Julia Ebner discusses her experiences going undercover in various extremist groups, including White Supremacists, German Neo-Nazis and ‘Trad Wives’, as described in her new book, Going Dark.
Economist Ann Pettifor talks to Grace Blakeley about the origins of the Green New Deal, and why we need it.
Anthony Wilks visits poet George Szirtes to find out about the story of Szirtes’ mother, Magda, a Hungarian photographer who survived two concentration camps and escaped Budapest for England with her family in 1956.
Keith Gessen talks to Vadim Nikitin about Russia, socialism, the Soviet inheritance and his new book, A Terrible Country.
On the occasion of the paperback publication of her novel Normal People, Sally Rooney talks to Kishani Widyaratna at St George’s Chruch, Bloomsbury.
Elaine Mokhtefi talks to Adam Shatz about her book, Algiers: Third World Capital, an account of her time in Algiers in the 1960s.
Karl Ove Knausgaard talks to Charlotte Higgins about the life and work of Norwegian painter Edvard Munch, the subject of his latest book, So Much Longing in So Little Space.
Michael Hofmann talks to Declan Ryan about his first new collection in almost two decades, One Lark, One Horse.