Should we all be feminists?
Anne McElvoy is joined by Joan Smith and Laura Perrins. Read more
Anne McElvoy is joined by Joan Smith and Laura Perrins.
Can physical force and violence be politically justified?
Anne McElvoy and Gabrielle Rifkind are joined by Timothy Stanley and Mark Serwotka.
Is English Nationalism Toxic?
Anne McElvoy, with Gabrielle Rifkind, invites two opposed figures to listen to each other.
Is 'Victim Culture' an Obstacle to Justice?
Is Assisted Dying Morally Wrong?
Is Tax a Burden?
Should cultural artefacts be returned to their country of origin?
The return of the series that invites two opposed public figures to listen to each other.
Is the mainstream media a force for good in society?
Anne McElvoy invites Emma Tucker and Richard Seymour to explore each other's perspective.
Are referendums good for democracy?
Anne McElvoy invites Isabel Oakeshott and Matthew Parris to explore each other's views.
Is individualism a virtue?
Anne McElvoy invites Sarah Ditum and Kate Andrews to explore each other's perspective.
Does profit corrupt?
FT editor Lionel Barber and Blue Labour founder Lord Glasman debate profit and corruption.
Is Discipline the Enemy of Learning?
Katharine Birbalsingh and Dr Debra Kidd debate whether discipline is the enemy of learning
Does identity politics cause more problems than it solves?
Douglas Murray and Nesrine Malik debate, and ask each other about what drives their views.
Should politicians stop worrying about 'hard-working families'?
Ex-ministers Caroline Flint and Rory Stewart debate the focus on 'hard-working families'.
Does impartiality impede good journalism?
LBC presenter James O'Brien and ex-Head of BBC TV News Roger Mosey debate impartiality.
Do we need to learn to live with more risk?
Anne McElvoy invites those on opposing sides of political issues to listen to each other.
Are American approaches to combating racism worth trying in Britain?
Anne McElvoy invites figures on opposed sides of a political issue to listen to each other