Michael Henderson

Michael Hendersonhas written for many years about sport and the arts for The Times, Guardian, Observer, Daily Telegraph, Spectator and New Statesman. He was the Telegraph cricket correspondent.

Michael Henderson on the old-fashioned music that the BBC doesn’t want us to hear any longer

Amongst the dearth of decent BBC Radio content, “Start the Week” is outstanding

Michael Henderson says, hats off, everybody, to the troupers of the famous yellow Almanack

There is a lesson here for those who prefer to sharpen their knives on the whetstone of grievance

The sport is now characterised by the conditioned reflex of dishonesty, the bleating of the wronged

Kampfner has written a scrupulously researched yet not uncritical tribute to postwar Germany

The controversial South African cricket tour of 1970

Michael Henderson listens once more to the Great American Songbook, most enriching of entertainments

John Lennon’s kicking against the pricks was mere window-dressing

Michael Henderson reviews A Small Revolution in Germany by Philip Hensher and Here We Are by Graham Swift