Czech Songs: Magdalena Kozena (Pentatone)

A popular cause has withered into an elitist dinner club

Click-hungry editors should stop enabling philistinism

From “adviser” to “woman”, here is what it really means

There needs to be a shifting in the balance of responsibility from America to Europe

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has been infected with the deadly Rage Virus

UUP failures are keeping DUP hopes alive

Swallowing our pride is better than political violence

Decades on from the beginning of the infected blood scandal, our institutions still fail to align themselves with the truth

The map of the world is likely to be redrawn, thanks to the decline of post war Pax Americana, an expansionist Russia and China, and the push for ethnic sovereignty

Silicon Valley has stolen huge amounts of original material in order to “train” its GPT models

The Ancient Greek orator, philanderer, drunk, traitor and hero would have felt at home in modern politics

The West has turned its back on the world’s oldest Christian state

The fall and rise of Istanbul under President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

The use of unreliable facial recognition technology is growing without sufficient scrutiny or accountability

Schemes such as HS2 cost billions of pounds while reducing UK productivity

Holy Week showcases a very Venetian combination of Renaissance splendour and DIY

Here they walk, they can do no other

We now are seeing the first flowering of a head-dress renaissance

The book world is on its last legs. So how we can bring it back from the dead?

The most pernicious effect of aligning art with political activism is that the distinction between the two is lost

Every literary season has a book that comes from nowhere and seems to gallop ahead of the competition

It is time for Paris and Rome to rethink sovereignty and their relationship with the EU

Paintings are appreciated best when there are few people around to spoil the view

The art establishment has revived competent drawing in spite of itself

Welcome to a kaleidoscopic showcase of topical dramas in vivid settings

The fault lay in the dirty minds of the viewers, he said

Delicacy, of unknown origins, makes us reluctant to pull plums with our thumbs

On the forums that bring together dealer and buyer

Is it worth trapping the squirrels in my London garden?

Ten things that are wonderful about British racing