READ LONG: Talking to Strangers is the new book by Malcolm Gladwell exploring our relationships with the people we don’t know and the problems that arise when these interactions go wrong.
READ SHORT: If you fancy learning more about Gladwell (above) before getting your hands on a copy of his new book, here is Sean O’Hagan’s interview with the author for the Guardian.
LISTEN: Historians on Housewives brings together scholars from different fields to discuss the phenomenon that is ‘The Housewives’, a series of reality TV shows created by Bravo. Give it a listen here!
WATCH: Dialect coach Erik Singer analyses the idiolects of actors playing real people in this video for WIRED, detailing how accents and voices are shaped in the posture of one’s mouth. Check it out here!
LEARN: Bestselling author Charles Handy asks questions about the next generation and what they should expect from the world in his new book 21 Letters on Life and its Challenges. Learn about how he has used his own life experiences in an attempt to help us answer these questions here.
EVENTS: Book now to attend the event this Sunday at Conway Hall which uncovers the issues of toxic masculinity in our society and what we can do to combat stereotypes of manhood.