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Adam Shatz on the life and death of Juliano Mer-Khamis. Listen »
Jacqueline Rose: Jacqueline Rose on what links Frank Kermode and Nigel Farage.
Jeremy Harding: In August, as Australian politicians hung tough on asylum seekers, the Melbourne Writers Festival asked Jeremy Harding how far governments can patrol migration. With grateful acknowledgments to the Alan Missen Foundation and Liberty Victoria.
Michael Wood: Michael Wood reconsiders ‘Cleopatra’ – its expense, its quarrelling stars, its length, its success – on the release of a restored print for the film’s fiftieth anniversary.
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.