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Amitav Ghosh on linking refugees, climate change, Venice & Bengali forests in his fiction
Language and Belonging
With Guy Gunaratne, Dina Nayeri, Michael Rosen, Momtaza Mehri and Deena Mohamed.
Russia and Fear.
Rana Mitter considers fearing Russia past and present with Mark B Smith & Tamar Koplatadze
Reinventing the 'Mistake on the Lake'.
Philip Dodd visits the US rust-belt city of Cleveland.
Landmark: Iris Murdoch's The Sovereignty of Good
Matthew Sweet and guests on Iris Murdoch's thought and writing 100 years on from her birth
Caine Prize, Ivo van Hove, Female desire
Shahidha Bari looks at staging Ayn Rand's ideas and meets the 2019 Caine Prize winner.
An insider's view of war
Ex-marine and journalist Elliot Ackerman on al-Qaeda and the Iraq War.
Camille Paglia in conversation with Philip Dodd about free speech and feminism.
New angles on post-war Germany and Austria
Anne McElvoy with Florian Huber, Sophie Hardach, Adam Scovell and Tom Smith
Book Parts and Difficulty
Matthew Sweet looks at frontispieces, titles and marginalia, and hard texts.
Philip Dodd is in conversation with American author James Ellroy.
Tolerance, censorship and free speech
Susan Neiman, Ursula Owen and Christopher Hampton join Anne McElvoy.
Monty Python's Flying Circus
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Don Wales, Sir Malcolm Campbell’s grandson, talks about his own UK and world speed records
Shaun Ryder Dr Ruth Westheimer, Author Alison Craig and Callum Beattie (live in session)
Edinburgh singer-songwriter Callum Beattie is live in session.
Carrie Gracie, Laura Kuenssberg and Sam Fender
Carrie discusses her book, Laura talks Brexit and Sam's released his debut album.
Shaun Ryder Interview