Alexander Larman

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

Why are so many still enthralled by even the most grotesque Victoriana?

Should there be a new drama about Jimmy Savile?

Nigel Kennedy’s latest principled stand against “Jurassic“ FM and the forces of musical conservatism

Love or loathe her, she’s never pretended to be anything other than a populist

Crime and thriller titles have replaced Strictly Come Dancing as the new craze for celebrities

Or will GB News turn into a right-wing echo chamber?

Is The Matrix best judged as cinema or cultural phenomenon?

Poetry doesn’t need to be useful

Alexander Larman reports from a half-liberated, half-imprisoned world

It is time, once again, to take a chance on Abba