June 14, 2019

Wordplay: The art of misreading

Silliness is tonic in this era of correctness and commonsense.
June 14, 2019

Claire Darling: An overload of atmosphere and Deneueve in a dodgem car

A final garage sale is the catalyst for a traumatic and cathartic mother-daughter journey.
June 14, 2019

Music reviews: Avicii, Eric Dolphy, Cave In, Vanishing Twin and more

Brighde Chaimbeul's The Reeling, Avicii's Tim, Vanishing Twin's The Age of Immunology, Eric Dolphy's Musical Prophet, Elysian Fields' What Shall I Say and Cave In's Final Transmission
June 14, 2019

On the trail of the mentors who made an impression on Claude Monet

Despite the disapproval of his wealthy family, a handful of "undesirable" older painters were key in the development of the impressionist's art.
June 14, 2019

Tolkien and friends: Surely the genesis of the fellowship of the ring?

Although Tolkien resisted drawing comparisons between his life and work, his secret club of university tea drinkers believed they could change the world.
June 14, 2019

Review: Hot Blood at the White Rabbit Gallery

The works take the temperature of a country that has undergone 30 years of massive social turbulence but returned to the same political position.
June 14, 2019

The Chase favourite Paul Sinha confirms he is suffering from Parkinson’s disease

'The Sinnerman' reveals diagnosis in emotional blog
June 14, 2019

Apple could dump the Lightning port on iPhone XI – so they’ll be no need for those old cables

Leaked images show there could be changes on new device
June 14, 2019

‘I had both my breasts removed at 27 to save my life even though I didn’t have cancer’

Journalist Hayley Minn took the difficult decision after finding out she carried a rare gene that gave her an 85% chance of being diagnosed with breast cancer
June 14, 2019

Are you the nation’s worst dinner party guest? Britain’s most hated dining habits revealed

You might have guessed: Diners talking on their mobile phones while eating tops the list
June 14, 2019

Your weekend: our guide to what’s on around Melbourne

Your weekend: The best in music, theatre, festivals, food. markets and much more.
June 14, 2019

You’re hired! Lord Sugar backs Johnson despite Brexit jail demand

Lord Sugar has backed Boris Johnson as the next prime minister - despite having previously suggested he should be jailed for misleading the public over Brexit.