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

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Culture
06 September 2007
"Woman's Hour? I live by that programme." That was the surprising, but not uncommon, reaction of one male friend when I...
Music and Performance
23 August 2007
Set against the current crop of British pop stars, the Sri Lankan-British rapper MIA (real name Mathangi Arulpragasam)...
Music and Performance
02 August 2007
It's a sunny evening on the banks of the River Neva in St Petersburg. In the grounds of the Peter and Paul Fortress, a...
Music and Performance
26 July 2007
None of my friends wanted to come with me to the mid-July heavy metal symposium at the New Art Gallery in Walsall. The...
Books
05 July 2007
In April 2006, Italian police captured a 73-year-old man they found hiding in a run-down farmhouse outside the Sicilian...
TV and Radio
28 June 2007
Somewhere in a far-away galaxy, there is a tiny pink planet. On that tiny pink planet, there are millions of eggs, and...
Culture
21 June 2007
If you're going to make a documentary about working-class heroes, there's probably no better way to set things rolling...
Books
14 June 2007
Reading his poem "The Cinnamon Peeler" at the 2007 Calabash International Literary Festival in Jamaica, the novelist...
Culture
07 June 2007
When was the last time you read a tabloid scare story about the evils of rap music? Last year, when David Cameron...
Books
04 June 2007
"People's memories are the fuel they burn to stay alive," says a character in Haruki Murakami's After Dark. "...
Books
14 May 2007
If, as happened to one unfortunate couple, your darling little daughter were to advertise her house party on the...
Music and Performance
30 April 2007
I'm standing in the Luminaire, one of London's nicer fleapit gig venues, as an American band called Yellow Swans takes...
Film
09 April 2007
"I think the French are diseased," says the director Bruno Dumont, taking a drag on the fourth or fifth cigarette he...
Culture
26 March 2007
Louise Hopkins is a Glasgow-based painter. Instead of using a blank canvas, she paints directly on to familiar items...
Books
12 March 2007
"This doesn't look like a book, it doesn't read like a book," proclaims an anonymous quote on the front of Ziv Navoth's...

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