Lauren Elkin, Lisa Appignanesi and Ben Moser on Susan Sontag's 1966 essay collection. Read more
Landmark: Susan Sontag's Against Interpretation
Lauren Elkin, Lisa Appignanesi and Ben Moser on Susan Sontag's 1966 essay collection.
Back to the '80s
Alexei Sayle and Adam Mars Jones join Matthew Sweet to revisit '80s film, tv and music
Comedian Sofie Hagen, Colombian novelist Héctor Abad & Isabel Hardman join Shahidha Bari.
Surveillance, Conspiracy, and Secrets from the Archives
Matthew Sweet on surveillance capitalism, The Third Man, and Stieg Larsson's obsessions
From The Spains to LatinX
Rana Mitter talks to Jason Webster, Ed Morales, Iain Sinclair and Iwona Blazwick.
New Thinking: Places of Poetry & The Colonial Countryside Project
Incl a Welsh castle w/ more Mughal Art than India's National Museum - a new UK poem map
Rebecca Solnit, Truth, National Poetry Day.
Who holds the power? The US activist and author Rebecca Solnit talks to Shahidha Bari.
The Frieze Masters Free Thinking Conversation about Art
Michael Govan Director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art talks art with Philip Dodd
Modern Dutch Writing
Laurence Scott looks at the way Dutch writers are addressing history & contemporary life
Myth making, satire and Caryl Churchill
Monsters and myths in the art of Gerald Scarfe and Kiki Smith + Caryl Churchill's plays.
East Meets West
Orientalism now with Fatima Bhutto, Ziauddin Sardar, Tom Holland, and artist Inci Eviner.
2019 Booker Prize, The Power of Ancient Artefacts
Prehistory with Mike Pitts & Renee So, plus Alex Clark & Tinuke Craig
The Woolly Episode
From Sean the Sheep & Damien Hirst, to a knitted bikini.
Matthew Sweet on Chaplin's 1941 film and rising populism today.
Being Black Brown and British
Mobeen Azhar and Reece Parkinson come together to discuss Black History Month.
Sarah Brett with late night discussion on the issues and stories that matter to you.
A new MoMA
Follow staff at New York’s Museum of Modern Art as they rehang their entire collection
A new MoMA - re-opening the Museum of Modern Art
Following staff at New York’s MOMA as they prepare new galleries & rehang the collection
The Way I See It: Jason Moran and Piet Mondrian
Jazz pianist & composer Jason Moran shares his view of Mondrian's Broadway Boogie Woogie.