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  1. Tomas Remiarz - get inspired by the largest review of forest gardens in temperate climate

    There's a few books on how to make a forest garden, all wonderful, but actually, where are they? How many people have actually done it in the 40+ years since permaculture came to be? There have been reports of tropical, and desert systems, but not much from the temperate climate. Read more at http://wp.me/p3YOi7-pj

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  2. Adam Phillips on ‘Attention Seeking’

    Adam Phillips talks to Devorah Baum about his latest book, 'Attention Seeking', which argues, among other things, that attention seeking is the best thing we do.

    Read more by Adam Phillips in the London Review of Books: https://lrb.me/phillipsyt

    Find out more about London Review Bookshop events: https://lrb.me/eventsyt

    Apologies for any distracting background noise - our bookshop is next to a bar which can get very busy in the evenings!

    ABOUT THE LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP

    Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, just a Rosetta Stone’s throw from the British Museum, the London Review Bookshop has established itself as an essential part of the capital’s cultural life. Opened in 2003 by the London Review of Books, it’s a place for people who love books to meet, talk, drink excellent tea and coffee, consume delicious cake, and of course, browse.

    Our selection of more than 20,000 titles ranges from the classics of world literature to the cutting edge of contemporary fiction and poetry, not forgetting a copious display of history, politics, philosophy, cookery, essays and children’s books. And our lovely shop, designed by Amanda Culpin of utility provides the perfect setting in which to explore them all.

    THE CAKE SHOP

    Surrounded by books and fragrant with tea, the London Review Cake …

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  3. Adam Phillips on ‘Attention Seeking’ 2

    Adam Phillips talks to Devorah Baum about his latest book, 'Attention Seeking', which argues, among other things, that attention seeking is the best thing we do.

    UPDATE Read more by Adam Phillips in the London Review of Books: https://lrb.me/phillipsyt

    Find out more about London Review Bookshop events: https://lrb.me/eventsyt

    Apologies for any distracting background noise - our bookshop is next to a bar which can get very busy in the evenings!

    ABOUT THE LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP

    Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, just a Rosetta Stone’s throw from the British Museum, the London Review Bookshop has established itself as an essential part of the capital’s cultural life. Opened in 2003 by the London Review of Books, it’s a place for people who love books to meet, talk, drink excellent tea and coffee, consume delicious cake, and of course, browse.

    Our selection of more than 20,000 titles ranges from the classics of world literature to the cutting edge of contemporary fiction and poetry, not forgetting a copious display of history, politics, philosophy, cookery, essays and children’s books. And our lovely shop, designed by Amanda Culpin of utility provides the perfect setting in which to explore them all.

    THE CAKE SHOP

    Surrounded by books and fragrant with tea, the London Review Cake Shop is the mode…

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  4. Why do so many incompetent men become leaders? | Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic | TEDxUniversityofNevada

    There is a pathological mismatch between the qualities that seduce us in a leader and those that are needed to be an effective leader. Based on research on the psychology of leadership, Chamorro-Premuzic shows that if leaders were selected on competence rather than confidence, humility rather than charisma, and integrity rather than narcissism, we would not just end up with more competent leaders, but also more women leaders. In fact, he argues, the main obstacle preventing competent women from becoming leaders is the lack of career obstacles for incompetent men. Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic is an international authority in psychological profiling, talent management, leadership development, and people analytics. He is the Chief Talent Scientist at Manpower Group, co-founder and CEO of DeeperSignals and Metaprofiling, and Professor of Business Psychology at both University College London, and Columbia University. He has previously held academic positions at New York University and the London School of Economics, and lectured at Harvard Business School, Stanford Business School, London Business School, Johns Hopkins, IMD, and INSEAD, as well as being the CEO at Hogan Assessment Systems. Dr. Tomas has published 10 books and over 150 scientific papers, making him one of the most prolific social scie…

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  5. Adam Phillips and Chris Oakley: Unforbidden Pleasures

    Adam Phillips, writer and psychotherapist, discusses his book, 'Unforbidden Pleasures', with Chris Oakley.

    Read more by Adam Phillips in the London Review of Books: https://lrb.me/phillipsyt

    Find out more about London Review Bookshop events: https://lrb.me/eventsyt

    ABOUT THE LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP

    Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, just a Rosetta Stone’s throw from the British Museum, the London Review Bookshop has established itself as an essential part of the capital’s cultural life. Opened in 2003 by the London Review of Books, it’s a place for people who love books to meet, talk, drink excellent tea and coffee, consume delicious cake, and of course, browse.

    Our selection of more than 20,000 titles ranges from the classics of world literature to the cutting edge of contemporary fiction and poetry, not forgetting a copious display of history, politics, philosophy, cookery, essays and children’s books. And our lovely shop, designed by Amanda Culpin of utility provides the perfect setting in which to explore them all.

    THE CAKE SHOP

    Surrounded by books and fragrant with tea, the London Review Cake Shop is the modern answer to London’s long-lost literary coffee-houses. Accessed through the Bookshop via a corridor in the history section, the Cake Shop offers a small but vibrant menu, a wi…

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  6. Sally Rooney talks to Kishani Widyaratna about ‘Normal People’

    Sally Rooney talks about 'Normal People' to Kishani Widyaratna, editor at Picador Books and contributing editor at The White Review, at St George's Church in Bloomsbury, London.

    Read Sally Rooney in the London Review of Books: https://lrb.me/rooneyyt Find out about upcoming events from the London Review Bookshop: https://lrb.me/eventsyt

    Rooney breathes new life into fiction. Her novels deal with ordinary life in all its unexpected ways. The Guardian said of Rooney’s debut novel, Conversations with Friends: ‘It’s rare that a novel elicits such ferocious and unmitigated awe from just about everyone you know, whether male, female, or millennial’. Rooney’s second novel, Normal People (published by Faber & Faber last September), was called ‘superb … a tremendous read, full of insight and sweetness’ by Anne Enright. Olivia Laing has stated that ‘Rooney is the best young novelist – indeed one of the best novelists – I’ve read in years.’

    The event was recorded on 2 May 2019.

    ABOUT THE LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP

    Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, just a Rosetta Stone’s throw from the British Museum, the London Review Bookshop has established itself as an essential part of the capital’s cultural life. Opened in 2003 by the London Review of Books, it’s a place for people who love books to meet, talk, drin…

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  7. Longform : Episode 192: Seymour Hersh

    Seymour Hersh is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and the author of The Killing of Osama Bin Laden. “The government had denied everything we said. We just asked them and they said, ‘Oh no, not true, not true.’ That’s just—it’s all pro forma. You ask them to get their lie and you write their lie. I’m sorry to be so cynical about it, but that’s basically what it comes to.” Thanks to MailChimp, Johnson & Johnson, Freshbooks, Trunk Club, and Squarespace for sponsoring this week's episode. Show Notes: Hersh on Longform [2:00] The Killing of Osama Bin Laden (Verso • 2016) [15:00] "The My Lai Massacre" (St. Louis Post-Dispatch • Nov 1969) [15:00] "The Scene of the Crime" (New Yorker • Mar 2015) [21:00] "Defending the Arsenal" (New Yorker • Nov 2009) [22:00] "The Deal" (New Yorker • Mar 2004) [27:00] "Whose Sarin?" (London Review of Books • Dec 2013) [28:00] "The Red Line and the Rat Line" (London Review of Books • Apr 2014) [33:00] "The Killing of Osama bin Laden" (London Review of Books • May 2015) [36:00] Zero Dark Thirty [40:00] The Longform Guide to Nurses

    http://longform.libsyn.com/episode-192-seymour-hersh

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