Caroline Crampton is assistant editor of the New Statesman. She writes a weekly podcast column.
With a lot of commemorative art to compete with, the premiere of Lancaster's new piece could have used, well, more passion.
The Raleigh Ringers, an ensemble from North Carolina that formed in 1990, exist to convince the world it needs to hear handbell music.
In short: no. And agricultural subsidies, development funding for poorer areas and scientific research wouldn’t disappear in the event of Brexit, so the UK government would still bear those costs.
On the behind-the-scenes story of Hillary Clinton’s closest aide.
I wanted to find out how our digital hierarchies operate, so I asked people how they communicate with their family, friends, and colleagues.
Sounds and Sweet Airs: the Forgotten Women of Classical Music by Anna Beer reviewed.
Between the delights of reconstructed sonatas and Thomas Gould's "violin hair", the paradoxically intricate simplicity of Bach shone in Baroque Encounters.
From The Thirty-Nine Steps to a potted history of England, the books we're given can have a big impact.
Overnight, we went from the closest of pals to less than casual acquaintances.
The controller of Radio 4, on grumpy listeners, budget cuts and government interference at the BBC.
No country has ever left the EU before, so there's no map for where we're going.
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