Arts & Books
It's a film about an app that tells you when you're going to die. By rights, it should be awful. And yet...
When it comes to cinema, why does Britain insist on showing the world the worst version of ourselves?
Caspar Salmon / October 21, 2019
The popular depiction of Britain in global television and film isn't only shockingly homogenous—it's a fiction
The sordid practice of disassembling Islamic manuscripts has flourished for over a century. As rare folios go on the market, the art world needs to get ethical
Charlotte Runcie / October 9, 2019
Plus the BBC's Beyond Today
An exhibition at the Tate shows both the triumphs and failures of the poet
Chris Harvey / October 9, 2019
Plus the BBC's The Novels that Shaped Our World
Wendy Ide / October 9, 2019
Plus Steve Coogan in Greed
The author was by turns poetic and provocative
Alexandra Coghlan / October 9, 2019
Plus Jamie Barton at Wigmore Hall