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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.
Jane Goodall: “I don't think anyone who knows me could accuse me of plagiarism”
- 01 April
The world-famous naturalist.
Kylie Minogue: “It’s not right if you’re a woman who enjoys expressing her sexuality pretending you’re not sexual”
- 27 March
The pop princess.
Brody Dalle: the return of tough, surly female singers
- 13 March
Riot mom and rock wife.
Melvyn Bragg, the nation’s schoolmaster
- 13 March
The nation's schoolmaster.
Judy Murray talks to Alex Salmond: “When Andy lost the Wimbledon final, I knew how he was hurting”
- 01 March
Alex Salmond interviews Judy Murray.
The voice of the Iron Lady: how hard is it to imitate Margaret Thatcher?
- 27 February
The man behind Spitting Image's Maggie.
From the magazine
Tom Watson interview: The lone hunter
Commons Confidential: Tories got no soles
Why does nothing last? The Men Who Made Us Spend on BBC2
How my literary life became an ever-lengthening index of people to avoid
Our Stalinist revision of the Eighties continues at my son’s school disco. The Nineties are next
The deep state: data surveillance is about power, not safety
Filling the gaps: Outlook on the World Service
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