Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall, superbly adapted for television, is brilliant because it defies easy definition

The Leveson Inquiry’s carelessness with basic democratic principles has undermined journalistic freeedom

The Corporation’s reporting and investigations are still essential-but now they are threatened from within 

Arguments made by the feminist   critics of Gone Girl demonstrate the problem the Left has with language

A new movie about the miners’ strike ignores the fact that it left Britain with nothing to feel good about

Celebrity presenters such as Jon Snow reject impartiality. But the news must not be twisted

Press officers and PRs are corrupting public life. Journalists must lead a revolt against this pestilential trade

The web has ushered in a new era of journalism-but left a gaping hole in the coverage of vital local news

In Darren Aronofsky’s Noah God punishes humanity for its crimes against the environment

From the First World War to the rise of radical Islam, catastrophes cannot be treated like ordinary problems