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Sourdough start-ups: the politics of the bread world
- 23 May
There are few limits to the passion that sourdough can excite.
Ken Livingstone: “Boris is a lazy tosser who just wants to be there”
- 30 April
The politics interview.
Clive James on poetry, family and illness: “I’m a bit terrified, this really is the mark of the end”
- 28 April
On poetry, family and illness.
Hilary Mantel: “I do think the level of public debate is debased”
- 21 April
Being a woman in the public eye.
H G Wells: “It seems to me that I am more to the Left than you, Mr Stalin”
H G Wells
- 18 April
The writer meets Stalin, 1934.
Lukas Moodysson, the Swedish director back from the dead
- 18 April
Merriment and melancholia.
Jimmy Carter: “William Hague is a hero of mine”
- 17 April
Coffee with the former US president.
Janet Mock: “Who will ever love you if you tell the truth?”
- 16 April
Race, gender, writing and the media.
Mr Knowledge: Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales
- 10 April
What Star Trek can teach us about democracy.
Kimberlé Crenshaw on intersectionality: “I wanted to come up with an everyday metaphor that anyone could use”
- 02 April
How race and gender interact.
From the magazine
On intervention in Iraq
History gives the Tories the confidence they can beat Labour, but do the old rules still apply?
The beautiful and damned: the vertiginous life and art of Tenessee Williams
Why do our politicians seem so diminished?
Is this the perfect radio series? On Germany: Memories of a Nation
David Mitchell, the master builder
The dark, ripe smell of a summer’s end
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