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The NS Interview: Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw, physicists
In the first of a new occasional series on nature and landscape, Richard Mabey prepares for winter i
Until science proves the origin of the very first cells, many will wheel out God as the default expl
Alice Gribbin joins a secular congregation at prayer, and leaves with a warm glow.
The great polemicist is certain to be remembered, but perhaps not as he would like.
Stephen Fry, Martin Amis, Salman Rushdie, Sean Penn and others unite to celebrate Hitchens.
From using euphemisms such as “collateral damage” to faking orgasms, we practise deception all the t
Sacked by Cambridge University amid accusations of
heroin-dealing and terrorist links, he became t
This absurd building will be there long after the latest bunch of elected tossers has entirely faded
In the 1980s, Silicon Valley was populated by lefties and hippies who dreamed of a computer revoluti
Tim Berners-Lee could have been a billionaire if he had sold his invention, the World Wide Web. Inst
The last volume in Elias Canetti’s memoirs published in his lifetime pulls away from theorising abou
The Murdochs have been accused of ignoring what was happening at News International. Their “wilful b
Sachin Tendulkar, India’s “Little Master”, carries the hopes of a nation on his shoulders each time
Treating them as customers does nothing to prepare them for the world of work.
"Don't underestimate how far ideology has penetrated our daily lives," says Slavoj Žižek.
On the 70th anniversary of its devastation in the Blitz, Lambeth Palace opens its archives on a brav
Politics is riddled with sporting clichés. Yet often the metaphors they use are tired, unimaginative
Satire thrives on scandal, say Jonathan Lynn and Anthony Jay, writers of the 1980s sitcom Yes Mi
The discord between Sunnis and Shias dates back to the years immediately after the Prophet Muhammad’
The string theorist Brian Greene has grown from maths prodigy to physics iconoclast. Now he hopes to