The Goldsmiths Prize shortlisted author discusses the value of risk, the challenge of proportion, and the role of builders in contemporary thought.
Eventually, we will have to recognise that it is not “nature” that we need to protect, but ourselves.
Does culture exist in a vacuum? This “love letter to creative thievery” would suggest not.
There is an important and necessary book waiting to be written on this subject – but this isn't it.
This book paints a wonderfully accurate picture – sometimes painfully so – of the inner workings of the BBC: its high hopes and petty jealousies, its triumphs and disasters.
Politics, marriage, and identity.
Though they are rarely operational these days, lighthouses remain culturally powerful and maintain a strong hold on the imagination.
This week’s episode comes from Latitude festival in Suffolk. Plus, we talk about the controversial To Kill a Mockingbird sequel, Go Set a Watchman, and the Showtime series Masters of Sex.
Jukebox shows are beginning to dominate the West End.
The real revelation of the evening was the BBC National Chorus of Wales - it's a shame we won't be hearing from them again this season.
Just before the opening of her new show, "I Think Therefore I #", the artist Celina Teague talks about the difficulty of producing political art, and the effect that social media has on the way we absorb news.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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