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#1 - Olly Mann - Reflecting on inequality and how literature might be used to predict war

95 mins | Jul 8, 2021

Your audio magazine curated by Olly Mann to help you sail into the weekend. This week, how the german military used novels to try to predict the world’s next wars, whether monetary policy is the solution to inequality and whether working at the weekend is doing your career any good. Olly Mann is a columnist for Reader's Digest and the host of BBC Radio 4's 'Four Thought'. He has presented shows for LBC, Magic and 5 Live and his award-winning podcasts include The Week Unwrapped, The Modern Mann, The Retrospectors and Answer Me This! Full story list below: 02.21 - Story 1 - The Economist: How to assess the costs and benefits of lockdowns 21.28 - Story 2 - Financial Times: Monetary policy the solution to inequality 29.47 - Story 3 - The Guardian: ‘At first I thought, this is crazy’: the real-life plan to use novels to predict the next war 61.33 - Story 4 - Psyche: Sometimes, paying attention means we see the world less clearly 74.13 - Story 5 - Bloomberg: Believe in Capitalism? Then Don't Work on Weekends 92.24 - Story 6 - The Guardian: Why 'Bushman banter' was crucial to hunter-gatherers' evolutionary success

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