James Delingpole

James Delingpole is executive editor of Breitbart London and writes for Bogpaper.com and Ricochet.com.

Television

Bridgerton to nowhere

The storyline is Jane Austen with all the plot and nuance and character sophistication removed

By James Delingpole

Television

Pawn show

The Queen’s Gambit overcomes its hackneyed ‘girl power’ message

By James Delingpole

Art

Look east, old man

To the Lake is the right kind of Russian interference

By James Delingpole

Art

The Crown’s depiction of Thatcher is grotesque

It sounds almost like she’s auditioning for Don Corleone in The Godfather

By James Delingpole

Art

How much of The Crown’s fourth season actually happened?

It would make no sense to treat young Diana this way, but they are an exceedingly weird family, so it’s hard to know

By James Delingpole

Art

Sensei it again

The return of the Karate Kid

By James Delingpole

Art

Is Apple TV’s Tehran the new Fauda?

I had such high hopes for Tehran but it feels like you’re watching a video game

By James Delingpole

Art

The Boys is sick, puerile, inappropriate and delicious

We sorely need transgressive, near-the-knuckle dramas like this

By James Delingpole

Art

Out of Nam’s way

In country, Down Under

By James Delingpole

Art

Office romance: I’m loving The Bureau

When real members of the DGSE saw the first season, they gave it a standing ovation

By James Delingpole

Politics

Trump shouldn’t wear a mask

He ought to be taking a stand on this issue

By James Delingpole

Art

Perry Mason jars

A brutal backstory for HBO’s decadent detective

By James Delingpole

Place

Custard and coffee

Lisbon is the perfect weekend destination to do very little

By James Delingpole

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