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How the veteran pop star made a career out of masculinity.
Analysis of the past 60 years of how abortion has been portrayed in film and TV reveals how many negative tropes still endure.
On her excellent sixth album Daddy’s Home, the guitarist lays out plenty of possibilities.
This series about the death of Alexander Litvinenko is full of bizarre tonal shifts that are at odds with the show’s content.
Her adaptation of Nancy Mitford's novel features subtitles, freeze-frames and loud blasts of T Rex.
The Italian painter reduced his world and his subjects to a series of careful arrangements – the stillest of still lives.
If I have learnt anything in 40 years of writing about horticulture, it's that “perfect” produce is a meaningless ideal that benefits no one.
I am sick of these cold, grey skies. I want to grapple with my internal troubles in a warm harbour café with a chilled carafe of local white wine.
I Belong Here by Sethi, Spring Cannot Be Cancelled by Gayford and Hockney, In the End, It was All About Love by Okwonga and Male Tears by Myers.
The former Prussian royal family’s effort to recover riches lost after the Second World War hinges on one question: did their ancestors’ support help Hitler and the Nazis take power?
This 1993 film about a group of British-Indian women on holiday uses comedy to navigate themes of inherited cultural baggage.