
An adman, VR creator, gamer, psychologist and Shahidha Bari at the Free Thinking Festival.