Jennifer Ackerman Interview

15 Jun, 2016 by

Birds have, historically, not gotten a very good wrap from humans. They might be cute, their songs might be pretty, but they’re not...

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Peter Frankopan Interview

7 Jun, 2016 by

When you think of the Silk Road, there’s a good chance that it conjures up images of exotic locations out of history. Stories of...

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Janna Levin Interview

7 Jun, 2016 by

Just over a century ago, Einstein produced his general theory of relativity and predicted ripples in the fabric of...

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Clare Press Interview

18 May, 2016 by

What do you know about the clothes you’re wearing? Where were they made? What are they made from? Grab the nearest tag and have a...

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A.C. Grayling Interview

10 May, 2016 by

So much of our foundational knowledge, the thinkers that make up our syllabus today, can be traced to a brief moment in human history...

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Frank Dikotter Interview

2 May, 2016 by

The story of China during the 20th Century is almost impossible to fathom. Marked, not just by change, but by multiple instances of...

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Jennifer Rayner Interview

2 May, 2016 by

Are Generation Y lazy? Are we special flowers, built up to expect too much from parents and a system that awards us for just showing...

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George Megalogenis Interview

2 May, 2016 by

An increase to the GST, income tax devolved to the states, an end to negative gearing, a cut to company taxes. The last few months...

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Martin Lindstrom Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

There is more information available to us now than to any people who have ever lived. The internet collapses space, makes available...

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Simon Sebag Montefiore Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

When the Romanovs came to power, Russia was weak – recovering from the chaos left by Ivan the terrible, and trapped between...

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