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The New Yorker journalist, who has died aged 86, was one of the greatest practitioners of her trade, as well as its most penetrating interrogator.
The Nigerian author’s blistering polemic reveals some uncomfortable truths about young progressives on social media.
The human rights campaigner reflects on cancel culture and life as an activist.
Recorded on location at the RSPB Strumpshaw Fen, the programme is peppered with birdsong and the buzz of grasshoppers, giving it a lively, absorbing feel.
In this tedious and excruciating film, Sharon Horgan and James McAvoy play a warring couple trapped together in lockdown.
Two new books argue politics is too often arrogantly distant from the things that really matter.
A well-meaning scientist with an interest in mushrooms travels to a remote ecological centre in the aftermath of an unspecified, disastrous plague.
In his new book Seven Ways to Change the World, the former prime minister achieves a fluency in prose that he rarely managed in office.
Why the artist was hailed by Aaron Burr as “the first painter that now is or ever has been in America”.
Anthro-Vision by Tett, Napoleon: A Life in Gardens and Shadows by Scurr, The Twelve Lives of Alfred Hitchcock by White and Red Milk by Sjón,
In the 19th century Garibaldi united a divided country. Today’s polarised politics could benefit from his pragmatic idealism.