The story of “A COCK and a BULL . . . And one of the best of its kind, I ever heard”:
The tiny country’s success at tackling coronavirus
Boris Johnson’s political stock is low. The First Minister’s could not be higher. Yet Scotland’s grip on Covid-19 has been no more sure than London’s
On the role of public buildings in lockdown
Traditionalists and radicals battled for the future of verse in the “poetry wars” of the 1970s
Wagner’s comedy is sometimes accused of being antisemitic. But does the evidence stack up?
Britain’s already beleaguered cinema sector has been plunged into an existential crisis. It should be the moment for all those who love film to rally to the cinematic cause
“It appears to have been a sense that it was all becoming too easy that prompted Tom Stoppard to resolve, on his 23rd birthday, to give up journalism and write a play”