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Joanna Rossiter, author of The Sea Change, on the route from Istanbul to India trodden by a generation of 20-somethings.
Matt Rudd, author of The English: A Field Guide, finds out if any of the stereotypes about the English - queueing, binge-drinking, leylandii hedges - are actually true.
Leading philosophers deliver 20 minute speechbytes - the rest is up to you.
Following on from his polemic Why do people hate America?, Ziauddin Sardar uses classical sources and original research into pre-Islamic Mecca to shed new light on the Prophet Muhammad's early life, and discovers a vibrant, complex character driven by justice and equality. An event as informative as it is informal, Sardar will fly through the facts before opening up to the audience for questions, conversation and debate.
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