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On International Dawn Chorus Day, there really is no sound lovelier than the competing noise of birdsong
For three days I listened to nothing but birdsong, marvelling at the variety and the volume
In 2021, is the state of the Booker still “not serious stuff”?
The statistics are unfit for purpose
Political agendas at work are fine, so long as they support the religion of Woke
Activists are secretly training the judiciary to misapply the law
Findings from lockdown suggest environments lacking the complexity of life may pose a threat to humanity
The French Right faces its old demons and its moment of truth
West End openings of Constellations and Cinderella offer stage-starved audiences some magic
The feminist fix: how to expose mansplainers like Billy Bragg who only pretend to be feminist allies
Journalist and actor Denis Tuohy has written a rewarding collection worthy of his colourful career
Do Australia’s leaders really know what they’re doing?
Lucien veers between lamenting modern theatre’s disdain for “truly serious work” and suspecting that it all could have gone a great deal worse