“I found something extraordinarily beautiful and extraordinarily radical. And I thought, wow, this is better than LSD”
Everyone in London theatre acknowledges that the white, upper-middle-class experience is over-represented.
According to the Saudis, Qatar is a sponsor of terrorism and is too close to Turkey and Iran.
Conservatives prize previous experience in finance over all else, yet it doesn’t translate to a great department of state.
The broadcaster enjoys such assaults, which undermine the usual claim that it is controlled by liberal lefties.
After May’s disastrous election campaign and the fall of Amber Rudd, the new Home Secretary is now a heavyweight contender for the leadership.
Precarious working conditions, social media obsessions and paranoid parenting are turning young people into extreme perfectionists – with alarming results.
On the bicentenary of his birth, Marx continues to be a key thinker thanks to his surprising faith in the individual.
In his Edinburgh clinic, the GP Gavin Francis sees more than his fair share of tattoos that ordinarily go unseen – and learns more about his patients as a result.
Who Killed Hunter S Thompson? is a big and beautiful compendium of friends’ reminiscences of the infamous writer.
The remake is a chance for Skam to find an even bigger audience, but it’s also a bid from Facebook to appeal to its dwindling teenage demographic.
A new poem by Anita Pati.
“It is an emergency – the survivors are 96, 97, 100 years old”
If social politics dominates these stories, national politics nibbles at the edges of them.
How Donald Trump combined the polar opposites of Aryan nationalism and the American Dream.
Peace’s treatment reads rather like a cover version in which the singer has added a load of unnecessary oohs and ahhs.
A stockbroker’s son and a CND-supporting poet: the two great commentators embodied the divisions at the heart of the game.
Working under Murdoch in the 1990s, I realised that he didn’t want to dominate the world – he just wanted to play with it.
One may conclude Raoul Peck’s biopic is so absorbing because Marx’s ideas remain so full of fire and so alive.
Having attended a comprehensive, I hope my appearance will encourage others in state education to apply to Oxbridge – and to be on the show.
Now in its 26th series, the show takes a song or a piece of music and looks at its impact.
In an age of #MeToo, Antonia Banderas’ Picasso strolls manfully in the opposite direction, portraying the artist’s priapism a good thing in and of itself.
In a month’s time, K— and I will be competing for sofas around the country.
The avian magicians spend months at sea, never touching land and taking only a moment’s rest now and then.
The ever-tightening squeeze on social care is just one way in which austerity is affecting my patients.
Fame, and social media, can flatten us out, making us cartoon-like, when actually we wish we were that simple.
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