Watch the great American pianist and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra perform Piano Concertos 3 and 4 at the Sydney Opera House.
Oscar Niemeyer designed a metropolis where none had stood previously when he envisioned Brasilia. Jonathan Glancey looks at the success rate of ‘new cities’.
A new show of extreme shoe designs includes pairs made out of cutlery and elephant dung. BBC Culture speaks with the curator.
Subversive fashion is as much part of the UK tradition as upright formalwear. But why is this the case? Lindsay Baker takes a look.
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.
Eight amazing pictures of the week, including a fantasy vision of Zambia’s space programme, foot selfies and a sculpture covered in chewing gum.
Mobile boutiques are all the rage in southern California – and they’re spreading across the US. Joanne Griffith takes a closer look at the phenomenon.
By most measures it is one of the world’s most pleasant places to live – so why are so many movie dystopias set there? Andrew Mueller investigates.
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.
For Fathers’ Day, David G Allan looks at the lessons that parents can take from Harper Lee’s classic novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.