Hugh D Reynolds writes about 'The Lies That Bind', Kwame Anthony Appiah's new book.
Laura Gallagher writes about our event with Gina Miller, author of 'Rise: Life Lessons in Speaking Out, Standing Tall & Leading the Way'.
Laura Gallagher reviews our recent event with Jess Phillips, who spoke about her childhood, her time at university and what it's like to be an MP.
City Poet Vanessa Kisuule has invited Bristolians to send in their own poems about the city. The first to be featured is Tamara Pullinger's Bristol Poem.
Laura Gallagher reviews our recent event with Edith Hall and Antonia Macaro, where they discussed the lessons to be learned from ancient philosophies.
Hugh D Reynolds interviews Antonia Macaro in advance of ‘Ancient Wisdom for a Sceptical Age’, an event with Macaro, Edith Hall and Julian Baggini on 12 June.
Laura Gallagher reviews our recent event with Helen Pankhurst, where she discussed how women’s lives have changed over the last century.