Jacopo Pontormo and Rosso Fiorentino
A new collection of Bernard Williams’s essays and reviews serves as a reminder of the academic’s restless intelligence
A closed-off dark age church in Rome reveals the true majesty of an often under-appreciated Byzantine tradition
The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work by Alain de Botton
If ‘localism’ is to succeed, more power should be given to the people, not local government
Savaged by a regime that sacrificed quality for cash, the network needs to return to striking and original programmes. Can Michael Grade pull it off, or is ITV’s decline terminal?
Family courts are putting parents on trial for their children. Instead of helping to keep families together, these secretive tribunals are breaking them apart—often for trivial reasons