James Joyce’s long, difficult masterpiece has a fearsome reputation. To mark Bloomsday, Sarah Lynch took the challenge to read the whole thing in seven days.
As the fourth series of the fantasy TV show concludes in the US, Jane Ciabattari examines why it can’t escape from The Lord of the Rings’ long shadow.
For Fathers’ Day, David G Allan looks at the lessons that parents can take from Harper Lee’s classic novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.
For a special series of Talking Books from Hay Festival, Razia Iqbal interviews Norwegian writer, Karl Ove Knausgaard, a recent and surprise literary success.
Watch American pianist Emmanuel Ax and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra perform Beethoven’s Piano Concertos 1 and 2 from the Sydney Opera House.
Language barriers, cultural differences and even politics can prompt film names to change around the world.
Eight amazing pictures of the week, including a fantasy vision of Zambia’s space programme, foot selfies and a sculpture covered in chewing gum.
The radical design conceived by inventor Richard Buckminster Fuller was futuristic and influential. Jonathan Glancey salutes a revolutionary structure.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including how an odd looking man conquered Hollywood, the end of the detective film and the work of an obituary writer.
As more directors switch to digital, a movement to save film is gaining pace. Tom Brook reports.