James Crabtree / April 23, 2015
Sound & Vision
Forty years ago the composer Philip Glass’s minimalist aesthetic made him a radical outsider. Now he is one of modern classical music’s bestselling artists.
David Thomson's career as a film critic has been a performance worthy of Brando or Olivier.
The Yazidis, victims of "the biggest case of enslavement this century", say the world has let them down
Locals are fighting back against the party in its heartland
Downward mobility is the new British trend and the Sloane Rangers lead the way
Prospect Team / February 12, 2015
Prospect Team / February 5, 2015
How do we address the growing gulf between society's haves and have-nots?
Featuring Noam Chomsky, Marina Warner, AC Grayling, John Kay and Baroness Kennedy of the Shaws