Alexander Larman

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

Do we believe all stories as true, or presume innocence until proven guilty?

Criticism is a valuable art but it should never end up as a tool for bullying

Alexander Larman reviews Lady in Waiting: My extraordinary life in the shadow of the crown, by Anne Glenconner

How the electronic dance duo made more than a minimal contribution to music

The ‘offensive’ TV landmarks censored from Britain’s answer to Netflix

Diverse casting of period adaptations is a risk worth taking

There is a strong historical precedent for the ‘conscious uncoupling’ of the Sussexes

Rest assured that these types had it considerably worse than you, says Alexander Larman

Alexander Larman explains how pantomime went upmarket

Alexander Larman on Happiness and Tears: The Ken Dodd Story by Louis Barfe