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The long and winding road

Mid-life crises don’t always arrive in the shape of a sports car. Tom Vanderbilt’s involved untold hours in the saddle and some very expensive cycling jerseys

On the front line of conservation

The battle between the competing demands of nature and history is being played out on Orford Ness, a remote spit of land on Britain’s eastern coastline. Martin Fletcher met the protagonists

The political passion of Eva Longoria

Hispanics could decide the outcome of America’s next presidential election, but too few of them vote. David Rennie met Hollywood’s most famous Hispanic woman to find out how she plans to change that

Body Politics

Protest isn’t safe in Vladimir Putin’s Russia, but one artist is putting himself on the line. Politics is his subject; his body is his medium. Noah Sneider presents Petr Pavlensky

Does power really corrupt?

An argument about whether powerful people behave better or worse than others is shaking the world of experimental psychology. Matthew Sweet investigates

It’s a boy thing

Data suggest that couples who have sons are more likely to stay together than those that don’t. Emily Bobrow looks into why this might be

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