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James Wood explores the estrangement of voluntary emigration. Listen »
Mary Beard: Mary Beard reflects on the way women are heard – and have been heard – in public, from Homer’s Odyssey through Margaret Thatcher to internet trolls.
Andrew O’Hagan: Andrew O’Hagan spent six months with Julian Assange helping him write his autobiography, though in the event Assange didn’t want the book published. O’Hagan speaks about those six months for the first time.
Jenny Turner: Jenny Turner on Penelope Fitzgerald
Ahdaf Soueif: In this year’s Edward Said Lecture at the British Museum, Ahdaf Soueif explains ‘Mina’s Banner’
Alan Bennett: In a 2011 Primrose Hill Lecture, Alan Bennett talks about what public libraries, now under threat, have meant to him.
The Author in the Age of the Internet: John Lanchester, Nicholas Spice, Colm Tóibín, Mary-Kay Wilmers and James Wood discuss the way technology is changing the stories we can tell.