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July/August 2017
The debate between Sir Roger Scruton and Terry Eagleton enhances our national discourse
 
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July/August 2017
Stephen Glover's Fleet Street novel Splash! is a burlesque treat
 
 
July/August 2017
An exhibition lets us see objects from Matisse’s studio alongside the paintings he used them in
 
 
July/August 2017
The makers of a documentary about British jihadists shown on Channel 4 deserve our thanks
 
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January/February 2014
A superb new film vividly portrays the use and abuse of scripture by slavers to justify their evil acts
 
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July/August 2017
The National Theatre’s new play about Enclosure is a dud, unlike On The Town in Regent’s Park
 
 
July/August 2017
Bruckner and Mahler were very different but their epic ninth symphonies have much in common