Anna Leszkiewicz is the New Statesman's deputy culture editor.
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Olivia Laing discusses her Goldsmiths Prize-shortlisted novel Crudo, the unstable political moment, and the book that best describes how fascism rises.
Maisie Williams shines in this play of boy-meets-girl-with-serious-illness.
The channel won its first Bafta in May and was named the best UK broadcaster at the Edinburgh TV Awards in August.
How did the doll’s house, a potent image in fiction and literature for centuries, finally saturate film and television?
The show is more ambitious and cinematic than a straightforward, do-it-yourself cooking show, but more accessible than so much else on offer.
Akhavan gently teases her characters, where a lazier comedy would rely on straightforward mockery.
Emma Stone and Jonah Hill offer fresh, convincing performances as two people who see themselves as fundamentally broken.
Over the past decade, Swift has navigated a changing political climate with considerable, if decreasing, deftness.
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