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12th July 2024
Book review: The Death of Truth by Steve Brill
Dustin Thompson was living in Columbus, Ohio and getting along more or less fine in the pests contro...
1st July 2024
Photo essay: Career Thoughts on the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards
At Finito, it is one of the most regular things we hear on the wish list from our young candidates: ...
24th June 2024
Exclusive: How Stephen Fry went from Comedian to the Nation’s Mentor
Growing up is necessarily a provincial experience. It has to be: such a small proportion of the worl...
17th June 2024
What the architect Frank Lloyd Wright teaches us about adversity in our careers
When we look at the famous or the successful, graciously hosting television cameras in their comfort...
Nick Cave
7th June 2024
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ ‘Wild God’: ‘a song of planetary importance’
Discover Nick Cave's evolution from a post-punk musician to a profound artist...
Diana Taylor
5th June 2024
An interview with incredible artist Diana Taylor: “Young artists shouldn’t get caught up in trends”
Explore Diana Taylor's new exhibition, 'Borrowed Time,' and discover how her work reflects a journey...
24th May 2024
Book review: Say More: Lessons from Work, the White House and the World by Jen Psaki
Jen Psaki has become a Democratic sage by virtue of having served in both the Obama and the Biden ad...
23rd May 2024
Frank Auerbach’s Charcoal Heads at the Courtauld Institute: ‘a perfect little exhibition’
Sometimes I think of those who achieved a lot young: John Keats, assured of immortality by writing a...
22nd May 2024
Film Editor Meredith Taylor reviews new Donald Trump film The Apprentice: “A compulsive portrait of toxic narcissism”
"You're either a killer or a loser" is the advice a young Donald Trump (Sebastian Stan) gets from hi...
19th April 2024
Friday poem: Omar Sabbagh’s ‘Searching the Horizon’
I opened my eyes and my eyes opened/the light that help them first to arise; and it was as though a ...
18th April 2024
Music review: Tallulah Rendall’s Love Carries Me Home
Tallula Rendall's new album Love Carries Me Homes is a beautiful work in many different ways: it arr...
11th April 2024
Peter Jackson’s Beatles film Get Back as a study in workplace toxicity
The data is mixed as to whether The Beatles have broken through to the younger generation. The band ...
2nd April 2024
Henry Boston Crayfourd on his remarkable journey in film: “I always knew it was what I wanted to do”
I think it was probably the fun of bursting a balloon full of water over my Dad's head and filming i...
20th March 2024
Meredith Taylor reviews E.1027 – Eileen Gray and the House by the Sea
Eileen Gray (1878-1976) was a creative genius and the first woman to conquer the world of architectu...
15th March 2024
Friday poem: ‘Plan of Attack’ by Jude A. Jung
Plan of Attack Best in these short days, where silence is, and darkness lasts, to create little begi...
8th March 2024
Friday poem: Omar Sabbagh’s ‘The Ghost’
In the corner of the room a cheap white frame; the picture inside shows an aged man, minted there wi...
15th February 2024
To Read or not to Read: Paul Joyce introduces his new music column
If I were to introduce myself to you as a gambling man, then I would be willing to bet you a pound t...
12th February 2024
Review: Harbour Hotel, Sidmouth: ‘a friendly, relaxing hotel’
In early 2024, many parents looked at the calendar with a degree of confusion: the schools were goin...
7th February 2024
A Tribute to a Great Career: Paul Joyce remembers Dennis Hopper
It was different working in British television back in 1986. They thrust money in your purse and sen...
1st February 2024
Paul Joyce on Maestro: “A Rudderless Ship Adrift on a Sea of Vanity”
In my decidedly less than humble opinion, the only real reason for "Maestro", Bradley Cooper's incon...
26th January 2024
Paul Joyce: A Dr Who Dinosaur Speaks
One can almost hear the sight of relief breathed by Idris Elba when at last the young cub was painfu...

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