Over 30 years, Richard Rogers’ great creation has matured from a futuristic oddity to an icon of the City. Jonathan Glancey explains its unique appeal.
The creative force behind the period drama talks about where his characters are as his show begins its final episodes. Jace Lacob reports.
Terrorist groups generate millions from looted artefacts, most of which disappear into private collections, writes Andrea Watson.
Helen Mirren stars as Maria Altmann, who reclaimed works looted in World War II. She tells Tom Brook what they meant to the niece of ‘the woman in gold’.
From rugged workwear to fashion staple, denim jeans have gone from strength to strength. Katya Foreman gets the skinny on the ubiquitous trousers.
‘The girlfriend look’ is all the rage on the catwalk – but will men really wear lace and chiffon? Lindsay Baker investigates.
Towering buildings have attracted and repulsed film-makers since the first days of the movies. Nicholas Barber looks back at Hollywood’s changing attitudes.
Walking on water has never been so easy. BBC Culture picks some of the 21st Century’s most eye-catching designs – including a structure that curls into a ball.
Helen Mirren plays a Jewish woman from whom the Nazis stole a famous painting. Is it schmaltzy or substantive? Owen Gleiberman gives a verdict.
Alain Gales meets first assistant director Alex Oakley on the set of Kristin Scott Thomas’ latest film, Suite Française to find out how a movie comes together.