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Somebody I Used to Know
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Enlightenment Now
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Fragile Lives
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This is Going to Hurt
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Eat Up
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The Idiot Brain
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Man of Iron
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Reality Is Not What It Seems
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The Making Of The British Landscape
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Blue Planet II
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How Not To Die
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Adam Rutherford's Best Science Reads of 2017

From a love letter to space to a graphic novel that takes in the Big Bang and hip hop, Adam Rutherford picks his favourite books of 2017.

Doctor's Orders: Adam Kay Prescribes the Best Medical Reads

Ripping off the sticking plaster to reveal the gory truth beneath, former doctor turned comedian Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt is a hilarious, no holds barred account of six years on the front line of the NHS. Here he introduces readers to what life is really like for a junior doctor and recommends his favourite medical reads.

Life on the Front Line: Henry Marsh and John Sutherland in Discussion

What is it really like to work on the front line of Britain’s public services? What does it mean when every day might involve someone’s life in the balance? What does it cost to put the welfare of others above your own? In a frank and unflinching discussion, Henry Marsh, former NHS surgeon and author of the bestselling books Do No Harm and Admissions and John Sutherland, Metropolitan Police Officer and author of the memoir Blue, lift the veil on life beyond the blue flashing lights.