Culture

My Heavenly Favourite by Lucas Rijneveld review – a nightmarish vision of abuse
Books

My Heavenly Favourite by Lucas Rijneveld review – a nightmarish vision of abuse

What has Oscar-nominated Killers of the Flower Moon changed for the people at its heart?
Killers of the Flower Moon
Indigenous rights

What has Oscar-nominated Killers of the Flower Moon changed for the people at its heart?

Who exactly is the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame even for?
Music

Who exactly is the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame even for?

Top 5 most important children's books, selected by The School of Life
children's books - Alice's adventures in wonderland tea party
Children's books

Top 5 most important children's books, selected by The School of Life

Origin review – a genuine, often unsettling cinema outlier
Film

Origin review – a genuine, often unsettling cinema outlier

Ava DuVernay on Origin: 'I want it to be the kind of film you think about after you've left the theatre'
Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor and Jon Bernthal in Ava DuVernay's film Origin
Interview

Ava DuVernay on Origin: 'I want it to be the kind of film you think about after you've left the theatre'

'We felt like absolute stars': Behind the 1971 women's football World Cup the world forgot
women's football/ team
Sport

'We felt like absolute stars': Behind the 1971 women's football World Cup the world forgot

Hamilton tour review – an urgent production as America needs heroes to rise up
DeAngelo Jones, Shaq Taylor, Billy Nevers and KM Drew Boateng in Hamilton. Photo Danny Kaan
Theatre

Hamilton tour review – an urgent production as America needs heroes to rise up

Advantages of Age and the taboo-busting power of intentional living
Social Enterprise

Advantages of Age and the taboo-busting power of intentional living

Spandau Ballet star Tony Hadley on communism, punk and how music saved him from a stint in borstal
Tony Hadley
Letter to my Younger Self

Spandau Ballet star Tony Hadley on communism, punk and how music saved him from a stint in borstal

Take it from me, going to gigs by yourself is liberating and life-affirming
Malcolm Jack

Take it from me, going to gigs by yourself is liberating and life-affirming

'Against the odds': How the Lubber Fiend made Newcastle's music scene exciting again
a young woman performs on stage at The Lubber Fiend in Newcastle
Venue Watch

'Against the odds': How the Lubber Fiend made Newcastle's music scene exciting again

Top 5 most accessible economics books, chosen by politician and author Andrew Leigh
Economics
books

Top 5 most accessible economics books, chosen by politician and author Andrew Leigh

The Tusks of Extinction by Ray Nayler review – the mammoth risks of playing God with nature
Books

The Tusks of Extinction by Ray Nayler review – the mammoth risks of playing God with nature

Your Utopia by Bora Chung review – finding poignancy in speculative fiction
Books

Your Utopia by Bora Chung review – finding poignancy in speculative fiction

Behind Oscar-tipped doc Four Daughters: A story of radicalisation, family and loss
Sisters Tayssir and Eya, two of the subjects of the new film Four Daughters
Film

Behind Oscar-tipped doc Four Daughters: A story of radicalisation, family and loss

Composer Cassie Kinoshi: 'Understanding one's own mental health is of utmost importance to me'
Cassie Kinoshi
Music

Composer Cassie Kinoshi: 'Understanding one's own mental health is of utmost importance to me'

John Malkovich on fashion, hope and why beauty is mandatory for the survival of the species
TV

John Malkovich on fashion, hope and why beauty is mandatory for the survival of the species

Filmmaker Adam Curtis on epic new BBC drama The Way – and how the power of TV is shaking up Britain
Callum Scott Howells in The Way
TV

Filmmaker Adam Curtis on epic new BBC drama The Way – and how the power of TV is shaking up Britain

Family Politics by John O'Farrell review – a plea to engage with those whose views we abhor
Books

Family Politics by John O'Farrell review – a plea to engage with those whose views we abhor