The Critics

While belly-laughs are not frequent, there’s terrific fun to be had in this massive soap-opera-style family melodrama

Pitchfork was one of a whole ecosystem of taste-making blogs which laid claim to being the ones who had made del Rey

The new owner of Antoinette’s jewellery will not just get exquisite gems but a provenance that is equally perfect and poignant

Christopher Silvester on two extraordinary films from Eastern Europe shown at the London Film Festival

Now that the BBC has a taste for turning its own scandals into prime time ratings, I’ve wasted no time pitching similarly eye-catching ideas

Anne McElvoy gives kudos to Cush Jumbo, who has a star’s ability to rise above the inadequacies and shine bright

Adam LeBor on two TV series that are set in border regions, that feature engaging female characters and that are beautifully filmed

If Yuja Wang were to strip everything right down to the music, she could be a sensation

By inviting listeners to admit their complicity, Eshun failed utterly to make his case

Fates in this unforgiving industry are long decided