There's a whole lot of good radio out there which isn't made up of soporific playlists and banal chatter but it isn't always easy to find. With this in mind, we've compiled a list of the best internet
The Doves Press was one of a number of private printing presses operating at the start of the 20th Century. The press was established by TJ Cobden-Sanderson, with Emery Walker joining later as partner.
Simon Russell Beale,William Shakespeare,Royal Shakespeare Company,Stage,Theatre,Culture,National Theatre,UK news Acclaimed actor says we shouldn’t be purists about the text – as long as it still makes
Adrian Lester and Rory Kinnear are seated close together in a little room at the National theatre, murmuring to one another, drinking water and eating peanuts. Well, Kinnear eats the nuts; Lester just
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) has cast its first ever black Iago, leading the company's artistic director Gregory Doran to acknowledge it could make Othello a very different play when it's staged
Towards the end of the State Theatre Company of South Australia’s Othello, Desdemona (Ashton Malcolm) and Emilia (Elena Carapetis) sit together under moonlight, drinking and talking. At a camp on the of
The morning after the choreographer and movement director Steven Hoggett was snapped looking dapper on the red carpet at the New York premiere of Sting’s The Last Ship, Scott Graham – his former co-director
There aren't "difficult" books and "easy" ones. There are books that are difficult for some people, and easy for others. What's the most difficult book you've ever read? For me, at least within recent
Ways to have fun at the beach. As I grow older, I find that the people I know become crazy in one of two ways. The first is animal crazy—more specifically, dog crazy. They’re the ones who, when asked they
Can selective-admissions policies ever be fair? In September 2012, the NAACP’s legal arm joined forces with two other advocacy groups to file a federal civil rights complaint against New York City’s public
Transforming a lecture into a more active experience is one possible way of fixing STEM's diversity dilemma. Ryan Hynd wouldn't call it an epiphany but he doesn’t deny that the research program he joined
Private companies want to scoop up your child's data. Massive open online courses, first envisioned as a way to democratize higher education, have made their way into high schools, but Washington is powerless
The In Our Time Listeners' Top 10 If you’re new to In Our Time, this is a good place to start. The Matter of the North Melvyn Bragg explores the pivotal role of England's north in shaping modern Britain.
American mass murderer Charles Manson, 80, has reportedly been granted a licence to marry a 26-year-old woman who has been visiting him in prison. The marriage licence was issued 10 days ago for Manson
The second in a three-part series on writers’ epitaphs. Read yesterday’s installment here. There is very little that’s puzzling about Philip Larkin’s two-penny upright “This Be the Verse” (1971): They
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