To mark the conclusion of his History of Ideas podcast series, David Runciman talks to Pankaj Mishra about Gandhi, Rousseau and Nietzsche, as well as an alternative canon of non-Western theorists of politics and crisis.
Rebecca Solnit discusses her new memoir with Mary Beard.
Patricia Lockwood talks to John Lanchester about her debut novel No One is Talking About This.
Geoff Dyer's Out of Sheer Rage, published in 1997, is a brilliant account of attempting to write, and most often failing, a book about his great hero D.H. Lawrence. Now, more than two decades later, he has edited a selection of Lawrence's essays for Penguin. He talks about Lawrence and non-fiction with historian and biographer Frances Wilson.
John Lanchester discusses his chilling collection of short stories, which explores the uncanniness of modern life through demonic phones, haunted selfie-sticks and other technology gone horribly wrong.
Akwaeke Emezi talks about their latest book, The Death of Vivek Oji, with Louisa Joyner, their editor at Faber.
Julia Ebner discusses her experiences going undercover in various extremist groups, including White Supremacists, German Neo-Nazis and ‘Trad Wives’, as described in her new book, Going Dark.
Economist Ann Pettifor talks to Grace Blakeley about the origins of the Green New Deal, and why we need it.
Anthony Wilks visits poet George Szirtes to find out about the story of Szirtes’ mother, Magda, a Hungarian photographer who survived two concentration camps and escaped Budapest for England with her family in 1956.