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An event of the soul
By Alexandra Coghlan - 06 September 15:05

Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic.

B'stard is back
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 05 September 20:37

A documentary homage to the New Statesman.

The numbers game
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 04 September 14:57

Fabio Capello and the science of football formations.

The Friday Arts Diary
By Oliver Cussen - 03 September 15:14

Our cultural picks for the week ahead.

Auld Reekie and the fringe of the Fringe
By Gina Allum - 03 September 11:31

Our theatre blogger offers her verdict on this year's Edinburgh Fringe.

In the Critics this week
By Staff blogger - 02 September 12:14

Gabriel Josipovici asks: is the English novel dead? And Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja explains wh

Ralph Miliband on Labour memoirs
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 01 September 17:43

Blair's magnum opus confirms what Miliband père knew 50 years ago.

Reviews Round-up
By Staff blogger - 31 August 15:26

The critics' verdicts on Candia McWilliam, Ha-Joon Chang and V S Naipaul.

Gilbey on Film: the young ones
By Ryan Gilbey - 31 August 12:36

Which movies sum up your youth?

Words in Pictures: Karl Marlantes
By Staff blogger - 27 August 16:30

The novelist and Vietnam veteran Karl Marlantes reflects on the power of literature.

The Friday Arts Diary
By Oliver Cussen - 27 August 15:15

Our cultural picks for the week ahead.

In The Critics this week
By Staff blogger - 26 August 14:17

Robert Skidelsky on the future of capitalism, Bonnie Greer on Alvin Ailey and Ryan Gilbey on Scott P

Recommended Read: “The Cultural Front” by Michael Denning
By Oliver Cussen - 25 August 13:50

A history of the New Deal provides lessons for workers in today’s imperilled arts world.

Gilbey on Film: “Vampires Suck”? It really sucks
By Ryan Gilbey - 24 August 12:25

Why movie spoofs aren’t as funny as they used to be.

Reviews Round-up
By Staff blogger - 23 August 14:11

The critics’ verdicts on Daniel Swift, Louise Dean and Jeremy Lewis.

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