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Anna Leszkiewicz is culture editor of the New Statesman.
Hunting Ghislaine and Power: The Maxwells try to understand the woman, and friend of Jeffrey Epstein, who was arrested for sex trafficking in June 2020.
Presenter and anatomist Alice Roberts describes the series as a “time-travelling tour” of “how anatomical knowledge has changed”.
In this sensitive three-episode series, journalist Rosie Millard speaks to creatives who are yet to have "made it".
The bestselling author reflects on her difficult childhood, meeting her wife and taking on the smug, middle-class world of children’s fiction.
The audio highlights of the festive season.
A new podcast from the Australian Broadcasting Company begins with a very simple premise: throughout the history of the British empire, soldiers stole an awful lot of stuff.
Meaningless corporate myths of the “self-made man” are merrily regurgitated in this BBC Radio 4 doc.
Feature writer Cara McGoogan says the show investigates “one of the biggest scandals in recent British history”.
Wedding photos are postcards from the unmapped territory of other people’s relationships.
The Goldsmiths Prize-shortlisted novelist on writing about older women, “dreary, middlebrow” literature and why she volunteers for Dying with Dignity.