Alexander Larman

Alexander Larman is an author and journalist. His latest book is Byron’s Women (Head of Zeus)

The BBC’s new recruitment campaign for the Proms shows a clear disregard for its classical origins

While republicanism currently remains an underground interest, there is a real risk it could grow once Charles assumes the throne

The rambling and discursive nature of the writing lends Rupert Everett’s book an enjoyable appeal

Over the course of two excoriating hours during the Oprah interview, The Firm found itself accused of racism, snobbery and emotional retardation

There is an inexhaustible public appetite for learning about the private lives of our idols, but they don’t make rock stars like they used to

If there is to be a Frasier revival, producers should learn from the mistakes of past spin-off shows

Like natural disasters, adaptations of the Arthurian legend seem to arrive about once a decade and leave devastation in their wake

Have the Duke and Duchess of Sussex traded short-term PR advantage for the sake of their future reputations?

At a time when studios are afraid of investing substantial amounts of money in films without a guaranteed audience, it’s time to ditch the snobbery towards popular films

From Kevin Spacey to Armie Hammer, why are those in Hollywood facing the axe of cancel culture more than ever before?