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Elif Shafak: Strength is our ability to accept and deal with our weaknesses
- 22 August
On motherhood and writing.
Yael Farber: “I find it very deadening not to be engaging with things that are difficult or emotional”
- 21 August
An interview with the director of Nirbhaya, a new play about the Delhi rape case that shocked the world.
Katie Roiphe interview: "There is a lot of unexamined feminist outrage against other women"
- 25 July
Helen Lewis talks to Katie Roiphe.
Mamphela Ramphele: ‘‘Mandela said: never accept anyone telling you one sole organisation is the author of this freedom’’
Nana Yaa Mensah
- 24 July
On Nelson Mandela.
Haifa al-Mansour: "In Saudi Arabia, any woman voicing her opinion will be seen as controversial"
- 17 July
A film about embracing hope.
Stuart Wheeler, Ukip's paymaster, on Tories he fancies poaching, Boris and the danger of Farage overdose
- 12 July
Eric Joyce on Unite in Falkirk, life in the Westminster wilderness and "the whacking"
- 11 July
Caroline Crampton interviews Eric Joyce MP.
Jacob Hacker: Ed Miliband’s wonkish pin-up
- 11 July
Meet Mr Predistribution.
Colum McCann: "What could be worse than being called a historical novelist?"
- 04 July
The Books Interview.
Alex Salmond: “This is the phoney war. This is not the campaign”
- 25 June
An interview with the First Minister.
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Digital revolution: how technology has changed what it means to be an artist
Leader: Without a two-state solution, Israel is set on a course of war
Labour leads on health, but it has to be clear that money for the NHS will lead to cuts elsewhere
It has been the World Cup of the individual, but Germany showed us the power of the team game
The play’s the thing: Peter Greenaway’s Goltzius and the Pelican Company
In Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, time fades away
Fingers on buzzers! University Challenge: Class of 2014
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