Naomi Paxton on the movement for a women's theatre from the 1890s to the start of WWI. Read more
A Theatre of Their Own
Naomi Paxton on the movement for a women's theatre from the 1890s to the start of WWI.
Shakespeare and India
Preti Taneja explores the politics of language and its impact on Indian literature.
The Spin Doctors of 19th-Century America
Joanna Cohen compares 19th-century attitudes to American politicians with those of today.
Antarctica: Testing Ground for the Human Species
Rana Mitter considers the lure of Antarctica for our imaginations and for explorers.
Knowing Your Characters: David Greig and Siobhan Redmond in Conversation
Siobhan Redmond and David Greig discuss drama and how much one has to know about a play.
Happy Talk: Beatrix Campbell, Vincent Deary and Paul Dolan
Rana Mitter and a panel consider 'how much self-knowledge do we need to be happy?'.
The Cost of Free Information
Rana Mitter hosts a debate asking if the internet can make knowledge open to all.
Fear or Wonder: Everything Under the Moon
Have science fiction and space travel changed people's relationship with the world?
Jack Whitehall, Guilt, and remembering Charles Jencks
Grant Stott speaks to comedians Jack Whitehall and Mark Watson.
Comedian Jack Whitehall tells Grant Stott about his upcoming stand-up tour.
Lisa Jewell and Aditya Chakrabortty
Lisa Jewell and Aditya Chakrabortty talk all about books with Harriett Gilbert.
Dani Dyer: Living Your Best Life
Dani Dyer spills the tea on relationship red flags and growing up with a famous dad.
Joy Labinjo, By The Grace of God reviewed, Alastair Sooke, Actors doing other jobs
Artist Joy Labinjo on her paintings inspired by photos and Francois Ozon's film reviewed.