Joker and Judy reviewed
Face It by Debbie Harry reviewed
For all the chaos on Jackass, there were no obvious consequences
I married a politician. But my identity is not defined by my husband
Long live Downton Abbey
Why does the forthcoming biopic ignore the story of the Essex-born civil servant Judy turned to at the end of her life?
It’s important that all schoolchildren are educated to the same linguistic standard
This is my story
The Desperate Housewife is down with a case of the Varsity Blues
LPs are not only an important source of pleasure but also edification
Oh no, not Pennywise, I used to like him...
The author wanders around Naples seeking transcendence – and finds it
Today Hollywood’s undoubted creative power is spent updating and reimagining stories that are decades old
I loved every second of it
Don’t blame snowflakes – grown-ups are the idiots
The latest irony in the spread of ‘cancel culture’ comes courtesy of The New Yorker
Obesity isn’t woke. It’s a death sentence
The wrong kind of bipartisan consensus
Titania McGrath: Mxnifesto at the Edinburgh Fringe reviewed
David Berman used language as an instrument and as a tool, abhorring his father's use of it as a weapon
Blinded by the Light reviewed
‘He seemed more interested in discussing Animal Crackers and A Night at the Opera’
Life inside the rapper’s low-income housing units
They already do – but will they ever do it better than us?