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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.
Landmark: Susan Sontag's Against Interpretation.
Lauren Elkin, Lisa Appignanesi and Ben Moser debate Susan Sontag's life and ideas.
Back to the '80s
From Stranger Things to Stephen King's It - Matthew Sweet and guests revisit '80s culture.
Surveillance and Secrets from the Archives
Matthew Sweet on surveillance capitalism, The Third Man and Stieg Larsson's archive.
Comedian Sofie Hagen, Colombian novelist Héctor Abad & Isabel Hardman join Shahidha Bari.
Myth making, satire and Caryl Churchill
Interviews w/ illustrator Gerald Scarfe & artist Kiki Smith+ Caryl Churchill's new plays.
Anne McElvoy talks to Mark Haddon about his career and latest novel The Porpoise.
From the Spains to Latinx, including Iain Sinclair's Peruvian Journey
Rana Mitter talks to Jason Webster, Ed Morales, Iain Sinclair and Iwona Blazwick.
Rebecca Solnit, Truth, National Poetry Day
Who holds the power? US activist and author Rebecca Solnit talks to Shahidha Bari.
The Frieze Masters Free Thinking Conversation about Art
Director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Michael Govan talks art with Philip Dodd.
Modern Dutch Writing
Laurence Scott looks at the way Dutch writers are addressing history and contemporary life
East Meets West
Historian Tom Holland, critic Fatima Bhutto, Ziauddin Sardar, and artist Inci Eviner.
2019 Booker Prize, The Power of Ancient Artefacts
Anne McElvoy talks prehistory with archaeologist Mike Pitts and artist Renee So.
The Woolly episode.
From Sean the Sheep & Damien Hirst to clothiers & a knitted bikini. Shahida Bari presents.
Matthew Sweet and guests on Chaplin's 1941 film, The Great Dictator, and rising populism.
Zoroastrian dating, Fatima Bhutto & podcast hosts Faara Masud and Rahat Siddique
Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Wynne chats to the 79-year-old who's spent decades helping families in need.
News, views, issues and culture from across the north west of Northern Ireland.
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.