Spare us the sentimental tosh about working-class sport, tradition and community
Murray Walker was the last of the great sports commentators who brought us unforgettable sporting moments and catchphrases which delighted a generation
The BAFTA film awards have seen plenty of diversity in recent years, but have gone down in film history as the least diverse film awards ever. Why?
Under Fran Unsworth, the BBC’s news and current affairs output has let us down again and again
British philosophy has become much more interesting, but they just don’t make philosophers like they used to
Play for Today was a milestone in the history of TV drama
Reviews of Martin Amis’s new book prove that the best questions are the ones that no one asks
David Cannadine’s thoughtful commentary of the Anthony Blunt affair utilises previously unpublished sources
The great critics always began before they were forty. Who are their equivalents today?
Two journalists and an academic call for the end of censorship and intolerance