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David Livingstone’s life and death in Africa helped mould the Victorian missionary myth of exploration and sparked the Scramble for Africa. Yet he was never a typical imperialist and he left a powerfully charitable legacy.
The meaning and power of love.
Peter Wilby's "First Thoughts" column.
Why is our home-grown drama so fixated on the past?
Listening on a loop.
Stations of the cross.
Colin Tudge says we may discover that horse-flavoured “beefburgers” were a scam — but far more dangerous are the big health threats posed by intensive farming. He urges us to take matters into our hands.
We weren't just watching it on television in the 1970s - we were living it, too.
I was present for the author's so-called "attack" on the Duchess of Cambridge. It was nothing of the sort.
Nicholas Lezard's "Down and Out" column.
Will Self's "Madness of Crowds" column.
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