Alexandra Coghlan / July 18, 2018
Also listen out for the National Youth Choir at Snape Maltings
Emma Crichton-Miller / July 18, 2018
Plus a series of artists' films at the Whitechapel
Neil Norman / July 18, 2018
An outing for the US opera that won a Pulitzer but was then forgotten
Money talks and so could tourists
People in England are more likely to feel "English" than "British." Yet debates on...
Wendy Ide / July 18, 2018
Lee returns in the Trump-baiting BlacKkKlansman and more
But are they monsters or genuises?
Martha Gill / July 18, 2018
Welcome to the world of hereditary by-elections
Adam converted to Islam at age 19. In 2014, he was taken on by a "de-radicalisation"...
Its speakers number in the tens of thousands. There are no monolingual speakers left...
England's towns were once as mighty as its cities. Now, they've fallen on hard times. Can...
Prospect Team / July 16, 2018
The Artistic Director of English National Ballet answers ten of Prospect's questions
How did the world—and Denis Law—respond to England's historic World Cup victory?
Will Brexit break the Conservatives? With Europe's centre-right under threat, Prospect asks what the future holds for moderate conservatism. Plus: Julian Baggini, Samira Shackle, and Cal Flyn on learning Gaelic
What would a Chinese world order look like? Isabel Hilton, Yuan Ren and more discuss. Plus: Corbyn's foreign policy, and the real lives of the Cambridge Five
Time to rip up the economics textbook and start again? Howard Reed says the discipline needs rebuilding from first principles. Also: Sonia Purnell on Jacob Rees-Mogg's chance of cracking No 10; Will Self on his first acid trip