• Oliver Sears discusses with Ivan six things which she thinks should be better known.

    Oliver Sears is a London-born Dublin-based art dealer & gallery owner. He is son of a Holocaust survivor & founder of Holocaust Awareness Ireland. Formerly a trustee of Holocaust Education Trust Ireland, he is a frequent contributor to radio and newspapers including RTÉ and The Irish Times. He tells his family story ‘The Objects of Love’ through a collection of precious objects, documents and photographs, powerful mementoes that survived the war and describe individual lives under Nazi occupation. This was presented for the 2019 annual Kristallnacht lecture at Trinity College Dublin. In collaboration with Trinity College Dublin and Holocaust Awareness Ireland, Oliver was in conversation with both Lenny Abrahamson and Daniel Mendelsohn in two separate events in the series Why Talk About the Holocaust?

    Derek Mahon https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000nz1m/derek-mahon-the-poetry-nonsenseThe Trouble with Physics by Lee Smolin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIEorqJCQ2kThe piece written just before the really famous one. Three extraordinary pieces of music: Mozart Piano Concerto 20, the first aria of the Queen of the Night in the Magic Flute and Beethoven Piano Concerto 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71AgofmDSjsKrowki https://ifood.tv/european/krowki/aboutGiorgio Perlasca https://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/obituary-giorgio-perlasca-1541233.htmlHelen Frankenthaler https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/helen-frankenthaler-1114

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  • Novelist Meg Rosoff discusses with Ivan six things which she thinks should be better known.

    Meg Rosoff was born in Boston, educated at Harvard and St Martin’s College of Art, and has lived in London since 1989. Her first novel, How I Live Now, sold more than a million copies worldwide and was made into a feature film starring Saoirse Ronan. She has won or been shortlisted for 24 international book prizes, including the Orange Prize, the Whitbread and the National Book Award in America, and is a member of the Royal Society of Literature and an honorary Fellow of Homerton College, Cambridge University. She was awarded the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in 2016. Her most recent novel is The Great Godden. Meg lives in London with her husband, the artist Paul Hamlyn.

    Rembrandt’s House https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rembrandt_House_Museum Woody Allen’s The Moose https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmnLRVWgnXU Lurchers https://www.pets4homes.co.uk/pet-advice/is-a-lurcher-a-good-choice-of-pet.html Galle to Kandy train https://thefamilyfreestylers.com/kandy-to-galle-train-sri-lanka/ Blue Red and Grey by The Who https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCycKHeNnBQ A High Wind in Jamaica by Richard Hughes https://www.npr.org/2009/07/07/103930835/a-delightfully-evil-tale-of-pirates-and-children

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  • Novelist Rosa Rankin-Gee discusses six things which she thinks should be better known.

    Rosa Rankin-Gee is the author of two novels: The Last Kings of Sark, which won Shakespeare & Company’s Paris Literary Prize, and Dreamland, set in a near-future Margate, which has just come out with Scribner. She once tried to stop Brexit with 600 croissants.

    Insulated Mugs https://cheeki.com/blogs/news/8-reasons-to-buy-an-insulated-coffee-mug The first signs of anaphylaxis https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/anaphylaxis/ Public Lending Right https://www.plr.uk.com/The long history of Councils relocating families outside of London https://blog.shelter.org.uk/2017/01/exporting-homeless-families-is-it-legal-and-is-it-right/ Why rollerblading disappeared for 20 years https://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/what-the-heck-happened-rollerblading.htm Electric blankets https://utterlyhome.com/benefits-of-using-an-electric-blanket/

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  • Former Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman discusses with Ivan six things which she thinks should be better known.

    Alexandra Shulman was editor in chief of British Vogue, the longest serving editor in the history of the magazine. Her new book is Clothes and other things that matter. https://www.waterstones.com/book/clothes-and-other-things-that-matter/alexandra-shulman/9781788401999

    Passion Flower capsules or tincture https://www.healthline.com/health/anxiety/calming-effects-of-passionflower Delayed Gratification https://www.slow-journalism.com/ The London Library https://www.londonlibrary.co.uk/ Microwaveable rice https://steamykitchen.com/22048-how-to-cook-rice-microwave.html Kiev https://www.ryanair.com/try-somewhere-new/gb/en/travel-guides/kiev-hidden-gems/ Where Stands a Winged Sentry by Margaret Kennedy https://www.handheldpress.co.uk/shop/womens-lives/margaret-kennedy-where-stands-a-winged-sentry/

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  • Better Known celebrates 1000 choices

    To celebrate 1000 Better Known choices, Ivan invites past guests to discuss their One in a Thousand, the choice which above all deserves to be better known.

    People: Caroline Eden discusses SanmaoPlaces: Eleanor Fitzsimons discusses the Sheep’s Head Peninsula and Barbara Scully discusses Southern SpainObjects: Lindsay Johns discusses the books of Alex LaGumaStories: Christopher Fowler discussesExperiences: Alexis Sotiropoulos discusses the National Fruit MuseumIdeas: Tarik O’Regan discusses originals of cover versions

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  • Tracey Follows talks about the digital afterlife, seasteading and Audrey Tang

    Tracey Follows discusses with Ivan six things which she thinks should be better known.

    Tracey Follows is a futurist and author of The Future of You: Can Your Identity Survive 21st-Century Technology? She is the CEO of Futuremade, a futures consultancy advising global brands and specialising in the application of foresight to boost business.

    Charles Wareing Bardsley's Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames (1901) https://www.gutenberg.org/files/59959/59959-h/59959-h.htm

    The Otaku https://www.we-heart.com/2020/05/27/why-otaku-culture-is-thriving-in-the-uk/

    Seasteading https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/jun/24/seasteading-a-vanity-project-for-the-rich-or-the-future-of-humanity

    Digital Afterlife https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/07/what-a-digital-afterlife-would-be-like/491105/

    Advantageous https://www.wired.com/2015/06/sci-fi-film-advantageous/

    Audrey Tang https://china.usc.edu/audrey-tang-taiwans-digital-minister-harnessing-technology-social-good

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  • Felicity Hayes-McCoy discusses soda bread, Irish vernacular furniture and niche literary genres

    Felicity Hayes-McCoy discusses with Ivan six things which she thinks should be better known.

    Felicity Hayes-McCoy, bestselling author of The Library at the Edge of The World, was born in Dublin, Ireland. She studied literature at UCD before training as an actress in London. Her work as a writer ranges from TV, radio drama and documentary, to screenplays, memoir, journalism and children's books. Her "Finfarran" novels, set in Ireland and featuring local librarian Hanna Casey, are widely read internationally, and have been translated into seven languages. She and her husband, opera director Wilf Judd, live in Bermondsey, London, and on Ireland's west coast. She is on Twitter @fhayesmccoy and on Facebook as Felicity Hayes-McCoy Author

    Niche literary genres https://www.theguardian.com/books/booksblog/2012/nov/19/literary-genres-robert-mccrum

    Soda bread https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/irishsodabread_67445

    Bratislava Castle https://www.slovakia.com/castles/bratislava-castle/

    Judy Garland's performance of Gershwin's Bidin' My Time in the film Girl Crazy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQdIwjbW6es

    Irish vernacular furniture https://www.victormeeauctions.ie/irish-country-furniture-vernacular-furinture/

    Paddington Bear https://www.thecurb.com.au/paddington-2-review-if-youre-kind-and-polite-the-world-will-be-right/

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  • Dawood Gustave discusses King Tubby, Imagined Communities and Erno Goldfinger

    Dawood Gustave discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.

    Dawood Gustave is the founder of Reluctantly Brave and a global leader in bringing gamechanging imaginative thinking into the heart of businesses. He grew up on a council estate in Peckham in south London. Aged sixteen, he left school and home, spending the next 16 years finding a range of ways to survive and make a living. At 31, a series of disturbing personal events sparked a desire to change the course of his life. He enrolled in an adult education course and went on to study history at Oxford. He has been included on The Independent’s Happy List of 100 people who make Britain a happier place and on The Evening Standard’s list of the most influential people in London.

    Ibn Khaldun’s influence on Machiavelli https://thearabweekly.com/rediscovering-ibn-khaldun-pioneering-arab-medieval-mind Benedict Anderson’s Imagined Communities https://ecotalker.wordpress.com/2019/10/05/a-review-of-imagined-communities-by-benedict-anderson/ Le Grand Voyage https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2005/oct/14/3 Cymande https://thevinylfactory.com/features/cymande-cult-funk-debut-golden-age-hip-hop/ Erno Goldfinger https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/who-was-ern-goldfinger King Tubby https://www.factmag.com/2015/05/19/king-tubby-beginners-guide-dub-reggae/

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  • Classicist Armand D'Angour discusses Aspasia, Pienza and Catullus

    Armand D’Angour discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.

    Armand D’Angour is a Professor of Classics at the University of Oxford, and Fellow and Tutor at Jesus College, Oxford. He is the author of numerous articles and chapters on the literature and culture of ancient Greece, and (as a former professional cellist) has conducted innovative research into reconstructing ancient Greek music. His books include The Greeks and the New (Cambridge: CUP, 2011) and Socrates in Love: The Making of a Philosopher (Bloomsbury 2019).

    Aspasia of Miletus https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b040hjy4

    Schubert Arpeggione Sonata with cellist Miklos Perenyi and pianist Andras Schiff https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNcQuY1isEI

    Pienza in the Val d'Orcia https://www.marthasitaly.com/articles/16/pienza-tuscany

    Odi et Amo by Catullus https://www.rattle.com/odi-et-amo-hate-and-love-and-the-poets-soup-by-art-beck/

    Projection https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychological_projection

    Halva https://www.sbs.com.au/food/article/2019/08/15/here-are-all-amazing-ways-you-can-enjoy-halva

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  • Columnist Sarah Carey discusses the Irish wake, QALYs and Lough Crew

    Sarah Carey discusses with Ivan six things which she thinks should be better known.

    Sarah Carey is a broadcaster, columnist and regular contributor Irish and international media. She is a columnist for The Irish Independent and has previously written for The Sunday Independent, The Irish Times and The Sunday Times. For six years she presented the critically praised Talking Point on Newstalk. Sarah has a degree in history from Trinity College, Dublin. She began her career in telecommunications and technology, working in both Dublin and California and continues to work in the field of strategic communications.

    QALYs https://timharford.com/2020/06/cautionary-tales-the-spreadsheet-of-life-and-death/

    Philips Lumea IPL Prestige 9000 https://www.philips.ie/c-m-pe/hair-removal/lumea-ipl

    Christian underpinning of human rights https://www.theguardian.com/books/2019/nov/21/dominion-making-western-mind-tom-holland-review

    Baby confinement https://www.mimimatthews.com/2016/05/08/the-victorian-baby-19th-century-advice-on-motherhood-and-maternity/

    The Irish wake https://www.masshinitt.com/Blog/6301/irishwake/

    Lough Crew https://www.loughcrewmegalithiccentre.com/loughcrew-cairns/

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  • Samira Shackle discusses private cities, Eliza Haywood and the Gish Gallop

    Samira Shackle discusses with Ivan six things which she thinks should be better known.

    Samira Shackle is a freelance writer and reporter based in London. She is the editor of the New Humanist magazine, and a regular contributor to the Guardian Long Read. Her first book, Karachi Vice, is a work of narrative nonfiction telling the story of five ordinary citizens of Pakistan's largest city.

    Private cities https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2019/jul/08/inspired-by-central-park-the-new-city-for-a-million-outside-karachi

    Rosemary Tonks https://www.poetrybyheart.org.uk/poems/badly-chosen-lover/

    The Gish Gallop https://effectiviology.com/gish-gallop/

    Pakistan's Sufi shrines https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/pakistans-sufis-preach-faith-and-ecstasy-92998056/

    Eliza Haywood http://jasna.org/publications-2/persuasions-online/vol38no1/dow-simpson-seth-intro/exhibit-1-article/

    Albanian sworn virgins https://slate.com/culture/2012/12/jill-peters-documenting-sworn-virgins-women-who-live-as-men-in-albania-photos.html

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  • Sam Bowman discusses the alienability of rights, private chat groups and Europa Universalis IV

    Sam Bowman discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.

    Sam Bowman is director of competition policy at the International Center for Law & Economics, Portland. He is also a Senior Fellow of the Adam Smith Institute, a Non-Executive Director of the drug policy think tank Volteface, and Founder of the Entrepreneurs Network. He was previously Executive Director of the Adam Smith Institute, an economic policy think tank in Westminster.

    PC Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MQUleX1PeA Europa Universalis IV https://www.paradoxplaza.com/europa-universalis-all/ Index funds https://www.thebalance.com/why-invest-in-index-funds-2466447 Private chat groups https://www.wired.com/story/telegram-encryption-whatsapp-settings/ Alienability of rights https://sambowman.substack.com/p/the-importance-of-alienability Ignorance and error in politics and economics https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/what-are-the-implications-of-political-ignorance-for-democracy/

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  • Terence Blacker discusses theatre director Eleanor "Fizz" Fazan, folk singer Sam Carter and Lorrie Moore

    Terence Blacker discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.

    Terence Blacker is a songwriter, singer and author who has sung and read at festivals, clubs and theatres in the UK, Europe and America. He was already an established author when he started writing and performing his songs in 2009. His musical storytelling – offbeat, funny songs capturing the lives of modern-day misfits and outsiders – quickly found a following at folk clubs and festivals. His books include The Twyning and You Cannot Live As I Have Lived and Not End Up Like This. His columns for The Independent are at https://www.independent.co.uk/author/terence-blacker.

    I Didn't Know You Cared https://archivetvmusings.blog/tag/i-didnt-know-you-cared/

    Rats https://www.dw.com/en/rats-dangerous-vermin-or-useful-members-of-society/a-19161314

    Sam Carter https://www.theguardian.com/music/2013/mar/24/sam-carter-review

    Eleanor 'Fizz' Fazan https://books.friesenpress.com/store/title/119734000004692137/Eleanor-Fazan-FIZ

    The short stories of Lorrie Moore https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/09/28/face-time

    Collecting wood https://firewoodforstoves.com/collecting-your-own-wood/

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  • Will Hutton discusses the Oxford Divinity School, the 5 plus 2 diet and the 2006 Companies Act

    Will Hutton discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.

    Will Hutton is co-chair of The Purposeful Company. He was Principal of Hertford College, University of Oxford from 2011 to 2020, and Chair of the Big Innovation Centre, an initiative from the Work Foundation. He was chief executive of the Work Foundation from 2000 to 2008. He was formerly editor-in-chief for The Observer.

    American football https://www.the42.ie/basic-guide-to-american-football-and-the-nfl-2265086-Feb2018/ Oxford Divinity School https://discoveroxfordshire.com/things-to-do/the-divinity-school/ The Enlightenment Economy by Joel Mokyr http://www.enlightenmenteconomics.com/blog/index.php/2010/01/review-of-the-enlightened-economy-by-joel-mokyr/ 5 plus 2 diet https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/the-5-2-diet-guide Pickled Herring and Acqua Vit https://www.capebretonpost.com/opinion/the-taste-of-denmark-pickled-herring-and-aquavit-20245/ Section 172 of the 2006 Companies Act https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/business-law-blog/blog/2017/09/section-172-uk-companies-act-2006-desperate-times-call-soft-law

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  • Deborah Moggach, screenwriter of Pride and Prejudice, discusses Citroen 2CVs and Arnold Bennett

    Writer Deborah Moggach discusses with Ivan six things which should be better known.

    Deborah Moggach has written 21 novels, including Tulip Fever and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, both of which were made into movies. She has adapted many of my own and others' work, including the BAFTA-nominated Pride and Prejudice, starring Keira Knightley, and The Diary of Anne Frank. Her latest novel is The Carer, out in paperback, and her new novel, The Black Dress, will be published in July.

    The Goodwin Sands https://www.amusingplanet.com/2016/11/goodwin-sands-and-its-shipwrecks.html

    Old Master Painting auctions https://www.theartnewspaper.com/analysis/golden-oldies-the-year-old-masters-go-digital

    Karen Dalton https://timeline.com/karen-dalton-folk-tragic-8c042745bdc7

    Arnold Bennett https://www.nybooks.com/articles/1966/11/03/to-bennetts-rescue/

    The Judges' Lodgings, Presteigne https://www.judgeslodging.org.uk/

    2CV cars https://www.2cvgb.co.uk/

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  • Dr Meg Van Deusen discusses attachment theory, restorative justice and the gut-brain axis

    Dr Meg Van Deusen discusses with Ivan six things which should be better known.

    Meg Van Deusen, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and mindfulness practitioner in private practice since 1994. In a time of great stress and disconnection in the US she offers insights and solutions to help readers reconnect and live healthier lives. Dr Van Deusen lives in Seattle, Washington where she enjoys the outdoors, cooking and time with her husband, sons and friends. Her latest book is Stressed in the U.S.: 12 Tools to Tackle Anxiety, Loneliness, Tech-Addiction and More. Further details are at https://www.megvandeusen.com/books/

    Attachment Theoryhttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/690495.A_Secure_Base

    Race to Nowhere https://www.amazon.com/Race-Nowhere-Vicki-Abeles/dp/B01DAKOXG8

    John and Stephanie Cacioppo https://www.stephaniecacioppo.com/stephanie-john

    Restorative Justice restorativejustice.org

    Gut-Brain Axis https://psychscenehub.com/psychinsights/the-simplified-guide-to-the-gut-brain-axis/

    Sawubona https://www.globalonenessproject.org/library/interviews/sawubona

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  • Leo McKinstry discusses Patrick Hamilton's novels, actress Constance Smith and the National Liberal Party

    Leo McKinstry discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.

    Leo McKinstry is a journalist and author. His books include Boycs: The True Story (2000), Rosebery: Statesman in Turmoil (2005) and Attlee and Churchill: Allies in War, Adversaries in Peace (2020).

    The novels of Patrick Hamilton https://www.bookforum.com/print/1405/in-a-trio-of-novels-patrick-hamilton-offered-deft-portraits-of-the-english-working-class-as-world-war-ii-descended-their-republication-introduces-us-to-the-odd-booze-drenched-world-of-a-terrific-british-writer-2046 The New Brighton Tower in Wallesey http://www.hiddenwirral.org/the-new-brighton-tower/4590497180 Lord Rosebery https://www.lrb.co.uk/the-paper/v27/n18/ferdinand-mount/truffles-for-potatoes Constance Smith https://www.irishnews.com/news/northernirelandnews/2019/01/04/news/tale-of-limerick-actress-constance-smith-s-hollywood-tragedy-revealed-in-tv4-documentary-1520331/ The music of Andy Prior https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Zs3-NMKvD0 The National Liberal Party https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Liberal_Party_(UK,_1931)

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  • Helen Lewis discusses Barbara Castle, the Gombe chimp war and Tolstoy's midlife crisis

    Helen Lewis discusses with Ivan six things which she thinks should be better known.

    Helen Lewis is a British journalist who works as a Staff Writer at the Atlantic magazine, based in London. She hosts the longform interview series The Spark on BBC Radio 4, and her history of feminism, Difficult Women, was published in February 2020. Read more about Helen at https://helenlewiswrites.com/.

    The Modesty Blaise novels https://www.theguardian.com/books/2004/sep/19/crimebooks.features

    Barbara Castle https://www.lrb.co.uk/the-paper/v02/n19/edmund-dell/keeping-left

    Toxoplasma of rage https://slatestarcodex.com/2014/12/17/the-toxoplasma-of-rage/

    Gombe chimp war https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gombe_Chimpanzee_War

    Tolstoy’s midlife crisis https://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/facing-death-with-tolstoy

    Diana Mitford https://www.lrb.co.uk/the-paper/v21/n19/christopher-hitchens/what-a-lot-of-parties

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  • Film-maker Tim Tate discusses North Korea, Nuremberg and MI5

    Tim Tate discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.

    Tim Tate is a multi-award winning documentary film-maker, investigative journalist and best-selling author. Over a career spanning almost 40 years he has written for most national newspapers and made more than 80 documentaries for British and international broadcasters. His films have been honoured by Amnesty International, the Royal Television Society, UNESCO, the International Documentary Association, the Association for International Broadcasting, the US National Academy of Cable Broadcasting and the New York Festivals.

    He is the author of 17 published non-fiction books. His 2018 work, Hitler’s British Traitors (Icon Books, 2018) analysed hundreds of de-classified MI5 and UK Government files to reveal the untold story of espionage, sabotage and treachery by pro-Nazi British fascists during World War Two. It received extensive press and media coverage and was selected as Book of The Week by The Times. His book, Hitler’s Forgotten Children (Elliott & Thompson, 2015) which told the story of the Nazi Lebensborn program through the life story of one of its victims, Ingrid von Oelhafen, has been translated into nine languages and published in 16 countries.

    Full details of Tim’s books are at www.timtate.co.uk.

    The significance of the Nuremburg Trials https://eachother.org.uk/nuremberg-trials-still-matter/ The Songs of Pete Atkin & Clive James https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06nnnlc The Motion Picture, Sound and Video Holdings at the US National Archives https://www.archives.gov/research/motion-pictures North Korea https://theconversation.com/five-assumptions-we-make-about-north-korea-and-why-theyre-wrong-84771 William Horwood https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/book-review-the-velvet-underground-with-paws-for-thought-duncton-stone-william-horwood-harpercollins-15-99-pounds-1489024.html The secrecy of MI5 https://timtate.co.uk/blog/secrets-and-spies/
  • Simon Winchester discusses Francis Galton, the Aaland Islands and the Needham Question

    Author Simon Winchester discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.

    Simon Winchester is the acclaimed author of many books, including The Professor and the Madman, The Men Who United the States, The Map That Changed the World, The Man Who Loved China, A Crack in the Edge of the World, and Krakatoa, all of which were New York Times bestsellers and appeared on numerous best and notable lists. In 2006, Winchester was made an officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Her Majesty the Queen. He resides in western Massachusetts. You can learn more on his website: www.simonwinchester.com.

    The Antikythera Mechanism https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpLcnAIpVRA

    The Needham Question https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2008/08/14/the-passions-of-joseph-needham/

    The Five Civilized Tribes https://www.legendsofamerica.com/na-fivecivilizedtribes/

    The Skaergaard Intrusion https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skaergaard_intrusion

    Francis Galton https://www.lrb.co.uk/the-paper/v25/n23/andrew-berry/whenever-you-can-count

    6.The Settlement of the Aaland Island Dispute https://projects.au.dk/inventingbureaucracy/blog/show/artikel/the-aaland-islands-question-a-league-success-story/

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