Arts & Books
Megan Evershed / January 22, 2019
Novels and television series like You take us inside the minds of murderers. But are we in danger of falling for their tricks?
Sian Norris / January 9, 2019
The Channel 4 drama exposed an ongoing problem in the Brexit debate: the lack of women's voices
Steve Bloomfield / January 4, 2019
Keaveny's 6Music breakfast show was warm and genuinely funny. After more than a decade, he is moving to a new slot—and spoke to Prospect just before the first as live pilot
Bolanle Tajudeen / December 20, 2018
By turning a black lens on social history, the BCA does something unique—and vital. In the year of the Windrush scandal, proper funding is the least the government could offer
Even old, established companies are adopting a similar look—and it reveals the changing place of design in our modern world
Ray Cavanaugh / December 14, 2018
Scrooge and Co weren't Charles Dickens' only Christmas cast. If you're ready for a different tale, here are four alternatives to try
Grand theories on physics, the brain and genetics
New biographies of Churchill and de Gaulle dominate
When Ursula discovers her daughter Miri is engaged to a Syrian man living in Budapest, she is torn between generosity and fear. Miri, returning to London to visit her sick father, would rather be...