The most interesting moment of the Brits.
Yui Mok/PA Archive
The most interesting thing to come out of the awards was Madonna's tumble – and this says a lot.
Colour tells the story, as well as the script.
BBC/Company Productions Ltd
Costume in the TV adaptation is not only authentic. It also, like the use of dress in contemporary Tudor portraiture, helps tell the story.
Black, white and read all over.
The Little Black Classics are 80 little black-and-white books selling at 80p each. Capitalising on a rich history?
Fashion journalist and don’t like it? Tough.
Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
The line between advertising and editorial may be blurred in newspapers, but it's all but non-existent in consumer magazines.
Linnaeus Tripe, Front of the Mundapum at Secundermalie, 1858.
© Wilson Centre for Photography
23 February 2015
The Tate's latest exhibition goes some way towards freeing the history of photography from the artistic canon.
Librarian Stella Butler with the South Bank Show Archive.
University of Leeds
The archive of more than 35 years of The South Bank Show tells us a great deal about changing cultural tastes in Britain.
2015’s perfect monster.
Every generation creates a fictional enemy or monster that reflects the principal concern of the time – ours are zombies.
Alejandro G. Inarritu’s Birdman took home four awards, including Best Picture.
Indies to the rescue, the quiet power of foreign language films, Gen-X's crowning moment. All – and more – are covered by our experts, who weigh in on this year's Oscars.
The Foreign Language category at the Academy Awards is old-fashioned and flawed.
Bullying in music education is pervasive, but often more insidious than this.
Aspects of Whiplash are implausible – but it does reflect the real and insidious bullying culture that exists in music education.
UNESCO status: a mill stone round Edinburgh’s neck?
Edinburgh, recently voted fourth-most-beautiful city in the world, is one of many having problems with the coveted UNESCO status. It's time for change.