In the West we’ve yet to make the acknowledgment that overwork can be deadly, says Katrina Gulliver

Hannah Betts is hooked on the insouciance of a vast scarf

A Bergmanesque miasma of gloom hangs over every episode in this new Scandinavian thriller

Christopher North speaks to the fearless Andrés Roca Rey, Peru’s first bull fighting star

I would cavil at the curse of the presenter monologue, tending to sway the audience one way or the other, reveals Anne McElvoy

Inspired by Withnail and I, Christopher Pincher delves into fine sherry

Michael Prodger tracks the story of a lost masterpiece

Sarah Ditum says that the focus on Timberlake as a bad agent conveniently forgets the machine behind him

Christopher Bray thinks Roth’s “novelist’s autobiography” is one of his most fizzing examinations of the stories that construct our various selves

Robert Thicknesse reveals how in searching for meaning, opera adaptations are becoming more obscure