Helen Lewis is deputy editor of the New Statesman. She has presented BBC Radio 4’s Week in Westminster and is a regular panellist on BBC1’s Sunday Politics.
The classicist stays polite while being assailed by people with PhDs from the University of Extreme Self-Regard.
Why is Frasier such a great comedy? Not because of barbed one-liners or high farce, but because it had a heart.
Which sex is better at what skills is less important than which skills we value in the first place.
If you were to believe many of the mainstream media and leading politicians, you’d think that the UK doesn’t have a problem with milk theft.
Employers know what you are worth with far more accuracy than you do.
The RSC production leaves you wondering if you have ever seen the real monarch.
The Labour leader has told Andrew Marr that his party wants to leave the single market.
The whole premise of the show is a pretty good metaphor for the current state of British politics.
The Labour leader has told Theresa May he will back the Tories if the government wants to reform legislation about changing your legal gender.
The Almeida's young associate director has a reputation for criticising the rest of the theatre world. But, he says, he's just trying to strip away the “plastic casing” from classic texts such as Hamlet and 1984.