If a movie is stripped down to its plot, the logic had better be watertight. This is transparently not the case here.
Springsteen’s memoir, Born to Run, is the most accomplished of the recent cavalcade of rock autobiographies.
Amitav Ghosh’s The Great Derangement poses two, thought-provoking questions about how we write about climate change.
A Farewell to Ice reveals the sad truth: one day Arctic ice, our planet's air con, will be gone.
What did anyone expect Savile to tell the documentary maker in 2000? And why would 75 minutes broadcast now un-muddy the waters?
It’s not the first time critics have attempted to use the biographical details of women’s lives to diminish their writing.
The former youth TV star discusses his transition from entertainment to factual programming, and his new documentary, Reggie Yates: Life and Death in Chicago.
Artists react to the news that their subcultural music streaming service may be heading for a commercial future.
Grutas Park, in Lithuania, is one of the world's strangest tourist attractions. But it also forces us to ask: how should we commemorate genocide?
Autumn is here, and I'm heading out with Ivor Cutler, forager, poet, songwriter and sage.
The Pigeon Tunnel turns to the two, ambigious relationships that fuel le Carré's work: that with his family, and with a secret world.
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