Dominic West reads Patrick Leigh Fermor's piece about the olive harvest on the Mani peninsula.
David and Helen are back from the summer break and are joined by Adam Tooze.
Seamus Perry, Mark Ford and Joanne O‘Leary discuss the life and work of Emily Dickinson, her dashes, death instinct and obliquity.
In his 2020 LRB Winter Lecture, Richard Lloyd Parry considers the paradoxical figure of Akihito, who abdicated in April 2019: a hereditary monarch, the son of the wartime emperor, Hirohito, strictly...
Anthony Wilks's film traces the connections between the events of Eric Hobsbawm’s life and the history he told, from his teenage years in Germany and his communist membership, to the jazz clubs of...
Jeanette Winterson talks to Victoria Turk about her new book of essays, 12 Bytes, which explores the future of artificial intelligence and what it might mean for the future of humanity.
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