Two books by Evan Davis and Matthew d’Ancona explore the concept of post-truth.
Although Eurovision song lyrics are not permitted to be political, the 2016 Ukrainian entry has found a way of bringing an historical injustice into present-day popular culture.
Ultimate Questions by Bryan Magee invites us to reconsider the very nature of truth - but its answers are sometimes vague.
Walsh's short stories are elegant, but the closed-off life they portray is an impoverished one for anybody.
Stéphane Heuet's illustrated adaptation of Swann's Way is a triumph.
I loved the walled garden until one day a sign appeared, placed there by developers and warning me to keep out.
Mervyn King's The End of Alchemy is rigorous - but his “audacity of pessimism” may be more pessimistic than audacious.
And it overlooks UK television's very real diversity problem to say it is.
This week, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival will bring some of the world's most moving films to the big screen. But should we feel guilty for enjoying them?
The production designer Ken Adam, famous for his work on Dr Strangelove and seven James Bond films, has died at the age of 95.
Antisocial and curious, rude and generous, a literary EastEnders fan – my friend was full of contradictions.
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