William Rees-Mogg tells Lizzie Porter why he never got on with Balliol, and had to turn down Margaret Thatcher
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Richard Roberts speaks to Matt Leach from think-tank ResPublica about the Big Society
James Rothwell interveiws controversial author and columnist Peter Hitchens
James Cross discusses Médecins Sans Frontières’ role in Libya with Lead Nurse Alison Criado-Perez
Nigel Farage discusses UKIP success, protest votes and his crusade against bland politics with Hamish Birrell
Sophie FitzMaurice speaks to Vicky Simister, founder of the London Anti-Street Harassment campaign, about the problem of sexism on the street and...
Sophie FitzMaurice and Jahan Meeran talk to the former Mayor of London about spending cuts, class politics and the rise of China.
Sam Richardson asks whether British are starting to drink less
Harry Hodges argues that TV shouldn't depict children in such a negative light
Chris Mullin talks about New Labour’s triumphs and tragedies with Tim Wigmore
Kate Lomas suggests that cat walk models both fat and thin are presenting ideals that are not healthy
Chris Lack explains how to stop fueling appalling working conditions in the developing world
Tim Wigmore discusses the future of Tunisia with Hatem Atallah, the ambassador to the UK
That David Laws fully believes in the merits of the coalition we have in this country is undeniable. He may not actually...
Geraldine Cirot investigates the reasons behind the rise of extremism across Europe In the past two years, far-right parties have received more...
Sam Richardson considers the big question and the popular image of Oxford
Post-doctoral philosophy research fellow Dr Toby Ord tells Tim Wigmore why, and how, he plans to give over £1 million in his...
Long-time political journalist Michael White talks to Tim Wigmore about the expenses scandal, the growing ‘anti-politics’ mood - and why he thinks...