Artillery Row

Blake Bailey has become the latest figure to allegedly fall foul of the uncompromising moral standards of American publishing

The vigorous virtues are antique now

The fruits of Michael Mann’s musical career is neither one thing nor another; trapped between Weimar modernism and American consumerism

On International Dawn Chorus Day, there really is no sound lovelier than the competing noise of birdsong

The debacle involving Holkham Estate and Wells Harbour Railway is the latest example of the cultural erosion of British towns

From seedy sex clubs to the streets of Paris: Jeremy Black selects British Library Crime Classics to enjoy over the May Bank Holiday

Graham Stewart and Jeremy Black discuss British and European conceptions of monarchy throughout history

Grieve accidentally sends begging emails to eurosceptics

New revelations about Hollywood producer Scott Rudin are a sad but unsurprising indictment on the entire industry and its practices

In the run-up to London’s mayoral and local elections on 6 May, who will deliver on the promise to save the capital’s landmarks?