Spies like us
By Maurice Walsh - 06 August 13:00

Brits: the war against the IRA

Peter Taylor <em>Bloomsbury, 446pp, £20</em>

ISBN 0747550077

Bulgarian heroes
By Dan Jacobson - 30 July 13:00

The Fragility of Goodness: why Bulgaria's Jews survived the Holocaust

Tzvetan Todorov <em>Weidenfe

Blood suckers
By Michael Barrett - 30 July 13:00

Mosquito: the story of mankind's deadliest foe

Andrew Spielman and Michael D'Antonio <em>Faber and

Paperback reader
By Natalie Brierley - 30 July 13:00

Coloured Lights

Leila Aboulela <em>Polygon, 149pp, £8.99</em>

ISBN 0748662987

Upwardly mobile
By Richard Gott - 30 July 13:00

The Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes

Jonathan Rose <em>Yale University Press, 538p

Novel of the week
By Ruth Scurr - 30 July 13:00

Bel Canto

Ann Pratchett <em>Forth Estate, 318pp, £10</em>

ISBN 1841155829

Affairs of the heart
By Margaret Stead - 30 July 13:00

Summerland

Malcolm Knox <em>Picador, 256pp, £12.99</em>

ISBN 0330486780

Commentary - Death by a thousand cuts
By Adam Newey - 23 July 13:00

What is killing poetry? The indifference of publishers or the public?

Bridget Jones with blow jobs
By Jason Cowley - 23 July 13:00

Jason Cowley on Wei Hui, whose novel has been banned and burned in China for being too sexually expl

Paperback reader
By Graham Bendel - 23 July 13:00

England's Dreaming

Jon Savage <em>Faber and Faber, 632pp, £14.99</em>

ISBN 0571207448

The evolution will be televised
By Mike Bracken - 23 July 13:00

<em>New Statesman & BT New Media Awards 2001</em> - Digital TV offers big opportunities for e-democr

Novel of the week
By Zoe Williams - 23 July 13:00

To Hell in a Handcart

Richard Littlejohn <em>HarperCollins, 426pp, £5.99</em>

ISBN 0007106130

The sympathy vote
By Mike Bracken - 23 July 13:00

<em>New Statesman & BT New Media Awards 2001</em> - If our policymakers are to lead us into the digi

No more heroes
By George Lucas - 23 July 13:00

Left Book Club Anthology

Edited by Paul Laity<em> Victor Gollancz, 254pp, £20</em>

ISBN 05750722

Bring everybody into the web
By Natalie Brierley - 23 July 13:00

<em>New Statesman & BT New Media Awards 2001</em>

Melancholy overcome
By Carole Angier - 23 July 13:00

The Search for Roots: a personal anthology

Primo Levi, edited by Peter Forbes <em>Allen Lane, The

Paperback reader
By Jason Cowley - 16 July 13:00

Black Cat

Martyn Bedford <em>Penguin, 232pp, £5.99 </em>

ISBN 014027289

Left with the dregs
By Nicholas Blincoe - 16 July 13:00

England Calling

Edited by Julia Bell and Jackie Gay <em>Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 318pp, £12.99</em>

The inner lumberjack
By Adam Newey - 16 July 13:00

Landscape With Chainsaw

James Lasdun <em>Cape Poetry, 52pp, £8</em>

ISBN 0224061070

Novel of the week
By Matthew Jennings - 16 July 13:00

Rescue Me

Christopher Hart <em>Faber, 232pp, £9.99</em>

ISBN 0571206255

She never said it
By Michele Roberts - 16 July 13:00

Marie Antoinette: the journey

Antonia Fraser <em>Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 448pp, £25</em>

ISBN 029

The Tour must go on
By Henry Sheen - 16 July 13:00

Breaking the Chain: drugs and cycling - the true story

Willy Voet, translated by William Fothering

The return of Essex Man
By Hugo Barnacle - 16 July 13:00

One For My Baby

Tony Parsons <em>HarperCollins, 330pp, £15.99</em>

ISBN 0002261820

Nerve ends and neuroses
By Veronica Groocock - 09 July 13:00

Dusty Springfield: a life in music

Edward Leeson <em>Robson Books, 208pp, £16.95</em>

ISBN 18610

Novel of the week
By Martyn Bedford - 09 July 13:00

The Blue Tango

Eoin McNamee <em>Faber and Faber, 270pp, £10.99</em>

ISBN 0571207650

Disgraceful orgy
By Bee Wilson - 09 July 13:00

Gwen Raverat: friends, family and affections

Frances Spalding <em>Harvill Press, 438pp, £30</em>

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