Howard Jacobson takes a wry view of life under lockdown. Read more
I Like It Here
Howard Jacobson takes a wry view of life under lockdown.
David Goodhart examines our changing attitudes to authority.
The end of university as we know it?
Mary Beard asks: Has the iconic university lecture had its day?
A Word of Advice
Zia Haider Rahman reflects on the comment "If you don't like it here you can always leave"
Why Black Lives Matter
Bernardine Evaristo discusses how we historicise the past
Coronavirus and Convention
Adam Gopnik discusses how the pandemic is bringing out our most conventional behaviours.
Legacy Bottle Opener
Will Self discusses how the pandemic has affected our views of inheritance.
A Hazy Shade of Winter
Rebecca Stott tells the story of 536 AD - the year the sun 'disappeared'.
The Big Benefits of Smallness
Linda Colley on why being a small nation can be an advantage.
Gender in the Blender
Bernardine Evaristo reflects on changing attitudes to gender.
The End of Progress?
Will Self reflects on how the pandemic could affect our perception of human progress.
Tolerance: the Unfashionable Virtue
John Gray discusses why he believes liberals are turning their backs on tolerance.
A Fine Line
Adam Gopnik on why, during the pandemic, there's a fine line between clever... and stupid.
Michael Morpurgo questions whether we are educating our children or programming them.
Having the 'Wrong' Politics
Zoe Strimpel discusses growing divides between our social groupings.
Conspiracy Theories and a Good Hair Cut
Sarah Dunant on QAnon... and conversations with her hairdresser.