Culture

This book offers an insider’s account of the extraordinary (in)decision-making among Johnson’s team during the most tumultuous year in modern history

Following the letdown of the new adaptation of The Pursuit of Love, Alexander Larman says that TV dramatisations of classic novels haven’t always been this bad

Jeremy Black delves into a history book which disappoints and a biography not to be missed

The Frankfurt-based Aris Quartet play Beethoven with sweeping flair and something close to insouciance

As the BBC’s adaptation of The Pursuit of Love begins, Alexander Larman questions whether the new dramatisation will do justice to Nancy Mitford’s 1945 novel

Michael Collins maps the relationship between two of the greatest writers of the American south

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about military monarchs

Is the call to rename Snowdon a real grievance or just another case of anti-Englishness?

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

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