Charlie Meyrick reviews our recent event with Rain Newton-Smith, who spoke to Gavin Jackson about growth in the time of Brexit.
Charlie Meyrick writes about the 'Higher Education: Decline and Fall?' event, part of the Festival of Economics.
Charlie Meyrick reviews our recent event with Paul Tucker, who spoke about the power of central banks.
City Poet Vanessa Kisuule has invited Bristolians to send in their own poems about the city. The latest is Caroline Burrows' Junkies in the Underpass.
Laura Gallagher reviews our recent event with Leta Hong Fincher, who spoke about the rise of China’s feminist resistance.
In advance of our event with Eliane Glaser, Lewis Goodall and Matthew Goodwin, Hugh D Reynolds writes about populism and the future of liberal democracy.
Hugh D Reynolds writes about 'The Lies That Bind', Kwame Anthony Appiah's new book.