Eleanor Doughty is a freelance feature writer and interviewer
Messiaen’s quartet, first performed in a freezing barracks in 1941, is a thing of great beauty
In Brideshead, the overriding feeling is that surely the punchline is to come. It never does
Each cartoon had a story to tell about eminent figures in Victorian and Edwardian society
How has the coronavirus pandemic affected Britain’s country houses?