The author of Swing Time on Michael Jackson, female friendships and how writers can bring down Donald Trump.
The announcement of Cohen’s death is a reminder of what real grief feels like.
A show about making money on political betting markets ended up being about much, much more.
As Bowie seems to have known his terminal cancer prognosis for much of the period of working on the show, there is a grave fascination to Lazarus.
She learned Article 50 off by heart and faced off against Nigel Farage on The Andrew Marr Show. But Miller says it's not just about Europe.
The composer is writing one new piece of music a week for the BBC station's breakfast show – mostly, by hiding in the spare room.
The appearance of extraterrestrial craft, a dead daughter who used to sculpt aliens: Arrival's forced mystique fails to land.
This year’s is a hollow disgrace.
No one ever changed the world by boycotting, or even burning down, a fancy-dress shop or Tex-Mex restaurant, and no one will.
Whilst cheering for little iguanas, very few people gave a second thought to the plight of the snakes left hungry on the beach.
A new book by James Sharpe investigates of our deep-rooted addiction to brutality.
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