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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...
12th March 2024
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ ‘Wild God’: ‘a song of planetary importance’
It used to seem to me that rock and roll was a young man's game, possessing within it the iron law o...
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...
19th January 2024
Paul Joyce on Mr Bates v The Post Office
I have taken a personal interest in Toby Jones' career since we met, only the once and an occasion h...
22nd December 2023
Book Review: Richard Osman’s The Last Devil to Die
In our age, there is an increasing suspicion that reading isn't really a popular pursuit at all. If ...
20th December 2023
Paul Joyce: My Brush with Still Life
Art has always been distinguished by separate genes within its compass, but it was as late as 1669 t...
5th December 2023
Exclusive: Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood on their new art show
The Internet may have wrecked the opportunity for tactile nostalgia. When Radiohead's OK Computer ca...
29th November 2023
Simon Callow on his upbringing, life as an actor and the dangers of the art house flop
I am sometimes asked by young people who want to be actors whether I can help - realistically there'...
19th October 2023
Book review: Ronel Lehmann reviews Dame Esther Rantzen’s Older and Bolder
I often remind our student candidates that it is normal to be nervous before an interview. At their ...
10th October 2023
A Novel Way of Working: Tim Robinson on the best books about jobs
Writing my novel Hatham Hall (Northside House), I realised that characters who support themselves ar...
2nd October 2023
Paul Joyce: An Artist’s Memories of Sycamore Gap
Hadrian's Wall started construction about AD 122 and took nearly a decade to complete. It was intend...

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