Audio and Video
VIDEO The Lost Art of Paste-Up
Watch how the LRB used to be put together, with scalpel and glue. Watch »
VIDEO From Caslon to Quadraat
Ben Campbell traces the LRB's 40-year history through its fonts and covers. Watch »
VIDEO Normal People
Sally Rooney talks to Kishani Widyaratna about her second novel. Watch »
VIDEO Magda's Boy
Geroge Szirtes on writing about his mother's remarkable life. Watch »
Lowell Studies: In the concluding episode of their acclaimed series, Seamus Perry and Mark Ford confront Robert Lowell.
Bee Wilson: Bee Wilson on eating out in late Victorian London.
Andrew O’Hagan: Andrew O’Hagan goes to Karl Lagerfeld’s memorial in Paris.
The LRB at 40: Mary-Kay Wilmers, Alan Bennett, Andrew O’Hagan, John Lanchester and Sheng Yun and Nicholas Spice reflect on 40 years of the London Review of Books.
Adam Tooze: In his Winter Lecture, Adam Tooze examines an alternative, counterintuitive vision of America, as a power defying gravity.
Christopher Clark: Why should we think about the Revolutions of 1848 now? Christopher Clark provides some answers in his Winter Lecture, recorded at the British Museum on 15 February 2019.
Video from the London Review Bookshop
Colm Tóibín: Colm Tóibín unpacks the work of Elizabeth Bishop and Thom Gunn, and the relationship between the poets, with help from recordings from the archive of 92nd Street Y in New York.
Adam Phillips: Adam Phillips pays attention to our attention seeking.
Tracy K. Smith talks to Jay Bernard: Tracy K. Smith, 22nd Poet Laureate of the USA, talks to rising young poet Jay Bernard, and both read from their work.