Paper Making Workshop With Jonathan Korejko

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Paper Making Workshop With Jonathan Korejko

Sun 23 Nov

A one day workshop in which you will be taught how to make handmade paper from a variety of ingredients with step-by-step expert guidance. Prepare to get your hands dirty but have fun and leave with beautiful and unique paper.

David Marsh: for Who The Bell Tolls

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David Marsh: for Who The Bell Tolls

Sun 23 Nov

Clear, honest use of English has many enemies: politicians, business and marketing people, local authority and civil service jargonauts, rail companies, estate agents, academics ... and some journalists. He tells us why he decided to write the book that might defeat them.

Geordie Greig: Breakfast With Lucian

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Geordie Greig: Breakfast With Lucian

Sun 23 Nov

Greig shares some of Freud's stories: of death threats; escaping from Nazi Germany; falling out with

Michael Booth: The Truth About The Nordic Miracle

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Michael Booth: The Truth About The Nordic Miracle

Sun 23 Nov

Michael Booth has lived among the Scandinavians, on and off, for over ten years, perplexed by their

David Goodhart

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David Goodhart

Sun 23 Nov

David Goodhart tells us why he argues that an overzealous multiculturalism has reinforced difference instead of promoting a common life and why Britain needs a political culture of integration.

Lewis Dartnell: How To Rebuild Our World From Scratch

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Lewis Dartnell: How To Rebuild Our World From Scratch

Sun 23 Nov

Lewis Dartnell introduces his quickstart guide for rebooting civilisation which will transform your understanding of the world - and help you prepare for when it's no longer here...

It's Not Only Rock n Roll

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It's Not Only Rock n Roll

Sun 23 Nov

How do the world’s most popular musicians create hit songs; is it natural talent, or do external