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Male Grooming - Past and Present
New Generation Thinkers test their theories in the real world.
Should Feminists Read Baudelaire?
Michèle Roberts assesses the reputation of the French poet 200 years after his birth.
Soumik Datta explores what’s become of the country's empty music venues.
Fluxus - 60 Years and Not Counting
Paul Morley celebrates an irreverent art movement.
Riding the Waves
Artists dive deep beneath the waves of Virginia Woolf's inspirational novel.
Repeating Patterns in the Street Harassment of Women
Dr Rachel Hewitt explores repeating patterns in the street harassment of women.
The Kershaw Tapes
The Kershaw Tapes - Andy's Kitchen and On the Road in Africa
Andy Kershaw introduces rare recordings from his personal archive.
The Kershaw Tapes - Andy's Kitchen and On the Road in the Americas
More Kershaw Tapes
Andy Kershaw introduces more rare recordings from his personal archive.
Even more Kershaw Tapes
Clubbing after Lockdown
New Generation Thinker Tom Smith explores post-lockdown club culture and what's changed.
Regarding the Pain of Others
Allan Little addresses the gulf between the reality of war and our means to comprehend it.
Archives in the Culture Wars
Tom Charlton explores how his academic career as a historian fits into the ‘culture wars’.
The Puppet's Gaze
Noreen Masud reflects on what the puppet's gaze can give that the human gaze cannot.
Revelations, new poems and music from composer Ivor Gurney’s lost years in an asylum