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The chance introduction that led to some extraordinary evenings with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
In defence of Glen Owen doing his job
A thrilling story of machismo, mutiny and madness in the Pacific
The siege of Basing House encompasses all of England in microcosm
The puzzling economics of venison
Perhaps two new church histories have a salutary message for today’s C of E
Romeo finds himself overcome by a sense of utter hopelessness
Why is the modern British novel so terribly earnest and irrepressibly juvenile?
Gay men have been failed by a lobby that trades in fear rather than facts
The Brexit coin takes bogus aspiration as part-ambition, part-accomplishment
A brilliant new work walks the thorny path of motherhood
What is “post-truth” schooling?