Isabel Langguth explores the history of book banning and why it is still happening today.
Isabel Langguth discusses long-term relationships and why they are not always sunshine and rainbows for everyone.
As LGBTQIA+ history month draws to a close, Isabel Langguth recommends some Queer books that’ll keep the conversation going.
Isabel Langguth investigates the Prince Andrew controversy, and the potential implications for the royal family.
Harvey Isitt and Isabel Langguth make a political playlist for protest, activism and change.
Isabel Langguth discusses the proposed ban on conversion therapy and what this may mean for the LGBT+ community.
Work from home has not been the decline of productivity that every big business had predicted it to be. It has hurt normal human habits and mental health, but studies have shown that employees are not unmotivated. The age-old narrative of employees solely being motivated by material gains and self-interest, and that they won’t work without supervision from higher-ups, is but a myth. It does not justify widespread breach of privacy.