Arts & Books
For all her virtues, Hadley's Late in the Day suffers from an excessive timidity
Thatcherism set in motion perpetual revolution in every area of British life—except the Tory Party, whose ideas are still frozen in the 1980s. Regime change in Downing Street must now be a prompt...
Tim Martin / July 14, 2019
The former Booker prize winner's new genre-bending fantasy falls short
The understated wisdom of Alice in Wonderland and Little Red Riding Hood
Vanora Bennett / July 13, 2019
Whether dealing with Nazi or Soviet tyranny, Grossman's epic novels fearlessly exposed uncomfortable truths
The master of improper arts talks Jane Austen, the NHS, and why he's losing faith in an independent Scotland
This month your usual host turns guest to discuss the themes in his debut novel
Ralph Jones / June 24, 2019
The Netflix series was a runaway hit when it was released this spring—and understanding the lengths to which the teams go in order to secure their footage makes watching it even more profound
Suchandrika Chakrabarti / June 17, 2019
After a successful career writing songs for Robbie Williams, Guy Chambers has just released his first album. But what is it like to be ‘silent’ partner in a songwriting collaboration with a...