Russell Brand guest edit
Mainstream media are the most effective weapon of oppression humanity has ever seen - but the wall of propaganda comes crashing down once you can't afford to eat.
The biggest known star in the universe is about to blow. This kind of thing doesn't happen every day - and when it does, something extremely interesting usually happens.
Polly spoke about everything from the lot of women in Uganda (“Some people say there are improvements, but . . .”) to her broken marriage (“He stopped coming home, so I followed him to his place of work . . .”).
Ambassadors reserves at least as much of its firepower for naive human rights workers, heritage fetishists in mob caps and those dreary dumbos who believe it’s no more difficult to export culture than it is to crate up a few bottles of HP Sauce.
Edward Snowden saw things he thought we, as Americans, should know. He valued the truth and thought you could handle it, says Alec Baldwin.
Three new books you may have missed.
Helen Fielding's Bridget Jones: Mad About The Boy versus William Boyd's Solo.
User-generated content is driving out expert or elite opinion and this is affecting the film reviewing trade in particular.
Winning the Turner Prize would matter to "my mum and dad and to the commercial galleries that represent me."