Harriet Harman’s Unfinished Business

  Harriet Harman, Labour’s former deputy leader, is as roundly Roundhead as Mr Clark was confidently Cavalier. Her new autobiography, “A Woman’s Work”, is as serious as his books are riotous. Continue reading The Economist article here. ‘I don’t want to be not-liked. It’s just that nobody did for nearly 20 years.’ Read her interview […]

BOB. Bestseller. Film star. Magazine editor.

The much anticipated film adaptation of A Street Cat Named Bob by James Bowen premiered on 3rd November followed by a special edition Street Cat Bob takeover in The Big Issue. Go behind the scenes with James and Bob and read interviews with the cast here. A Street Cat Named Bob is at number one on the Sunday Times […]

Rory Stewart on BBC Radio 4’s Midweek

Rory Stewart OBE is MP for Penrith and The Border and Minister of State at the Department for International Development (DFID). After a period in the army, he joined the Foreign Office, serving in Indonesia and the Balkans and becoming deputy-governor of two provinces in Southern Iraq. His father Brian was a keen walker who […]

An interview with Rowan Hisayo Buchanan on writing ‘Harmless Like You’

The harm we cause one another – casually, accidentally, deliberately, unknowingly – haunts Rowan Hisayo Buchanan’s mind. Her debut novel, Harmless Like You, which sparked a fierce bidding war among publishers, takes its title from a photography series that Yuki, one of Buchanan’s main characters, puts together in the early 1970s. The series is made […]

Julia Gregson on Muhammad Ali

What was it like to hang out with Muhammad Ali for four days in the mid-1970s? And what did the Champ think about women? Julia Gregson interviewed Muhammad Ali when she was 28. She remembers the man – and some of his more controversial views. Read the full article here.