If a movie is stripped down to its plot, the logic had better be watertight. This is transparently not the case here.
I don’t mind the frisson of fear – without it, I might relapse into Kingoonya altogether.
Following the BBC’s adaptation of the classic and controversial novel by D H Lawrence, Dr Sally Minogue examines the book, the characters and the author from a feminist perspective.
On a rock in the Atlantic, I felt the magic of place.
Watching the game was grim. Hearing it, too, would only have made it worse.
The clichéd decade: Cradle to Grave and Danny and the Human Zoo reviewed.
Closed Curtain, by Jafar Panahi, was created despite its director’s house arrest in Iran.
Iris Murdoch can bring you into a whole new world. How can radio capture her?
“Weren’t you meant to see Blair this morning?” “Um, yeah. I didn’t really feel like it.”
Now that the interview-based podcast WTF has had millions of downloads and featured guests from Iggy Pop and Barack Obama, what does its host Marc Maron want to say?
New books by Simon Armitage and Patrick Barkham follow walks through the south of England.
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