Pop was invented for teenagers, and it’s wholly appropriate that it should have outposts that are completely remote to me.
The former British Shadow Chancellor’s new documentary is more favourable of Trumpsters than anyone at the BBC could have ever imagined.
‘My goal is to build a bridge between the present and the past.’
The furore around the Teeth author’s latest short story shows the risk of keeping your politics slightly to yourself.
The New York Times critic has nothing to apologise for. Yet he has apologised.
I am troubled by the misuse to which he puts his considerable acting skills, quick brain and undoubted ballsiness.
Mission Impossible: Fallout reviewed.
Calypso is quite repetitive, especially when it comes to what is really its main concern: houses.
From his early street fights to his friendship with Steve McQueen, from his cha-cha to his one-inch punch, Bruce Lee was made to be Bruce Lee.
In which our correspondent strikes out for the territory.
Paws for thought
Gone are the days when political interviewers were dispassionate seekers-after-truth on a mission to get the best out of their subjects.
One of America's greatest songwriters enchants London
The Canadian rapper’s response to Pusha-T on his new album is nimble and reasonable.
She didn’t merely ‘step away’, no matter what the headlines say.
The former New York Times reviewer’s study of truth reveals how she’s been driven to outrage by the erosion of cultural and critical values.
The disgraced movie producer reached out to Taki with a ‘world exclusive’ about Rose McGowan and Asia Argento.
The author writes knowledgeably and approachably about music and sympathetically about his cast of characters
This academic study of idleness is very deep, way deep, so deep in fact as to be virtually unreadable.
It’s almost impossible to imagine the President praising a book or a person or an idea, or really anything, that hasn’t been approved by a lot of people.
She's a master of light summery pop songs.
Music is no longer taught as music, but as social history or an exercise in building self-esteem.
Ronnie Wood’s girlfriend was there – and Mick’s oldest Dartford school friend.
The president may be averse to the arts, but he’s hardly shaking the republic to its core.