By Jonathan Derbyshire - 23 January
Your book The Right Kind of History examines the teaching of history in English schools in the 20th
By Alice Gribbin - 19 January
Why choose to research sickle-cell disease?It has hardly been recognised from a public health
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 16 January
Your novel, The Art of Fielding - which is your first - was ten years in gestation. What took you
By Samira Shackle - 09 January
You're a well-known libertarian but had a communist phase . . .To say I had a communist stage would
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 09 January
Can you sum up the case for a conservative environmentalism that you make in your new book, Green
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 02 January
Why did you decide to return to Nigeria more than a decade after the execution of your father, Ken
By Anonymous - 02 January
The young man from the German Left Party is apologetic. "Malalai won't be able to meet you at
By Mehdi Hasan - 02 January
You are famous for pioneering microfinance. Can you explain what that is simply?It is credit given
By Samira Shackle - 12 December
Is it more important that clothes be wearable or that they be art?The two are equally important.
By Andrew Billen - 12 December
The Bard had a good 2011. Kevin Spacey's Richard III was a master of honed insincerity and, in his