Tom Stoppard and Patrick Marber discuss Leopoldstadt, a play tracing the trajectory of the Jewish community of Vienna.
Carol Ann Duffy curates an evening of poetry on the theme of the environment and artistic responses to the climate crisis.
Hannah Rothschild and Julian Fellowes discuss historical fiction, family, and the wonderful inspiration that buildings can provide.
Philippe Sands discusses ‘the ratlines’ — a system of escape routes for fascists fleeing Europe in the aftermath of World War II.
Lennie Goodings and Joan Bakewell consider the ways in which society has changed since the ’70s
Tim Smit explains why creating Edens wherever you are is important.
Leïla Slimani speaks about her novels, beliefs, and her new collection of essays giving voice to young Moroccan women.
Salman Rushdie returns to Charleston Festival to discuss his life and work.
Explore the art of writing tangled relationships and the perils of young womanhood with Tayari Jones.