Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Six of the Best 642

"Labour should have the courage to stand up for what is right for Britain, which will be welcomed not just by the bulk of the 48 per cent (including most Labour voters) who voted to remain, but also many of the 52 per cent who are entitled to say that what is happening does not match what they were promised." Richard Corbett is right, but it became clear today that his party's leaders do not agree with him.

"Ed Balls’ performances on Strictly Come Dancing shed more light upon politics than is generally appreciated," argues Chris Dillow.

Martin Thompson offers a short biography of the architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott.

Freda Cooper reviews Magnus, a film about the world chess champion Magnus Carlsen who is currently defending his title in a match against Sergey Karjakin.

The actor David Troughton talks The Archers, Doctor Who and cricket with Heather Neill.

Radiolab explores why Americans were once terrified by quicksand but are not today...

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