From Samuel Pepys to Denis Howell, extracts from memoirs
/ July 20, 2017
On some measures, more polluted than anywhere else in the world—and it really is a killer
One of these films will put you in a spot—and hold you there until it gets uncomfortable. Another is deeply emotional in a "very still waters British way." All three are must-sees
Mariinsky Ballet's Don Quixote is likely to be a balletomane’s dream ticket
Anjana Ahuja / July 20, 2017
Five societies of the Royal Academy will come together to discuss the art, history and science of colour, while Helen Keen will host an evening to coincide with the paperback publication of her book,...
"The electronic age has triggered epistemological chaos": Daniel Dennett on the information free-for-all, atheism and the point of philosophy
Prospect Team / July 19, 2017
"The electronic age is threatening the trust and credibility on which civilisation depends"
Emma Crichton-Miller / July 19, 2017
Mark these dates in your diary
Kevin McNally has his chance to show how well Shakespeare's play goes in the open air
"If the Proms is all-consuming, then Edinburgh festival is highlights." The best classical music this summer
Alexandra Coghlan / July 19, 2017
The cutting-edge classical music in August