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Kate Mossman is a senior writer at the New Statesman.
Working from a coffee shop, I’d play Van Halen's “Dreams” to get me going. Until now, I never knew that there was a science behind what I was doing.
Richard Mabey’s powers of noticing made him the godfather of “the new nature writing”. At 80, he reflects on depression, class and why the natural world does not exist to make us well
The biggest departure on Del Rey's sixth record is that the awful, miserable boy-men she loved to worship are absent.
The former Beatle has released a distinctly 2020-flavoured EP.
Matt Boytwitch, Rishi Perfect, Bohnson on a swing in the Downing Street rose garden – the comedian has produced some of the greatest political cartoons of the pandemic.
Economists predict a new "Roaring Twenties" boom post-lockdown. But after the road-map announcement, I felt a trickle of fear between my ribs.
The pianist, who died in February, was one of the founding fathers of jazz fusion – a deeply misunderstood genre.
The founder of Yale’s Center for Emotional Intelligence explains why the feelings of employees “should haunt the sleep of every boss in the world”.
The theme of Framing Britney Spears is an ancient one: the disempowerment of a woman on the grounds of mental instability.