January 3, 2015by The Listener
COVER STORY: How the move towards experientialism can transform your life.
The age of experience
Just as materialism transformed life in the 20th century, experientialism has the power to do the same in the 21st century, says the author of an influential new book. by Sally Blundell
This old guy’s making a list of resolutions and checking it twice, lest he forget it, too. by David Hill
2014 in photos
The haunting images of a troubled year.
Thinking woman’s crumpet Benedict Cumberbatch talks to Alexander Bisley about his latest film project.
The right song at the right time can set the world alight, writes Mike Chunn.
BOOKS & CULTURE
As I see it
Comedian David Mitchell on hypocrisy, poshness and what gets him really angry. by Mark Broatch
International non-fiction A roundup by Dale Williams
Dance The Royal New Zealand Ballet’s new artistic director likens his dancers to a Ferrari
Music From Nathan Haines, Robert Wyatt and the Velvet Underground
Film The Imitation Game, The Water Diviner and our take on what’s on now
Culture vulture by Veronica Schmidt (unlocked)
Bulletin from Abroad David Mahon in Beijing
The Internaut Toby Manhire (unlocked)
TV Review: The best & worst of 2014 Diana Wichtel
Life Bill Ralston
Quips & quotes
Life in New Zealand
Caption competition (unlocked)
Health, plus Health briefs Ruth Nichol
Nutrition, plus iEat Jennifer Bowden
Science Rebecca Priestley
Psychology Marc Wilson
Food Lauraine Jacobs
Wine Michael Cooper
Sport Paul Thomas
Diversions & puzzles, including Wordsworth Michael Collins
Television Fiona Rae
Online Fiona Rae (unlocked)
TV films Fiona Rae
Radio Fiona Rae
TV and radio programming
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