Former UK judge Jonathan Sumption on the relationship between law and politics
Law’s expanding empire
In praise of politics
Human rights and wrongs
The concepts of human rights have a long history but should judges or parliament decide?
Rights and the ideal constitution
Which rights should be put beyond democratic choice and addressed via the courts?
Shifting the foundations
Former UK judge Jonathan Sumption on how to restore faith in democracy
30 Days to the Open, 400 years of the Derry Walls, and a Million Electric Cars
The Well-groomed Georgian
Alun Withey on what made 18th-century men shave off centuries of manly growth
Captain Corelli's Mandolin, Catch-22, and the man who shaped Britpop
Janice Forsyth speaks to the publicist and writer described as the mastermind of Britpop.
Cathy Newman and Jeffery Deaver
Cathy Newman and Jeffery Deaver discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.