27 Harry Potter terms defined (by someone who has also never read Harry Potter).
It wasn’t just Hollywood that revelled in the glorious adventures offered by the Western as a genre – Europe made its fair share, too.
Philip moved his court frequently and I believe his reasons had to do with drink: half of his lands produced wine, the other half beer.
An excerpt from Bare Reality, a project to further understanding of how women really feel about their breasts, and how they really look.
Our cultural picks for the week ahead.
It is astonishing, with actors as gifted as Colin Firth and Emma Stone, that Woody Allen’s latest film so badly misses the mark.
In her new book, This Changes Everything: Capitalism v the Climate, Naomi Klein provides a vividly reported and densely researched argument for how our future should look.
Lone Scherfig’s film adaptation of the 2010 play Posh feels unbalanced: we want to see a bit of naughty fun before the nastiness kicks in.
Cilla Black’s story is not exactly on-the-edge-of-your-seat exciting, for all that she knew the Beatles.
Tom Humberstone’s weekly comic.
An accident of gallery scheduling means that London currently has a sort of early-19th-century chat show in which the two painters converse.