In this centenary year of her birth, Carrington is at last receiving the attention she deserves.
“I think it’s hard to not have influences from what you grew up listening to.”
The American conductor on why there aren’t more women following in her footsteps.
Anyone frustrated not to be served the Pablo Neruda story straight can commiserate with those viewers who were hoping that I Am Not Your Negro might deliver the life and times of James Baldwin.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s your friendly neighbourhood drone!
“I literally couldn’t believe I had to work in this thing. That I’d signed a contract...”
How Jed Mercurio turns acronyms into utterly natural TV dialogue, and makes lanyards so damned sexy, are two of the great mysteries of our age.
Too often, ageing societies are treated as problematic. Yet past generations would have marvelled at our longevity
The latest “mega-novel” from the celebrated French author of Zone is heavy on erudition but light on interest.
Byron floats in the background of Nicholas Pierpan’s William Wordsworth and Patrick Marber’s Don Juan in Soho.
Mark Cocker discovers the shocking damage caused by modern food production in Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were by Philip Lymbery
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