The bricks of prejudice: a temple to health and inequality in Edwardian England
(6 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst takes a trip to the baths to discover what makes a building great.
A French woman’s take on la Reine Elizabeth
Lisa Fraser offers a Gallic perspective on the death of the British monarch.
Portraits of beauty and corruption: the danse macabre of the Countess of Castiglione
(3 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst comes face to face with the disfiguring power of time.
The triumph of the playboy: how the sexual revolution has turned against women
(4 minute read) Two leading feminist authors talk about sex and ask whether changes from the 1960s onwards have helped or harmed women. Michael Kirke listened in.
“For 70 years the Queen turned up”
(5 minute read) Alex Osborne reflects on life and legacy of the late Queen. Constantly 'on show' for all her life, Elizabeth II gave an outstanding example of humble and consistent public service.
The Adamah Antidote: Episode 4
In our latest podcast episode, our host Ronnie Convery chats with writer Rosemary Black about some of her recent Adamah articles.
What future for child soldiers?
(5 minute read) Adrien Seewald examines the heartbreaking plight of children forced to fight.
The end of Roe v Wade must be the start of dialogue
(5 minute read) Katelyn Hannel says pro-life and pro-choice campaigners should stop misrepresenting each other.
The likeness of Agnes Bamber
(5 minute read) A discovery in a charity shop in Manchester, Northern England, leads Adam Brocklehurst to reflect on relationships across social divides.
(6 minute read) Lisa Fraser finds a little known centre in London which speaks loudly of the sufferings and the wisdom of the Jewish people.