30 April 2013
Listen again: Profile Books authors on BBC Radio 4
23 April 2013
Profile authors at Hay Festival 2013
22 April 2013
Alison Wolf’s THE XX FACTOR stirs up debate
18 April 2013
Raja Shehadeh shortlisted for the Orwell Prize 2013
28 March 2013
NOISE: A Human History by David Hendy – extract
21 March 2013
Raja Shehadeh long-listed for The Orwell Prize
13 March 2013
NOISE: BBC Radio 4 clip – listen
25 February 2013
Q&A with David Hendy, author of NOISE
20 February 2013
How to Deliver Perfect Customer Service
18 February 2013
Shopping, Seduction and Mr Selfridge is a top-seller
13 February 2013
SWISS MADE author R. James Breiding appears on CNBC
07 February 2013
WHY NATIONS FAIL wins big at Political Book Awards
04 February 2013
Katie Kitamura’s GONE TO THE FOREST finally goes to the bookshops
04 February 2013
Richard Mabey: Long May He Rain!
29 January 2013
WHAT HAS NATURE EVER DONE FOR US? A new Sunday Times bestseller
16 January 2013
Follow the Noise
10 January 2013
Ask yourself, what has nature ever done for us?
04 December 2012
Roman Krznaric’s lecture now a RSA Animate
03 December 2012
Robert Greene visits the London Real studios
16 November 2012
Orwell-prize-winning author Raja Shehadeh comes to Soho Theatre
14 November 2012
Robert Greene in London to launch Mastery 19-23 November
08 November 2012
The Sleeping Army longlisted for Carnegie Medal
01 November 2012
Mastery – the official trailer
30 October 2012
On The Map – Waterstones Book of the Year?
30 October 2012
Profile has three titles on the CMI shortlist
29 October 2012
Profile Books takes over Tindal Street Press publishing
25 October 2012
Dimbleby’s BBC2 TV documentary transmission date confirmed!
09 October 2012
Profile Books at the Cheltenham Festival 2012
27 September 2012
It’s Labour conference time – make sure you’re Off-Message!
17 September 2012
SPELL IT OUT – Brits care more about spelling than food and sex!
10 September 2012
John Gimlette wins the Dolman Prize
13 August 2012
Why Nations Fail longlisted for business book award
28 June 2012
WAIT a minute …
03 February 2012
The Library Book – out now
09 January 2012
‘Calories and Corsets’ – the antidote to New Year New You
21 November 2011
‘A Walk-On Part’ opens to critical acclaim in London
18 November 2011
Marshall Goldsmith – Winner of the 2011 Thinkers50 Leadership Award
07 November 2011
THE SLEEPING ARMY by Francesca Simon – out now
27 September 2011
Indie Alliance sets up loyalty card scheme
13 September 2011
Bobby Baker wins the MIND Book of the Year 2011
08 September 2011
Simon Jenkins’ A SHORT HISTORY OF ENGLAND is published
25 July 2011
Alan Bennett speaks out against library closures
15 July 2011
Wall of Days – an Amazon Rising Star
19 May 2011
Missed Fukuyama’s tour? Don’t worry!
16 May 2011
Alan Bennett comes to Exmouth Market
12 May 2011
Beard shortlisted for BAFTA
05 May 2011
Fukuyama comes to Britain
21 April 2011
One million views and counting…
15 April 2011
Samuel Johnson Longlist
30 March 2011
Welcome to our new website
29 March 2011
World’s first decision making engine is launched
29 March 2011
The Clerkenwell Press launches
Hay Festival in Wales celebrates great writing from poets and scientists, lyricists and comedians, novelists and environmentalists, and the power of great ideas to transform our way of thinking. This year the festival will run from...
Polly Morland, author of The Society of Timid Souls will be speaking at three events during How The Light Gets In philosophy festival which takes place in Hay on Wye, from 23nd May to 2nd June 2013. Polly’s...
Paul Cézanne set 20th century painting on its course. ‘His art is giddying and heady….the world looks different as you walk away’ (Julian Bell, The Guardian). Alex Danchev’s dazzling new biography makes a major contribution...
From the awe-inspiring medieval Mappa Mundi and the early explorers’ maps to treasure maps and the satellite renderings on our smart phones, Simon Garfield explores the unique way that maps relate and realign our history-and...
Tony Juniper’s What Has Nature Ever Done for Us? is a book full of immediate, impactful stories, containing both warnings (such as in the tale of India’s vultures, killed off by drugs given to cattle,...
Maps fascinate many of us. They chart our understanding of the world and they log our progress, but above all they tell our stories. From the early sketches of philosophers and explorers through to Google...
In his highly entertaining (and persuasive) book, Sam Leith examines the art of persuasion from its Attic origins to its twenty-first century apotheosis. He tells the stories of its heroes and villains – from Hitler...
Few sensations feel better than when your mind does a backflip and, all of a sudden, you are suddenly able to see things in new and unexpected ways. At TEDGlobal 2013, themed “Think Again,” you’ll...
Bernie Krause records the sounds of endangered biospheres. His soundscapes uncover nature’s rich sonic tapestry — along with some unexpected results. He’ll be speaking about natural sounds at TEDGlobal 2013 as part of the Listening to...
The British victory at the Battle of El Alamein in November 1942 inspired one of Churchill’s most famous sayings: ‘This is not the end, it is not even the beginning of the end, but it...