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Little Atoms weekly round-up (the Clarkson-Ronson line)

Here's our weekly round-up from Little Atoms HQ

A poem for the Sun

Whether or not you were one of the lucky ones to have witnessed this mornings’ solar affair, fear not as little Atoms did one better than the planets aligning and teamed up with Penned in the Margins to bring you a new poem by Simon Barraclough. 

Jeremy Clarkson and the “lazy Irish”

Padraig Reidy unpicks the anti-irish prejudice behind Jeremy Clarkson's now infamous bust-up


Inside Mary Whitehouse

Writer and theatre-maker Phil Ormrod spent the last few months trying to tap into the psyche of Broadcaster Mary Whitehouse, only to emerge with a greater sense of free speech and censorship. 


Jon Ronson and Hannah Fry

This week on the Little Atoms Podcast, Neil Denny interviewed the writer Jon Ronson on his new book So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed and mathematician and complexity scientist Dr Hannah Fry. 


INTERPOL is becoming the chosen tool for tyrants

Mike Harris on why INTERPOL’s pursuit (the International Criminal Police Organization, not the post-punk band) of politically motivated cases have nothing to do with crime or justice.


In the particle of me that cares for this, I betrayed those little atoms with a kiss

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