History, music, cooking, travel, books, theatre, film - but also with an eye on the 'culture wars', nationalism and identity.
In Part One of his romantic misadventures after the first Brexit Referendum, Peter Jukes and his best friend discover a mysterious dark Continent.
Jon Bailes considers whether big screen hits such as The Big Short and The Laundromat actually leave viewers inspired to act for political change or informed but pessimistic.
Otto English delves into the privileged actor's descent into normalising hate and considers what purpose it may serve.
Bonnie Greer on what Prince Harry and Laurence Fox's different approaches to the world in which we live tell us about privilege, race and hierarchy – and the distinction between the White Man and the white man.
Chris Sullivan reviews the 1960 classic which has left its mark on our culture in many ways, beyond simply its famous title.
The Odeon of Death takes a look at the week’s events through the medium of cinema. This week Starmer Wars (2020)