Articles by Charlotte Runcie
Charlotte Runcie / August 22, 2018
Plus: powerful women at the National Trust
The anatomy of a tragedy and more
Charlotte Runcie / June 19, 2018
Three podcasts to try out this month
Charlotte Runcie / April 14, 2018
"Her ear for dialogue and emotional nuance is sharp, her tone never slipping from a stream of fresh, evocative imagery" writes Charlotte Runcie
Faber, £16.99 Francis Spufford is such a prolific and well-respected writer that it’s hard to believe that Golden Hill, his lively historical novel set in 18th-century New York, is his first...
Bloomsbury, £25 Quentin Blake’s unique visual language—those swift, scratchy lines and ink blots that magically capture personality in just a few strokes —will forever be associated with...
Faber, £14.99 Although primarily lauded for his original poems, the late Seamus Heaney—Nobel Prize winner, Oxford and Harvard professor, globally beloved poet—was also an enormously...
Charlotte Runcie / January 11, 2016
The rock star, who has died aged 69, enjoyed delighting people with his music and acting