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Hack Attack: How the Truth Caught Up With Rupert Murdoch by Nick Davies review

Did Rupert Murdoch get away with it? Nick Davies gives us the story behind the story.

Prom 46: West-Eastern Divan Orchestra/Barenboim review an occasion as much as a concert

The Middle Eastern orchestra's assured handling of four pieces by Ravel highlighted its impressive progress under Barenboim.

Edinburgh festival 2014 review: Circus Incognitus a little beauty

New Town theatre, EdinburghJamie Adkins' one-man marvel of a show blends clowning and vaudeville in ways that are subtle, clever and moving Continue reading...

Last days of the fringe Edinburgh shows to make a comical dash for

Edinburgh festival fringe ends on Sunday, so our comedy critic reveals where to go for last-minute fun, from debut comics to wacky standups Continue reading...

I Believe in Unicorns review Michael Morpurgo's book comes alive on the stage

Vaudeville theatre, LondonThe many stories in Dani Parr's show cause initial grumbling in the stalls that gives way to delight as the set comes to life Continue reading...

I Believe in Unicorns review Michael Morpurgo's book comes alive on the stage

Vaudeville theatre, LondonThe many stories in Dani Parr's show cause initial grumbling in the stalls that gives way to delight as the set comes to lifeMy mission to turn my god-daughter Blue into a theatre buff is coming along nicely. In fact, when Blue f

J by Howard Jacobson review the British dystopian novel of our time?

In his 1982 book Nature and Madness, American ecologist Paul Shepard remarked: "The only society more frightful than one run by children, as in William Golding's Lord of the Flies, might be one run by childish adults."

The Matiushin Case by Oleg Pavlov the dehumanisation of a Soviet soldier

This lucid translation of Pavlov's powerful quasi-autobiographical novel confronts the horror of Russian history.

Kimbra on The Golden Echo: 'we're making a piece of history here'

The singer is losing her Kiwi accent but not her dreamy ambition, rewriting Greek myth for her new album and recruiting John Legend via Twitter to sing on it.

Future Days: Krautrock and the Building of Modern Germany by David Stubbs review

The emergence of krautrock was one of postwar culture's most spectacular blossomingsIt is a truth too little acknowledged, but surely incontestable: rock music, during its 40-year era (1954 to 1994, roughly its most obvious bookends are the first Elvis P