Caroline Crampton is assistant editor of the New Statesman. She writes a weekly podcast column.
The American conductor on why there aren’t more women following in her footsteps.
On 20 June 1988, a group of left-wing novelists, playwrights and thinkers gathered at Antonia Fraser’s house, determined to do something about the lack of opposition in British politics.
Radio 2’s 100th-birthday tribute reveals how Lynn was forced to change her voice.
The government shows “naivety” to think that threatening to become “the tax haven of Europe” will result in a better exit deal with the EU, says the former chair of the public accounts committee.
Membra Jesu Nostri is set in seven sections, each corresponding to a party of the body. Plus: Rigoletto at the London Coliseum.
Where once the nation would listen to radio events together, now, it is the booming podcast market that commands our attention
Performances by Angela Gheorghiu and Jonas Kaufmann provide the perfect opportunity to reflect on operatic star power.
The shows experimenting with ways to broaden the conversation about the hit Broadway musical.
From Uber to drones, Amy Webb attempts to forecast how technology will change the world.
New shows are promising better political conversations across America’s divides.
The Zombie PM