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Find out more about the coveted awards for brilliance in book cover design.

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Last night at Waterstones Tottenham Court Road Joseph Cassara spoke about his book The House of Impossible Beauties, alongside a screening of the film that inspired it, Paris is Burning.

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Maths, statistics, and ham sandwiches - it's all there in Weird Maths by David Darling and Agnijo Banerjee.

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Jennifer Makumbi has won the 2018 Windham Campbell Prize for Fiction for her novel Kintu, published this January.

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A short history of the events that transpired in February 1943.

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To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Women getting the vote for the very first time, broadcaster and author Jenni Murray heads to Parliament Square to talk us through the history of Britain, in 21 women.

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The Amazing Story of the Man Who Cycled from India to Europe for Love by Per J Andersson and translated by Anna Holmwood wins the Marco Polo Outstanding General Travel Themed Book of the Year Award.

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We are kicking off 2018 with a brand new podcast.

This month Anthony Warner - The Angry Chef - discusses fad diets, blogger sensationalists and why everyone should eat what they want.

 

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When she was three Maude Julien became her father's prisoner and was kept hidden from the world for years. In 'The Only Girl In The World' she speaks about how she got out and became the ultimate survivor. 

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Prompted by the EU referendum and the election of Trump in the USA, AC Grayling discusses his book Democracy and its Crisis in the twenty-first century and maps out some urgently needed reforms to the democratic systems currently in place.

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