We all want to discover who we truly are – but what happens when we don't like what we find?
Garth Greenwell's debut novel is marked by a feeling that consolation, or even moral action, is impossible.
The digital revolution has turned pop into a world of smart playlists and surprise albums. Yet the way we engage with music remains remarkably similar.
Analysing the key, pitch, tempo and lyrics of past Eurovision winners and losers shows us that we’ve got it all wrong.
Heart of a Dog feels more than simply human: a consideration of the relationship between life, death and love, that focuses on the passing of Anderson’s dog Lolabelle.
No-one speaks plain English in Sky Atlantic's latest export, but with compelling characters – and a great set of eyebrows – it hardly seems to matter.
Richard Linklater's new study of masculinity may be a little off in the details, but there are some meaningful details among the slogans.
WGN beams out from Chicago – but is at as terrible as some people claim?
How do we respond to celebrities talking openly about fame and mental health?
Lisa Owens' funny, serious debut marks her out as one to watch.
Fertility is perhaps the crucial factor in the history of Sicily.
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