The Critics

Adam LeBor has found one of the most immersive, and exhausting, experiences television has to offer

Al Capone’s relationship with the movies goes back a long way, writes Christopher Silvester

Shelley’s story prompts us to consider the relationship between The Almighty and man

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

For three days I listened to nothing but birdsong, marvelling at the variety and the volume

Lockdown tales from our showbusiness mole

Staying frosty in plague times

A 1970s drama played on a nagging sense that modern life was fragile

Some of the shortcomings of the theatre turn to benefits in digital translation