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Little Atoms 331 – John Sutherland & Lynn Barber

June 7, 2014


John Sutherland is Lord Northcliffe Professor Emeritus, UCL. He has taught at the Universities of Edinburgh, London and at the California Institute of Technology. He is the author of many books on many subjects, including A Little History of Literature and How to be Well Read. He is well known as a journalist (of a high and low kind) […]

Little Atoms 314 – John Grindrod & Lynn Barber

March 1, 2014


John Grindrod grew up in Croydon in the 1970s and has worked as a bookseller and publisher for twenty-five years. He has been published in the Twentieth Century Society magazine, has co-written and edited a book about TV, Shouting at the Telly, and contributed to a book on music, Hang the DJ. He runs the website John is the author of Concretopia: […]

The Best of Little Atoms 2010

December 27, 2010


Listen to all the best bits of our 2010 radio show in this one hour-long special edition. Featuring interviews with Prof Brian Cox, Dara O’Briain, Ian McEwan, Lynn Barber, Cory Doctorow, Timothy Garton Ash , Rebecca Skloot, Jonathan Ross and Alan Moore.

Lynn Barber – An Education

September 4, 2010


[display_podcast] Lynn Barber is an multi-award winning writer. Her interviews have won five British Press Awards and a What the Papers Say award. There are two published collections, Mostly Men and Demon Barber, both from Viking. She has also written books on Victorian naturalists, and sex – her first book was called How To Improve […]