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How will increased 1-on-1 learning fit into the future of education?
Rules mean nothing without the means to enforce them
Ignoring Russian opera — and, in particular, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov — is a mistake
Classicism’s enduring relevance and timeless appeal
Rakib’s Britain: The Left has betrayed its roots by ignoring the evils of family break-down
Is it time to give a grudging nod of acknowledgement to the BBC Proms?
The cricket tea season will soon be upon us
Middle Eastern Christians are facing the threat of extinction
Pretty much the whole of Jerusalem is in some way “problematic”, which is why people relish it
Dame Ethel Smyth’s opera dated quickly, but it hardly hurts to have another look at it
Jeremy Black discusses how have the nations of the Caribbean have adapted to modern times
The new Dr Who is timely, not tokenistic