The big day is coming, and with it, the guarantee of rows with your nearest and dearest. From Brexit and the NHS to the climate crisis and vegetarianism, here are the books you need to win any festive dispute this year.
In his new book Outgrowing God, Professor Richard Dawkins explores how much of what we know about religion is true, and argues why we shouldn’t believe in God.
We asked Britain's most famous vicar to review Richard Dawkins' new book on atheism. Now the author has written a response. Together they make a fascinating debate about religion and the nature of belief.
In 2001 the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford held an exhibition called 'About Time', featuring clocks and timekeepers through the ages. Read the opening speech given by author Richard Dawkins below, featured in his latest collection of essays, Science in the Soul
In 1995 Richard Dawkins became the first holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair of the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University. He is the bestselling author of THE SELFISH GENE, CLIMBING MOUNT IMPROBABLE (Penguin, 1996) and UNWEAVING THE RAINBOW (Penguin, 1998).