The Chicks, the biggest selling U.S. female band, on their new album Gaslighter. Read more
The Chicks, Hammed Animashaun, Liz Johnson Artur
The Chicks, the biggest selling U.S. female band, on their new album Gaslighter.
Winning back audience trust, the doctor turned novelist, musical collaboration in lockdown
Get Carter director Mike Hodges, Tate Bursary artist Oreet Ashery, the plight of arts freelancers in the pandemic
Mike Hodges, director of Get Carter, on his 1989 film Black Rainbow, with Rosanna Arquette
Alfre Woodard, film Come As You Are and Ellie Goulding album Brightest Blue reviewed, Richard Herring
Alfre Woodard on playing a death row prison warden in Clemency.
Josephine Mackerras, Sean Edwards, summer theatre round-up, John Mullan on Mansfield Park
Josephine Mackerras on her film, Alice, about a woman who becomes an escort.
Nell Dunn, Kelly O'Sullivan, 846, Q Magazine
Nell Dunn on her new memoir The Muse, Kelly O'Sullivan, 846, Q Magazine.
Tom Sutcliffe talks to screenwriter and film director Oliver Stone about his memoir Chasing the Light
Director Oliver Stone on getting into Hollywood chronicled in his memoir Chasing the Light
Jimmy McGovern; crime writing prize; dancing in lockdown; photographer Tyler Mitchell
Jimmy McGovern; crime writing; dancing in lockdown; photographer Tyler Mitchell.
Mira Nair on A Suitable Boy, Taylor Swift's album Folklore, the film How to Build a Girl, Alberta Whittle and Theatre News
Director Mira Nair on her television adaptation of Vikram Seth's novel, A Suitable Boy.
Shirley Collins, Kit de Waal, Caine Prize for African Writing winner, Olivia de Havilland remembered
Folk singer Shirley Collins on her album Heart's Ease.
Shawanda Corbett, Booker longlist 2020, Claire Oakley
Shawanda Corbett, The Booker longlist, Claire Oakley
Hilary Mantel, Electronic at The Design Museum, Ai Wei Wei, the future for the panto?
Whipped cream on The Fourth Plinth, Derry Girls creator Lisa McGee, and Booker Prize nominated Avni Doshi
Heather Phillipson's Trafalgar Square whipped cream sculpture, and Derry Girls' Lisa McGee
Sir Alan Parker remembered, Beyoncé's Black is King, Prodigal Son, Natasha Trethewey, Don Hahn
Sir Alan Parker remembered by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais.
Barbara Kingsolver as poet, Es Devlin's Lockdown Discovery, Sculptor Thomas J. Price, pianist Leon Fleisher remembered
Barbara Kingsolver, designer Es Devlin, and artist Thomas J Price
Little Birds writer Sophia Al-Maria, Simon Armitage, Summer reads, Tara Gbolade
Artist, writer, and filmmaker Sophia Al-Maria on Little Birds, and Simon Armitage.
Maggie O'Farrell, Singing in Choirs and Covid, Mark Billingham's Lockdown Discovery
Maggie O'Farrell on Hamnet, shortlisted for the Women's Prize.
Arts in the Midlands, Love Letters to Scotland, Soweto Kinch
Arts in the Midlands, Love Letters to Scotland, and Soweto Kinch's Lockdown Discovery.
Es Devlin, Drama by postcard, Ali Smith's Summer, photographer Alys Tomlinson
Es Devlin on her artwork marking the 75th anniversary of Nagasaki and Hiroshima
Xiaolu Guo, Belarus Free Theatre, Blindness, The Leach Pottery
Novelist Xiaolu Guo, Belarus Free Theatre arrests, Bernard Leach's St Ives pottery
Glyndebourne Opera returns. My Rembrandt film. How dangerous is playing the trumpet?
Lovecraft Country, Prison Radio Drama, Women's Prize For Fiction Shortlisted Jenny Offill
TV drama Lovecraft Country, set in 1950s Jim Crow America, reviewed.
Lyricist Don Black
Lyricist Don Black on writing songs like Diamonds are Forever and Born Free.
Gloria Estefan, Pinocchio, Shane McCrae
Gloria Estefan on her album Brazil305, a new film version of Pinocchio, poet Shane McCrae.
An interview with Jamaican dub poet Linton Kwesi Johnson
An interview with Jamaican dub poet Linton Kwesi Johnson, 2020 PEN Pinter Prize winner.
Modern Productions in a Roman Theatre, the Art of the Prequel, the Pandemic and Redundancies in the Arts Industries
Making modern work in a Roman theatre; how to create a prequel; yet more arts redundancies
Stanley Spencer's wives, the damage to culture in Beirut, Angie Cruz
The Wives of Stanley Spencer, the destruction of arts and culture in Beirut.
The One and Only Ivan director Thea Sharrock, Educating Rita, writing about music, research on Covid-19 risk from singing
Thea Sharrock on combining CGI and live action in her family movie about a gorilla.
Christopher Nolan's Tenet reviewed, British Museum re-opens, Paula Peters on Wampum exhibition, Shedinburgh fringe festival
The long-awaited Tenet on the big screen - Front Row reviews.
Algorithms in the arts, Composer Hannah Kendall, Daljit Nagra's Poetry Roundup, Cuties film controversy
Algorithms in art, Composer Hannah Kendall, Daljit Nagra's Poetry Roundup, Cuties film.
An extended interview with dramatist Lucy Prebble
An extended interview with dramatist Lucy Prebble.