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These highly educated boys, with their Greek and their Latin. How come they can’t find the right words now?
Turning your “coming out” into an implied brag about your IQ without a doubt qualifies as “being a dick”.
The BBC Philharmonic orchestra will roll out their new web app Notes on Saturday, hoping to attract a new crowd to their concerts.
Plus, Thomas Cook in trouble, Brexit negotiations continue, a stalled sugar tax report and a fake severed head at the Mercury Prize.
A one-room police detective drama is being released simultaneously for British, French, German and Spanish audiences.
She was the frontwoman that powered Alabama Shakes to international success. Now, she’s taking a risk on her first solo album, Jaime.
With a straitened budget and indifferent political leaders, the BBC's flagship news show faces a challenge to remain relevant.
From Mussolini to Papa Doc Duvalier, how image and theatre give tyrants their power.
Christianity is dismissed as a fairy tale but its assumptions underpin the modern secular world.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
Was the most recognisable writer of her generation little more than a high-class intellectual con-artist?
The modern Chinese state claims to have always been one state with immutable borders – despite its many languages and cultures, and a Great Wall that is now in the middle of the country.