The literary classic is getting the Tom Hardy and Steven Knight treatment for BBC One. Great if you’re a newcomer – not so great if you’ve seen it a trillion times before
The streaming giant’s announcement precedes the English-language publication of the acclaimed author’s latest work
Jacqueline Wilson: ‘All my children’s books had sunk without a trace – then I saw an advert for foster children and thought: What a horrible thing’
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former FBI director James Comey said in an ABC News interview on Sunday that U.S. President Donald Trump is a dangerous, “morally unfit” leader doing “tremendous damage” to institutional and cultural norms.
The Swedish author, whose life was laid bare in controversial novels by her ex-husband, is successfully reviving her own career
The former probation officer tells Desert Island Discs of the time he was in ‘a tiny room’ with the serial killer
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Diane Kacprowski showed up at 57th Street Books in Chicago early on Tuesday on a mission to be one of the first to snap up a copy of James Comey’s scalding memoir about his time at the helm of the FBI and his abrupt firing by President Donald Trump.
With New York’s glitziest fashion event in lockdown, people rose to the occasion on social media
The historian offers a hopeful view of human nature in his latest book, Humankind. It couldn’t have come at a better time
The story of global conflict is all the more powerful when it isn’t seen in black and white. Artist Marina Amaral explains her latest work
As authors from Chaucer to Hollinghurst have shown, sex reveals our emotions, instincts and morals. The question is not why write about sex, claims author Garth Greenwell, it’s why write about anything else?
These tightly focused stories of Jewish life in Nazi-occupied Poland should be be remembered, as vital historical witness and as great literature