History, music, cooking, travel, books, theatre, film - but also with an eye on the 'culture wars', nationalism and identity.
‘The Roald Dahl Affair is a Lesson in the Culture War of Nostalgia’
If voters can't be scared by the threat of the 'woke left' devaluing their house – they might be scared by it devaluing their childhood, writes Graham Williamson
‘Kipling Out, Hemingway In? Why the Dahl Edits Fails on Diversity’
The decision to alter Roald Dahl's texts to make them more inclusive misses the mark – and ignores wider failures of diversity in children's publishing, writes Sian Norris