Daniel Trilling is the Editor of New Humanist magazine. He was formerly an Assistant Editor at the New Statesman.

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Books
29 May 2008
The setting of the Calabash International Literary Festival in Jamaica was idyllic, the content less so. On the second...
22 May 2008
1 Does art make a difference? Nicholas: Art always belongs to the people, especially the poor. A long time...
Politics
08 May 2008
1 In March 1968, you were at the front of the anti-Vietnam demo outside the US embassy in Grosvenor Square. In spring...
UK Politics
08 May 2008
"I was here 30 years ago, mate," said the punk in the pinstriped pork-pie hat who was standing in front of me in the...
UK Politics
24 April 2008
Given the amount of big money involved in film, you'd think that the story of on-screen strikes has been one of wealthy...
UK Politics
17 April 2008
Spring has arrived, daylight is no longer something that just slips teasingly past your office window, and Radio 4 has...
Culture
10 April 2008
Truly, 1978 was a time like no other - at least according to the men of a certain age who fanned out across the BBC...
TV and Radio
19 March 2008
"A spectre is haunting you." So went one of the jumbled thoughts running through the brain of Jack, a retired tailor...
Music and Performance
13 March 2008
"Reggae is vile," the former Smiths singer Morrissey once infamously declared. The principal character in Tippa Irie's...
Film
06 March 2008
Harmony Korine is no longer a hip young thing. Ambling across the hotel lobby comes a man in his mid-thirties, dressed...
UK Politics
28 February 2008
Quick, pass the Kleenex. There has been an outbreak of contrition among our elected representatives. And not for such...
Books
31 January 2008
Crocodiles and obelisks, aside frombeing ancient symbols of empire, are colloquial terms (in Italy and Russia,...
Culture
24 January 2008
Most pop music announces itself brashly, so it is always intriguing to come across an album that refuses to play the...
Music and Performance
08 November 2007
Imagine that you are the government of a former Soviet republic with a history of violent civil conflict, trying to...
Books
13 September 2007
Have our cities been robbed of their mystery? Has the London night, once a grotesque, chaotic place populated by...

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