Chapter 109: How should we remember Rudyard Kipling?
Show: Talking Books
Mon, 08th February 2016
Chapter 108: Why's it good to feel bad?
Mon, 01st February 2016
Chapter 107: The controversies and class of Martin Amis
Mon, 25th January 2016
Chapter 106: capturing the theatrical & personal in ink
Mon, 18th January 2016
Chapter 105: A reluctant nudist and an American giant
Mon, 11th January 2016
Chapter 104: A philosophy of serenity & the oldest hate
Mon, 04th January 2016
Chapter 103: Managing trauma and morality
Mon, 28th December 2015
Chapter 102: What makes a man great?
Mon, 21st December 2015
Chapter 101: What makes water so magical?
Mon, 14th December 2015
Chapter 100: Can happiness be found in books?
Mon, 07th December 2015
Chapter Ninety-Nine:Can socialist thought save Britain?
Mon, 30th November 2015
Chapter Ninety-Eight: David Foster Wallace and suicide
Mon, 23rd November 2015
Chapter Ninety-Seven: Are we slaves to our jobs?
Mon, 16th November 2015
Chapter Ninety-Six: Gore Vidal, a divisive genius
Mon, 09th November 2015
Chapter Ninety-Five: Indian drama and Greek tragedy
Mon, 02nd November 2015
Chapter Ninety-Four: the best of drama and jazz
Mon, 26th October 2015
Chapter Ninety-Three: dirty wars and secret histories
Mon, 19th October 2015
Chapter Ninety-Two: Masters of murder and mystery
Mon, 12th October 2015
Chapter Ninety-One: Does economics leave room for love?
Tue, 06th October 2015
Chapter Ninety: The stress of family and gender
Mon, 28th September 2015
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