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  • Atheism: All That Matters

    By Dylan Evans
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    An Audience with Tony Benn

    By Tony Benn, Tony Benn
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    Tony Benn
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    Tony Benn
    After he announced his retirement to 'spend more time with politics', much loved parliamentarian Tony Benn brought his unmistakable presence to the stage in a sell-out 'Evening With' event. His only props: a flask of tea, some rubbed tobacco and his trademark pipe...An Audience with Tony Benn is a mix of politics, opinion and debate as the man himself explores issues of today spiced with memories of the past. He then fields questions from a live audience, answered with his usual mixture of insight, analysis and piercing wit.(P)2002 Hodder & Stoughton Audiobooks
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  • Autism Spectrum Disorder: All That Matters

    By Lorna Selfe
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    Lorna Selfe
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  • Animal Rights: All That Matters

    By Mark Rowlands
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    Mark Rowlands
    Animal Rights is a big deal. From animal testing to vegetarianism, and hunting to preservation of fish stocks, it's a topic that's always in the news. Mark Rowlands, author of The Philosopher and the Wolf, is the world's best known philosopher of animal rights. In this, the first introduction he has written to the topic, he starts by asking whether there is anything about humans that makes us psychologically or physiologically distinctive - so that there might be a moral justification for treating animals in a different way to how we treat humans. From this foundation, he goes on to explore specific issues of eating animals, experimentation, pets, hunting, zoos, predation and engineering animals. He ends with a challenging argument of how an improved understanding of animal ethics can and should affect readers' choices.
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  • Animal Rights: All That Matters

    By Mark Rowlands
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    Mark Rowlands
    Animal Rights is a big deal. From animal testing to vegetarianism, and hunting to preservation of fish stocks, it's a topic that's always in the news. Mark Rowlands, author of The Philosopher and the Wolf, is the world's best known philosopher of animal rights. In this, the first introduction he has written to the topic, he starts by asking whether there is anything about humans that makes us psychologically or physiologically distinctive - so that there might be a moral justification for treating animals in a different way to how we treat humans. From this foundation, he goes on to explore specific issues of eating animals, experimentation, pets, hunting, zoos, predation and engineering animals. He ends with a challenging argument of how an improved understanding of animal ethics can and should affect readers' choices.
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    An Evening with Johnners

    By Brian Johnston
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    Brian Johnston
    Reminiscing about his long life and career at the BBC, Brian talks about many of the diverse occasions and programmes with which he was involved He also indulges in his well-known love of (rather bad) jokes and puns.In this revised edition of An Evening with Johnners, which contains previously unreleased material, the sheer warmth of Brian's personality comes across to the listener, and it is virtually impossible not to feel at one with the members of the highly appreciative theatre audience.
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    An Audience with Barry Norman

    By Barry Norman, Barry Norman
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    Barry Norman
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    Barry Norman
    Barry Norman is Britain's best known and most respected film critic and he was the presenter of the celebrated Film... series on BBC television for more than 25 years.In his popular one-man show Barry recalls the most memorable moments in his long career with a rich and varied selection of anecdotes about his encounters with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, Peter Sellers, John Wayne, Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and many more.Barry Norman is a knowledgeable and witty raconteur and this is a unique opportunity for film lovers to hear many great stories about Hollywood's most famous stars and their antics both on and off screen.(p) 2004 BarryMour Productions
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    The Art of War

    By James Clavell, Sun Tzu
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    James Clavell, Sun Tzu
    Sun Tzu was one of the greatest army generals who ever lived. He wrote The Art Of War in the fifth century BC and yet his words are still resoundingly relevant to our modern lives. His writings on aspects of warfare from the laying of plans to the tactics and psychology of manoeuvering an army, to the proper use of spies, resonate for us in today's world of cut-throat, ruthless business. With James Clavell's insightful foreword and notes, this classic is widely seen as a necessity on the bookshelf of military leaders and boardroom executives alike.
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