Don't be alarmed: it's no more dangerous than other sports, and in fact, it's actually good for your health.
The 20th century saw battle lines drawn between music-driven youth movements and the state like none before.
Today, the causes of many phobias are as inscrutable as ever – but they were only 'invented' in the 19th century.
Tolkien and Zamenhof are two of imaginary languages' most successful proponents – yet their aims were very different.
Spending a year living life as David Bowie gave me a better understanding of the pop icon’s mind and work.
As a British judge has just discovered, swearing's fine ... until you do it in the wrong place.
The Marxist philosopher, art critic and novelist popularised complex ideas and helped bring art into the mainstream.
The film is a powerful reworking of the novel by Japanese novelist Endō Shūsaku.
The great polymath's late output reads like a manual for artists saying goodbye.
The V&A’s current exhibition, Revolution, highlights that all is not rosy from the vantage point of 2016.
Despite the political renaissance, Scotland's literature is in need of new blood.
British comedy has always revelled in self-reflexive parody. Now, following Brexit, perhaps the re-nationalisation of British comedy is nigh.