Arts & Books
Cal Flyn / June 19, 2018
Its speakers number in the tens of thousands. There are no monolingual speakers left alive. So why learn Gaelic?
The follow up to The Spirit Level rehearses the same argument but with a narrower focus
Steve Bloomfield / June 18, 2018
Ben Rhodes, the former president's foreign policy adviser, reveals Obama's private anger
It’s a rich year for 20th-century music at the Proms
DJ Taylor / June 18, 2018
The current gang of pop writers are the best we've ever had. But are they eulogising a dying art form?
Politeness is often the veneer that disguises our most barbaric instincts—as a look to the past reminds us
Forty-two years after "Taxi Driver," Paul Schrader directs his own script about another loner wrestling with evil
Neil Norman / June 16, 2018
Robert Carsen’s scintillating version of Falstaff is a riot of colour
Michael Coveney / June 14, 2018
From the Barbican to Theatr Clwyd