Culture
30 July 2009
Atheist comedy
Economics
16 April 2009
The City is supposed to be cowering in disgrace and shame, rudely awakened to the real world as angry G20 protesters...
UK Politics
05 February 2009
When Susan Smith wants to check the date her son Phillip Hewitt joined the army, she reaches for his oath of allegiance...
TV and Radio
08 January 2009
When Ed Burns and David Simon finished writing The Wire they could have taken any job they wanted in Hollywood. Over...
Politics
07 August 2008
As you hunker down for the last few days of the Camp for Climate Action, discussing how to force your way into...
UK Politics
29 May 2008
Two different lives - same looming crisis. Damien Core, 20, is a student from Kent, studying biology. Lisa Rice, 22,...
Politics
10 April 2008
Many Hollywood actors like to sound off about politics. But few have been at the sharp end of it quite like Donald...
Society
14 February 2008
Michael Chopra is having a bad season. The Sun derland striker has scored only three goals in the Premier League since...
UK Politics
07 February 2008
"The first thing is, I don't feel like I'm old," says Martin Skelton, 59, a former teacher from Brigh ton who now runs...
Culture
31 January 2008
The strongest scene in Nick Broomfield's latest film, Battle for Haditha, shows a US marine breaking down as the...
UK Politics
25 October 2007
Judy Arnold is a retired teacher. She went on the third Aldermaston march in 1960 and just about every subsequent CND...
Human Rights
18 October 2007
Riz Ahmed is being very careful at the moment. He is young, good-looking and a fast-rising actor, appearing in...
International Politics
04 October 2007
Your starter for ten: which US TV show most outraged the Republican right over immigration last year, with bloggers...
Culture
30 August 2007
The current thinking has it that Spike Lee has mellowed. This, after all, is the man who once argued so much with an...
Ideas
19 July 2007
Remember that lesbian kiss on Brookside? And the first episode of the groundbreaking gay drama Queer as Folk? There was...

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