• Full Tilt (unabridged)

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Listeners are taken from the valleys and snowy mountain passes of Europe and India to the scorching deserts of Afghanistan and Pakistan in Full Tilt, Dervla Murphy’s inspiring true story about her 1963 journey on a bicycle, read by Emma Lowe. David Shaw-Parker brings Trollope’s monumental Palliser series to a close with The Duke’s Children, the first-ever recording of the complete, restored text; and Bruno Roubicek illuminates the profound words of Confucius in The Analects, a collection of memorable sayings by the Chinese thinker and philosopher.

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The NAB Blog: Turbulent times – political thought from Plato to Machiavelli
The Republic

In our current turbulent times it is tempting to reflect on the nature of the relationship between people and their political leaders. Underpinning that, whether in a democracy or another form of government, there is an implied understanding and acceptance …


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