Michael Goldfarb remembers the mise-en-scène films about Vietnam and Woodstock.
The Ghost of the Time
The Women in the Cutting Room... and Elsewhere
Michael Goldfarb remembers the mise-en-scène filmwork of female editors and directors.
Under the Influence
Jon Boden on the influence of apocalyptic science-fiction on him as a folk singer.
New Generation Thinkers
Philip Roscoe asks whether our expectations of the lone entrepreneur are unrealistic.
Emma Rice reveals the influences that stamp her work as a theatre director.
Parallels and Paradoxes
Shahidha Bari examines the ideas behind the founding of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra.
Shobana Jeyasingh on how different dance traditions inform her choreography.
Light in the Dark
Alexandra Harris explores the history of artificial light through literary sources.
Photographer and artist Tom Hunter on the impact that Vermeer has had on his work.
Looking beyond the Dead
Zoe Norridge ask why photos of Africa fix perceptions of the continent at its worst times.
Indian-born choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh reflects on the influences shaping her dances.
The Canon of Comics
Jon Adams compares the work of modern comic book enthusiasts to ancient biblical scholars.
Floods Two Years On, Pride of Ronnie, GCSEs
Flooded families await answers two years on, Ronnie's pride, and life after GCSEs.
Comedians Rhod Gilbert, Stuart Mitchell and Susie McCabe plus movie reviews, theatre and live music
Grant Stott is joined by Welsh comedian, TV star and writer Rhod Gilbert.
Where to Begin With... Pedro Almodovar
Where to Begin with... Pedro Almodovar
King of the North Steven Rainey welcomes George RR Martin to Winterfell, aka Castle Ward
Danny Brocklehurst on Brassic, Why are fewer people taking English A level?, Fisherwomen
Bafta winner Danny Brocklehurst on new comedy drama Brassic.