In Review

Post-pandemic blues? Give these podcasts a try
Headspace
In Review

Post-pandemic blues? Give these podcasts a try

Featuring Radio Headspace, Unf*ck Your Brain, Just One Thing, the Blindboy Podcast and more
18 Jun 2021
Films to watch in 2021
The Father film
In Review

Films to watch in 2021

This year’s movies include The Father, In The Heights and Dream Horse
18 Jun 2021
Toyota Mirari: what the critics are saying
Toyota Mirai
In Review

Toyota Mirari: what the critics are saying

This new hydrogen-powered car (from £53,995) is not for those who like a wild ride
18 Jun 2021
Book of the week: The Case of the Married Woman
Caroline Norton
In Review

Book of the week: The Case of the Married Woman

Antonia Fraser’s biography takes on a life that ‘reads like a Victorian sensation novel’
18 Jun 2021
TV crime dramas to watch in 2021
Sean Bean and Stephen Graham star in Time
In Review

TV crime dramas to watch in 2021

Time, Mare of Easttown and Line of Duty are on this year’s must-binge list
18 Jun 2021
What the critics are saying about Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch at the Royal Academy
Tracey Emin
In Review

What the critics are saying about Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch at the Royal Academy

Seeing their work side by side, it is clear that the artists share ‘a depth of turmoil that can leave you breathless’
17 Jun 2021
Theatre and summer opera: the reopening continues
After Life
In Review

Theatre and summer opera: the reopening continues

What are the critics saying about After Life, The Girl Next Door and Garsington Opera’s production of Der Rosenkavalier?
17 Jun 2021

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Solas at The Savoy: a glittering al-fresco pop-up
Pop-up restaurant Solas is located in the iconic Savoy Court
In Review

Solas at The Savoy: a glittering al-fresco pop-up

This collaboration with Bowmore whisky offers a memorable way to spend an evening
16 Jun 2021
The GB News reviews: foxy, fresh or utterly deadly?
GB News launch
In Review

The GB News reviews: foxy, fresh or utterly deadly?

Newly launched channel wins bigger audience share than BBC or Sky
14 Jun 2021
What are the critics saying about the British Museum’s Nero exhibition?
Nero
In Review

What are the critics saying about the British Museum’s Nero exhibition?

The show attempts to completely rewrite the story of a historical monster. Can it possibly succeed in setting the record straight?
11 Jun 2021
Book of the week: Material Girls
Material Girls
In Review

Book of the week: Material Girls

Kathleen Stock picks her way through the complex and contentious issue of trans-activism
11 Jun 2021
Podcasts of the week: espionage, ballet and war crimes
Eddie Gallagher
In Review

Podcasts of the week: espionage, ballet and war crimes

Featuring British Scandal, Finding Natasha and The Line
10 Jun 2021
The return of live theatre: Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Four Quartets and Amélie
Amelie The Musical
In Review

The return of live theatre: Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Four Quartets and Amélie

Live theatre is ‘re-emerging from its long pandemic hibernation’ - and here's what the critics are recommending
10 Jun 2021
It’s a Little Bit Mad afternoon tea at The Lanesborough
It's a Little Bit Mad afternoon tea
In Review

It’s a Little Bit Mad afternoon tea at The Lanesborough

Knightsbridge hotel’s edible tribute to Cruella de Vil is devilishly tasty
7 Jun 2021
Book of the week: Amazon Unbound
Jeff Bezos
In Review

Book of the week: Amazon Unbound

Brad Stone explores everything Jeff Bezos has done ‘that has made him the richest man in history’
4 Jun 2021
Exhibition of the week: Eileen Agar’s Angel of Anarchy
Eileen Agar
In Review

Exhibition of the week: Eileen Agar’s Angel of Anarchy

The work of Paul Nash, Lee Miller and Salvador Dalí’s contemporary is being explored at the Whitechapel Gallery
4 Jun 2021
Albums of the week: Handel, Billie Marten and Olivia Rodrigo
Olivia Rodrigo
In Review

Albums of the week: Handel, Billie Marten and Olivia Rodrigo

What are the critics saying about Flora Fauna, Sour and Rodelinda?
4 Jun 2021
Podcasts of the week: pensioners, pubs and Hollywood’s underbelly
Miriam Margolyes
In Review

Podcasts of the week: pensioners, pubs and Hollywood’s underbelly

Featuring Growing Old Disgracefully, The Moon Under Water, Badlands: Hollywoodland and Tech Tech Boom
3 Jun 2021
What are the critics saying about Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms?
Infinity Mirrored Room
In Review

What are the critics saying about Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms?

The much-hyped Tate Modern exhibition has been described as ‘endlessly entrancing’ as well as ‘disquieting’
3 Jun 2021
Hotel Savoy Florence: reignite your passion for luxury travel
Hotel Savoy in Florence
In Review

Hotel Savoy Florence: reignite your passion for luxury travel

This haven of Italian style is the perfect base to explore the city from
3 Jun 2021
Podcasts of the week: exploring books, the deep sea and Tom Waits
Graham Norton book club
In Review

Podcasts of the week: exploring books, the deep sea and Tom Waits

Featuring The Graham Norton Book Club, The Deep-Sea Podcast and Rolling Stone Music Now
28 May 2021
Book of the week: Burning Man
DH Lawrence
In Review

Book of the week: Burning Man

Frances Wilson sifts through D.H. Lawrence’s legacy for ‘what remains urgent and alive’
28 May 2021
What are the critics saying about David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring?
David Hockney painting
In Review

What are the critics saying about David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring?

The paintings are described as ‘fresh’ and ‘joyous’, but also ‘unremarkable’
28 May 2021
Albums of the week
Sons of Kemet - Black to the Future
In Review

Albums of the week

New releases from Sons of Kemet, Paul Weller, and Les Vents Français
28 May 2021
Thomas Becket: murder and the making of a saint
Stained glass
In Review

Thomas Becket: murder and the making of a saint

The Guardian says this show ‘makes the art of the Middle Ages come alive’
27 May 2021
Albums of the week
St Vincent album
In Review

Albums of the week

New releases from Squid and St. Vincent
24 May 2021
Podcasts of the week: sitting down, music, and life-altering events
Life Changing with Jane Garvey
In Review

Podcasts of the week: sitting down, music, and life-altering events

Featuring A Somewhat Complete History of Sitting Down, Aria Code, Sticky Notes and Life Changing with Jane Garvey
21 May 2021
Book review: Doom by Niall Ferguson
Niall Ferguson's Doom
In Review

Book review: Doom by Niall Ferguson

The Scottish-born Harvard historian Niall Ferguson has put the pandemic in the historical context of catastrophes
21 May 2021
Exhibition of the week: The Making of Rodin
Auguste Rodin - The Burghers of Calais
In Review

Exhibition of the week: The Making of Rodin

For all its strengths, the show is let down by a needlessly ‘censorious’ attitude towards its subject
20 May 2021
Podcasts: on crime and punishment
The Lazarus Heist
In Review

Podcasts: on crime and punishment

Featuring Life Jolt, Prison Bag, Prison Break and The Lazarus Heist
14 May 2021
Albums of the week
Marianne Faithfull with Warren Ellis - She Walks in Beauty
In Review

Albums of the week

New releases from Marianne Faithfull with Warren Ellis, The Coral, and Freddie De Tommaso
14 May 2021
Book of the week: Nuclear Folly
Nuclear Folly
In Review

Book of the week: Nuclear Folly

Serhii Plokhy’s ‘gripping narrative’ reveals the bad decisions that led to the Cuban missile crisis
14 May 2021
Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema
Jason and the Argonauts (1963): ‘a sense of the marvellous’
In Review

Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema

The special effects pioneer’s love of art and mythology is explored in this newly reopened show
10 May 2021
Podcasts: middle age, sport and criminal minds
Lindsey Hilsum: a “total blast” on The Shift podcast
In Review

Podcasts: middle age, sport and criminal minds

Featuring The Shift, Letters From A Killer, Tailenders and more
7 May 2021