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The investor and author of Moo’s Law, Jim Mellon, talks to Graham Stewart about the coming agrarian revolution
Radio drama is prone to over-signalling regional differences, says Anne McElvoy
If there is to be a Frasier revival, producers should learn from the mistakes of past spin-off shows
Why do some videos go viral while others slide into oblivion?
Lincoln Allison lays bare the strictly non-socialist argument for the NHS
Lisa Hilton asks whether Twitter mobs should be able to police the imagination of novelists and playwrights
Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about archival research and the importance of source material
Jeremy Black discusses with Graham Stewart France’s historical inheritance
While republicanism currently remains an underground interest, there is a real risk it could grow once Charles assumes the throne
How the dominance of social media and mobile technology is making today’s teenagers less empathetic and more narcissistic
Weekly pressers from Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs have turned into festivals of hostility towards the countries caught in the Kremlin’s crosshairs — why?