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Psychologists at London South Bank University have cunningly disguised a lab as a pub in order to research our drinking habits.
Peter Wilby’s First Thoughts.
The mindset that believes, against all evidence, that governments are just desperate to give money to anyone who isn’t white, male and a citizen.
The horror, the horror.
John Banville's Benjamin Black novels are irresistable. It's as if Henry James were writing under the pseudonym of Arthur Conan Doyle.
It’s not surprising that alienation is a persistent theme in much of the country’s fiction.
A new exhibition surveys artistic visions of decay.
Green fingerdom throughout the ages in the face of wars, poverty and social upheaval.
Jude Rogers talks to the pop princess about gay best friends, life after breast cancer and why she spent New Year alone.
The story of a Sicilian hit man whose life is changed by the blind sister of his intended target struggles on the border between grittiness and sentimentality.
The BBC’s new comedy W1A is for anyone who has ever spent a morning wondering how long people can get away with saying the same thing over and over again while drinking Hildon mineral water.
If only you could still sit next to the pilot.
Back in the press box again.
The new multicultural South Africa should stop banging on about Pinotage and embrace Cinsault, a French grape so cosmopolitan that it’s even comfortable with curry.
This is my default way of dealing with things. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.
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