Sunday, October 02, 2016

Six of the Best 631

Caron Lindsay interviews Liz Leffman, the Liberal Democrat candidate in the Witney by-election.

"The rapid growth of renewables – both wind and solar – means that within a year that £92.50 is likely to be more than double the price for the latest renewable energy." Chris Bowers says Hinkley Point C will be out of date before it is built.

Sunder Katwala believes that appointing Arsene Wenger as the next England manager would send a positive message to Europe.

Being bored is good for children (and adults), says Teresa Bolton.

"After the brief and deafening alarm call of punk, the world of music didn’t end. Instead, there was an outpouring of some of the finest songwriting that Britain had ever heard, and will possibly ever hear." Neil Hannon on the glories of post-punk lyrics.

The Heroic Age of Illustration celebrates E.H. Shepard's drawings for Richard Jefferies' Bevis.

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