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The broadcaster talks Sri Lanka, Kate Raworth’s Doughnut Economics, and driverless cars.
The founder of Glastonbury Festival talks Harold Macmillan, Paul McCartney, and the best speech ever delivered on the Pyramid Stage.
The former governor of the Bank of England on remembering rationing, the bionic eye and "Soul Limbo".
The historian talks BoJack Horseman, the problematic 19th-century actor Edmund Kean, and John Bew's Citizen Clem.
The Booker-longlisted novelist on Nigeria, Law & Order and the Bible
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The comedian talks The Young Ones, John Smith, and The Biology of Desire: Why Addiction is Not a Disease.
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The novelist on what she's missing in lockdown, Angela Davis and Arundhati Roy, and our everyday heroes.
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