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Most Wanted - March 19

The Creativity Code: How Ai is Learning to Write Paint and Think

Professor Marcus Du Sautoy - Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University

How much of our emotional response to art is a product of our brains reacting to pattern and structure, and exactly what does it mean to be creative in mathematics, art, language and music?

Talk to Me: Amazon, Google, Apple and the Race for Voice-Controlled AI

James Vlahos: Veteran Tech Journalist

'James Vlahos has written an excellent book on how voice computing has become more and more of a growing presence in our everyday world.’ RAY KURZWEIL, author of The Singularity Is Near

The Mother of All Jobs

Christine Armstrong, contributing editor of Management Today, mother of three.

Brings together the wisdom of the women who opened up about everything (and we mean everything) into a manifesto for happy professional families. Ignoring the glossy lives presented on social media, this book shows that, while it's not always pretty, working parents can thrive if they have the knowledge others learnt the hard way.

How to Steal Fire - The Myths of Creativity Exposed

Rogert Mavity and Stephen Bayley: Design Gurus

Debunks the myths and common misconceptions that form our current thinking around the complex subject of creativity.

The Art of Creativity: The Daily Habits of Highly Creative People.

Susie Pearl; Top Mentor and Holistic Coach

Containing practical tools and exercises, alongside personal interviews with leading artists such as David Lynch and Paul McCartney, THE ART OF CREATIVITY will reveal a more fulfilled, passionate and creative you.

Digital Etiquette: Everything you wanted to know about modern manners but were afraid to ask.

Victoria Turk; Senior Editor at WIRED

Irreverent journey through the murky world of digital etiquette, WIRED's Victoria Turk provides an indispensable guide to minding our manners in a brave new online world.

Brave New Work: Are You Ready to Reinvent Your Organization?

Aaron Dignan

Using stories from companies at the cutting edge of organisational transformation, Brave New Work will show you how to transform your team, department and business from the inside out, making work more adaptable, abundant and human.

Good Bank, Bad Bank, How I Started a Revolution and Changed Banking Forever

Anne Boden, founded Starling Bank, the winner of Best British Bank at the British Bank Awards 2018.

Insider account of one woman's quest to revolutionise Britain's broken banking system.

A Woman of No Importance

Sonia Purnell. Biographer

Based on new and extensive research, Sonia Purnell has for the first time uncovered the full secret life of Virginia Hall--an astounding and inspiring story of heroism, spycraft, resistance, and personal triumph over shocking adversity. A Woman of No Importance is the breathtaking story of how one woman's fierce persistence helped win the war.

Clearing The Air; The Beginning and the End of Air Pollution

Tim Smedley, award-winning sustainability journalist.

Essential reading for anyone who cares about the air they breathe. And this much becomes clear: in the fight against air pollution, we all have a part to play. The fightback has begun. 'Compulsory reading' says Chris Boardman, 'Read this book and join the effort to terminate air pollution' says Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The Vinyl Frontier - The Story of The Voyager Golden Record

Jonathan Scott; writer and record collector.

Tells the story of NASA's interstellar mix-tape, from first phone call to final launch, when Voyager 1 and 2 left our planet bearing their hopeful message from the Summer of '77 to a distant future.

How to Lead Smart People: Leadership for professionals

Mike Mister and Arun Singh

Teaches you core skills such as decision making and delegating, but also soft skills such as delivering good and bad news to team members and how to realise more general aims such as building trust and growing your team. 

The Battle for Sky: The Murdochs, Disney, Comcast and the Future of Entertainment

Christopher Williams, Telegraph's Deputy Business Editor

Featuring interviews with key individuals and stakeholders from around the world, The Battle for Sky offers a timely and intriguing glimpse into the workings of media empires.

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