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Looking the Part - Soren and Daniel Analyze Bathroom Habits

Every morning when you wake up you (probably) do the same routine. In some order, you shower, use the toilet, shave and brush your teeth. In that respect, movie characters don't seem to exist in the same universe as us. Typically we only see them there if something important is happening, like if someone is taking a shower at the Bates Motel or if Danny Glover needs to use the toilet in 'Lethal Weapon 2'.


Nick Clegg, human rights and Ukip – Politics Weekly podcast

Simon Jenkins, Nick Cohen and Naomi Smith join Tom Clark to discuss the Liberal Democrat party conference; Conservative plans to reform the Human Rights Act and Ukip's parliamentary ambitions Dec 04, 2015

The Greek debt crisis and anti-extremism laws – Politics Weekly podcast

The panel discuss a rollercoaster week for Greece and the EU, and what the Tunisian beach massacre means for Liberal Toryism

Labour split on Syria and George Osborne's U-turns – Politics Weekly podcast

John Harris, Heather Stewart and Randeep Ramesh join Tom Clark to discuss Labour's struggle to find a unified position on Syria and George Osborne's autumn statement Nov 27, 2015

EU negotiations, SNP and Irish referendum – Politics Weekly podcast

Anne Perkins, Libby Brooks and Alberto Nardelli join Tom Clark to discuss David Cameron's EU strategy

Space talk: Ann Leckie and Caleb Scharf – books podcast

We turn our gaze to the stars, with multiple award-winning science fiction writer Ann Leckie and astrobiologist Caleb Scharf Dec 04, 2015

Kim Stanley Robinson and Sheldon Solomon on exploration and death – books podcast

Can humanity escape extinction by reaching for the stars? We confront final questions with the science fiction novelist Kim Stanley Robinson and the psychologist Sheldon Solomon• Science fiction: the realism of the 21st century Dec 04, 2015

Zero-hours contracts and anti-immigration mugs – Politics Weekly podcast

Zoe Williams, Hugh Muir and Michael White join Tom Clark to discuss the first week of official election campaigning

Gaia Vince, Oliver Morton and the verdict on Morrissey – books podcast

We find out what Morrissey's novel tells us about this charming man, catch up with Royal Society prizewinner Gaia Vince and hear Oliver Morton's plans for reshaping the planet Dec 04, 2015

Reading tips for 2015 and James Wallman on the perils of possessions – books podcast

A look at the most appetising new books due out this year, with novels from Kazuo Ishiguro, Anne Tyler and Sarah Hall and much to read about the general election. Plus James Wallman on the dangers of having too much stuff Dec 04, 2015


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