Our increasingly polarised and angry age wants not entertainment, but preachers

Can we leave old books alone?

The UK has a rich comics tradition often obscured by the cultural dominance of Marvel and DC

Even the President of the United States has to know when to retire

Two years on from the gripping World Cup Final, there are few pops and bangs this year at Lord’s

In his perversity, absurdity, and bleakness, Friedlander taps the mood of American politics now

The moments of interruption in Peretti’s stand-up reveal the constructedness of what we are watching

Christopher North says the decline of bull fighting is greatly exaggerated