Whether the Conservatives or Labour enter power, Farage's party will have no shortage of political ground to exploit.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has destroyed the peace in Europe for a generation.
Successive attempts by Labour and the Tories to update the service have done more bad than good. It's time to put the NHS in intensive care.
Leo Robson looks at the traditions underpinning Ian Rankin's The Beat Goes On and George Pelecanos' The Martini Shot and Other Stories.
The Murty Classical Library of India tackles a multilingual, epic tradition.
I didn’t really know what tonsils were but my 'uncle' Peter had taken me to see the Beatles.
Girl in a Band reaps the rewards of its introspective author with a pan-American story that will engross fans and non-fans alike.
The award-winning author talks to Erica Wagner.
Plus, why Wolf Hall should have character stats flash up - so you can remember who destroyed the most monastaries.
Tales from the Stave and The Film Programme on BBC Radio 4.
With the genius of fashion increasingly subsumed by the demands of mass commerce, it's hard not to implicate the industry in Galliano and McQueen's fates.
Biographies by Hugo Borst and Maarten Meijer get to know Manchester United's new manager.
Ryan Gilbey reviews It Follows, directed by David Robert Mitchell.
Plus Suffragettes Forever! – a good series let down by its tone and speed.
Money is becoming an idea actuated these days by an act no more physical than waving a card.
Football, where the dirty cockney and the whippet handler live on.
It's hard to draw the line between inciting fear, and giving a fair warning - as Colin and Mary's story proves.
In 1906, Bolton elected its first Labour MP.
Although I’d heard this debate rumbling on in the background since the 7/7 bombings, I never really considered what its impact might be on young and impressionable minds.
Spain and Portugal may have settled their differences, but when it comes to grapes, it's not so simple.
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