By Ryan Gilbey - 11 March 16:47
Jonathan Glazer's new film Under the Skin, starring Scarlett Johansson, took fourteen years to make it to the big screen. Novelist and screenwriter Alexander Stuart recalls the project's early days.
By Tom Humberstone - 07 March 16:18
Tom Humberstone's weekly observational comic for the NS.
By Ian Steadman - 07 March 12:55
How fast can you read? Not as fast as you could, according to Spritz.
By Ryan Gilbey - 06 March 18:06
Anderson’s style became paralysed around the time of The Royal Tenenbaums and this is no exception.
By Philip Hoare - 06 March 18:00
At London Zoo, Jumbo was assumed into the British imagination as a gentle giant.
By Matthew Sperling - 06 March 11:00
Two new collections by Scottish poets characterised by sharp attention to detail.
By Tricia Lowther - 06 March 10:48
A good book should be open to anyone, so why do some children’s publishers restrict readership according to gender?
By Lynsey Hanley - 06 March 10:25
The sad disappearance of the British “average neighbourhood”.
By Nina Caplan - 06 March 10:06
It's not all about whisky north of the border.
By Katy Shaw - 06 March 10:05
Writing was fundamental to the protest, yet the poems and songs have been largely lost from popular memory.
By Tom Dyckhoff - 06 March 10:01
Foster, Rogers and co began their careers with radical and idealistic values. So why did they end up building flats for oligarchs?
By Val McDermid - 06 March 10:00
The Scottish capital has a long tradition of crime fiction. Now one of the genre’s modern proponents comes home.
By Antonia Quirke - 06 March 10:00
Included the writer’s many nods to literature and film, absent from the film version.
By Rachel Cooke - 06 March 10:00
The legal drama in which m’learned ladies aren’t just tolerated but adored.