Sarah Ditum

Sarah Ditum is a critic and columnist based in Bath

A good Bond song should include swooning strings, stabbing horns and a chorus the size of the moon, explains Sarah Ditum

The space for criticism to exist grows smaller and the archways that sustained its presence crumble away, laments Sarah Ditum

What the Booker binning Emma Nicholson means for the public square

In praise of pop smut

Good things can come out of junked changes to the GRA

Everything with The Beatles happened at double time, thrilling but draining too, says Sarah Ditum

When things are desperate, you don’t want to be the audience, you want to be the show

How the musical sensation, Six, uncovers more than just the stories of Henry VIII’s wives

Since Blair doesn’t seem to count for many members, they have no positive model of Labour in power

I want to listen to music that sounds like the dumb hopefulness of being young that I once couldn’t wait to rid myself of, says Sarah Ditum