John Boorman has made hugely influential movies like Deliverance and Hope & Glory. He reveals the films that shaped him.
Susie Lau reports from London Fashion Week, where female warriors adopt full battle dress and a horsewoman attends a memorial – dressed in Alexander McQueen.
The Ajanta Caves were a sanctuary for Buddhist monks that was forgotten, along with its stunning riches, for nearly 1,500 years. Jonathan Glancey investigates.
From Ancient Greece to the modern day, the brassiere has undergone many incarnations in form, function and social context. Katya Foreman sizes it up.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including a masterclass in typeface design and “the best musician you’ve never heard of”.
Last month we asked you to send in your problems. Our columnist, Hephzibah Anderson has tried to solve them with bibliotherapy. Here are her first responses.
The 2015 Academy Awards lacked the vulgarity of the past – but political correctness meant the ceremony fell flat. Owen Gleiberman gives his verdict.
More than 300 shows jostled for attention in the Big Apple’s fashion extravaganza. Susie Lau picks the out the most interesting developments for BBC Culture.
British success at the Oscars is not a new phenomenon – but this year the nominations are dominated by stars from the UK. BBC Culture finds out why.
The British actor is the front-runner in the best actor category at this year’s Oscars. He talks to Tom Brook about bringing Stephen Hawking to the screen.