Little Atoms started life as a radio show on Resonance FM in 2005, broadcasting from a tiny, ramshackle studio above an Indian restaurant on London’s Denmark Street. From Day One, Little Atoms defined its duty as defending rationalism, science and free inquiry.
Over a decade, the radio show interviewed leading lights in science, literature, politics and arts.
In January 2015, Little Atoms launched its editorial website, and later that year, the Little Atoms magazine. Little Atoms continues to stand for reason and open debate. We like an elegant idea, clearly expressed.
The Little Atoms radio show is broadcast every Wednesday morning at 11am (London time) Resonance 104.4fm.
Issue 2 of the award-winning Little Atoms magazine is here, featuring new illustration from Molly Crabapple, essays by Orwell-Prize winner Iona Craig and Turkish novelist Ece Temelkuran, as well as interviews with writers Francis Spufford, DJ Taylor and Juliet Jacques, and features on the hidden history of the Conservatives’ first ethnic minority MP, the mysterious world of epigenetics, and the curious tale of the World League for Sexual Reform.
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