Robert Low

Robert Low

A university reunion offers a useful reminder that the Sixties might not be quite as we remember them

The playwright Ronald Harwood is deservedly acclaimed, yet has never had a play staged at the National

The rise and fall of a poster girl for integration who now depicts Britain’s Muslims as an oppressed minority

Howard Jacobson’s new novel is a brief but entertaining assault on Trump

The history of the Authors’ Club

Peter Stothard’s memoir of the 1980s follows a quartet of attendants at Mrs Thatcher’s court

A review in the Guardian of Jeremy Lewis’s biography of David Astor contained an extraordinary number of errors

David Astor was the man who made the Observer the most popular Sunday paper of its time

The Daily Mail‘s Stakhanovite sketchwriter has finally written his debut novel

How Britain discovered a lucrative new role as a global cultural powerhouse