Carlo Gébler, son of Edna O’Brien, asks why the children of writers often become writers. Read more
The Apple and the Tree
Carlo Gébler, son of Edna O’Brien, asks why the children of writers often become writers.
Margaret Fay Shaw's Hebridean Odyssey
An exploration of the life and work of the remarkable American Gaelic folk song collector.
The Aphorism Now - Failing with Style
New Generation Thinker Dr Noreen Masud examines the 21st-century health of the aphorism.
John Foulds - Life, Death and Resurrection
Simon Heffer explores the innovative world of John Foulds, a forgotten genius.
Errollyn Wallen unravels the story of classical music across the British Commonwealth.
Dr Islam Issa contemplates the social and cultural significance of the Balcony.