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Anna Leszkiewicz is culture editor of the New Statesman.
NPR podcast No Compromise investigates the movements around gun control within America's far right.
Instead of a grumpy comic monologue, Futile Attempts is a bold mix of documentary, fiction and meta-satire.
A HBO series explores the investigation that finally brought the serial rapist and murderer to justice.
The Booker-shortlisted author's second novel captures the pull of an obsessive relationship.
In a new podcast, NYT journalist Chana Joffe-Walt – a nice, white parent herself – makes a powerful case that middle-class white people, who ostensibly believe in desegregation, reinforce racial divides in US schools.
Taylor Swift’s eighth studio album is her least radio-friendly work and her least autobiographical. But it is arguably her most intimate, too.
There is a partly vicarious, partly communal thrill in watching reactions to great cinematic moments in real-time.
Podcasts about work are grappling with the changes brought about by the coronavirus crisis.
First shown in May and early June, it recounts the history of a single house, 10 Guinea Street in Bristol.
David Tennant and Michael Sheen play versions of themselves in this lo-fi production.