Biologist Aarathi Prasad explores ideas, myths and tales about perception before transporting us to the laboratories that are the equivalent of "non-sexual selection".
Philosopher Raymond Tallis explores how our beloved institution was betrayed – and what we can do to save it.
Andrew O'Shaughnessy will discuss his new book about British command during the Revolutionary War.
Aarathi Prasad will be discussing her new book Like a Virgin at the Hay Festival.
The authors will read from their contributions to Beacons.
Professor Raymond Tallis discusses what can be done about the reforms destroying the NHS.
BEACONS: STORIES FROM OUR NOT SO DISTANT FUTURE
To celebrate the publication of Amit Majmudar's new book The Abundance, we've collected some authentic Gujarati recipes to help you experience the tastes and aromas of the novel.
Marc Abrahams, author of This is Improbable, will be talking at TEDxCERN on why all good - and some bad - research is improbable.
In the only book to tell the real story of Everest 1953, Mick Conefrey reveals that what has gone down in history as a supremely well-planned attem
Professor Ilan Pappe and Miko Peled join an evening of activism, awareness-raising and debate on the key issues of the Israeli Palestine question.
Marc Abrahams, author of This is Improbable and organiser of the Ig Nobel prizes, will feature a whole host of Ig Nobel Prize winners and other 'improbable' researchers.