The new documentary follows the life of the outspoken pop artist, chronicling her journey from Sri Lankan refugee to the heady heights of stardom.
The London band talk British jazz, politics, and what should happen to the monarchy.
The playwright’s latest work nods most fondly to two classical texts he is connected with: Oedipus and Hamlet.
From the Crossways estate in Bow to the Royal Albert Hall, grime music has fought its way to the centre of British culture.
The rising stars on Jeremy Corbyn, Generation Y, and why they are happy to alienate right-wing fans.
My beginnings were as independent as you can get: if you sent a postal order to my home address, my parents’ home address in fact, I’d post you a cassette.
Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus are all fresh from making critically acclaimed albums.
The Old Vic’s new musical depicts fallible women – rather than one-dimensional feminist heroines.
The New Statesman podcast with Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush.
Grande has lifted the weight of the Manchester terror attack with a collection of gloriously oddball, career-changing pop songs.
A BBC New Comedy Award finalist, Jacob Hawley uses his show to rally against Brexit, and lampoon outdated ideas of race, sexuality and gender.