Anne McElvoy talks prehistory with archaeologist Mike Pitts and artist Renee So. Read more
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.
The 2019 Frieze Free Thinking Museums Debate
Museum directors from Asia and France join Anne McElvoy and an audience at RIBA.
What to Believe
Rana Mitter and guests look at the history of atheism and morality.
Landmark: The Yorkshire Feminist Winifred Holtby
Matthew Sweet is joined by Rachel Reeves MP, Jane Thomas and Katie Cooper in Hull.
Writing Real Life from Brexit to Grenfell
Ali Smith, Jay Bernard and James Graham join Matthew Sweet at the British Library.
Cars, Parking and Motorways.
A discussion reflecting on automobiles, AI and the 60th anniversary of the M1 motorway.
Halloween. Ghost Stories
Haunting stories with Kirsty Logan, Jeremy Dyson and host Shahidha Bari.
Matthew Sweet celebrates the classic TV sci-fi series with Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat.
The changing image of masculinity
Writers Ben Lerner, JJ Bola and Derek Owusu on images of masculinity in fiction and life.
The 2019 Free Thinking Imperial War Museum Remembrance Debate
Carrie Reichardt, Peter Bazalgette, Zahed Tajeddin and Rebecca Newell with Anne McElvoy.
Weimar and the Subversion of Cabaret Culture
Le Gateau Chocolat, Lucy McCormick and Gaylene Gould with Matthew Sweet at the Barbican.
Why We Need New News: Being Human Festival Research
Shahidha Bari looks at news past and present from hangings to updating TV news bulletins.
Being Human: Love Stories
New research taking love stories out of the vaults and into the gay bar.
Are the arts saving Margate?
Philip Dodd finds out about the Turner Contemporary’s impact. Plus writer Maggie Gee.
George Eliot's Mill on the Floss
Rebecca Mead, Fiona Shaw, Philip Davis, Dafydd Daniel & Peggy Reynolds with Shahidha Bari.
Harriet, Les Misérables and social realist films, risk in publishing, street art
Slave abolitionist Harriet Tubman's story makes it to the big screen, we review.
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The Legacy of the Trojan War
Why do the legendary walls of a Bronze Age city still cast such a long shadow?