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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.
Jane Goodall: “I don't think anyone who knows me could accuse me of plagiarism”
- 01 April
The world-famous naturalist.
From the magazine
Leader: Britain’s dismal drift towards Brexit
Growing old disgracefully: a deconstruction of death
Tracey Thorn: When I got the TV request, I thought: don’t you know who I think I am?
The boon of election debates, remembering the Brighton bomb, and a school inspector’s power
With love and squalor: Mike Leigh’s brand of realism is perfect for Turner
Strawberry Hill forever: Two presenters with a distinctly Gothic side
Tracey Emin and Steve McQueen: still paid-up members of the awkward art squad
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