The response of some Labour MPs to Javid’s promotion was idiotic.
However it ends, the climax of Mad Men will be perhaps television's most influential ending.
Juliet Jacques talk to US journalist Janet Mock about her book Redefining Realness.
The veteran actress best known for Murder, She Wrote had an emotional return to her East End roots this month with a series of screenings and a personal appearance.
With Silent Spring, Rachel Carson helped to launch the modern ecology movement – but it is her sea trilogy that captures her spirit.
A disturbingly funny account of sibling loss. But not the usual kind of sibling.
The Norwegian government keeps book publishers alive.
Live opera is as physical as art gets, though you would never know that from sitting in any major opera house.
To remain uncut, I was told, is to remain spiritually cut off from the Jewish people.
From the archive, 6 September 1958: Working-class people "are attracted to certain American novels, I think, chiefly because they find in them a wider emotional keyboard and a more demotic (less class-defined) language than in most contemporary British novels."
It started inauspiciously with the never remotely amusing Big Bird as the subject of Tweet of the Day.
Husband and wife duo Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani's have created a new giallo film with all the necessary beauty and depravity expected of the genre, but without the intelligence and terror of a classic.