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Oct 16, 2020

Sir Philip Pullman is an English novelist, best known for his fantasy trilogy 'His Dark Materials'.
 
His new book 'Serpentine' is set in the world of 'His Dark Materials' and explores a small crack he discovered in the series' character relationships.
 
He talks to Krishnan about why he doesn't like calling his books...


Oct 2, 2020

Claudia Rankine is an acclaimed American writer and poet.

Her most recent book, ‘Just Us’ explores race and white supremacy through by recounting a series of radicalised real encounters with friends and strangers.

She talks to Krishnan about her thoughts on the future of democracy in America, her reaction to the...


Sep 11, 2020

Yusef Salaam is one of the ‘Central Park Five’ who became to be known the ‘Exonerated Five’.

It was case of racial injustice which shocked America three decades ago, when five Black and Hispanic teenagers were wrongfully jailed over the gang rape of a woman in New York’s Central Park in 1989. But after years...


Sep 4, 2020

Chris Boardman became the picture of British cycling in 1992, when he won the country’s first olympic cycling medal in 72 years.
 
Decades later, while his face is still synonymous with British bicycles, these days it’s because he’s on crusade to make them safe and accessible for all.
 
As Policy Advisor to...


Jul 24, 2020

Chris Daw QC is a high-profile criminal barrister and author of 'Justice on Trial'. He thinks our justice system needs to be scrapped and reformed - from legalising drugs to stop sending offenders to prison.

At the end of a Channel 4 News special week when we have focused on the criminal justice system with the 'Secret...