A new book by Liam Byrne explains that the British government is making a critical mistake in its methods of combating home-grown extremism.
On the pop culture podcast this week: Zadie Smith’s novel Swing Time, teen movie The Edge of Seventeen and the 2015 film Maggie’s Plan.
Thank You for Being Late: an Optimist's Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations restates the dominant doctrine of America's political centre – with some added name-dropping, of course.
Whitehead’s prize-winning novel of slavery in America is his finest work yet.
As Douglas Smith wisely surmises in his new book, trying to separate the mythology of Rasputin from the man himself is nearly impossible.
The author of Swing Time on Michael Jackson, female friendships and how writers can bring down Donald Trump.
There is a nervous energy in her writing which drives this relatively plotless novel forward.
On the pop culture podcast this week: the eagerly-awaited Gilmore Girls revival on Netflix, new graphic novel memoir Saving Grace and the 1938 film Bringing Up Baby.
The Smith's star reveals little of his shared past with Morrissey in this enjoyable book which charts his later career.
Elif Shafak reviews this new memoir which charts the Libyan-British author's return to his fatherland after years in exile, which resonates with her own experiences.
Andrew Marr on the work of the award-winning left-wing writer and artist at 90.
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