José Tomás is a titan of the bullring, but does he live up to his reputation?

A thrilling story of machismo, mutiny and madness in the Pacific

It’s time to embrace a Galician classic

Professor Jeremy Black discusses rising powers and two turn of the century great power conflicts

Jonathan Ruffer’s daring philanthropic experiment hopes to bring a different kind of regeneration to the north-east

An author challenges her nation’s collective and individual self-deceptions

The feminist fix: seeing an end to the sex trade

David Smith on why the years following Franco’s death will always hold a place in his heart

Partaking of the delights of the capital city of Spain’s Andalusia increasingly feels too Aldous Huxley for comfort