Books and the ballot box have a long and winding history.
We just can't have enough of all things Arthurian – the legend and its many possible permutations never cease to fascinate.
The Hobbit trilogy can be seen as one of the lowest points of the blockbuster culture.
As Record Store Day shows, there's a lot more to the vinyl revival than simple nostalgia.
Conservative culture minister Ed Vaizey says 'roughly' the same amount of money is going into the arts as it did under Labour. Is he right?
The images of Bergen-Belsen have assumed a particularly special place in British official memory. Why?
Sexology is touted as the heroic struggle for the objective study of human sexuality and the quest for sexual freedom. But what do women think?
Keeping to the old classics – and yes, that includes the Teletubbies – is great for encouraging communication between parents and children.
There's little in the way of sex and combat, but season five promises a lot...
Grass's true legacy is not the piously delivered moral messages that many associate with him – but his humour.
Terry Pratchett and Jorge Luis Borges may have been the prophets of the future library.
The legendary commentator perfectly understood the rhythms of cricket.