New York, slumbering for 18 Covid-stricken months, is reawakening to the tune of the Metropolitan Opera’s La Bohème.
Whether you have a small budget or a bigger one, here are a selection of stocking fillers for the wine lovers in your life.
The actress Rebecca Night shares her five favourite things.
If you plan on reading one book on Martian geology and our exploration of the red planet this (or next) year, then make sure it’s this book.
The Reaction guide to what to watch this week across all streaming platforms.
An interview with Noor Murad, the Bahraini-born chef and co-author of Ottolenghi Test Kitchen: Shelf Love.
The Reaction round-up of what you should, and shouldn’t, be reading this week.
In this painting, Arthur Dove seems to use shifting patterns of colour and curves to depict musical harmonies.
“Viral” gives the reader an unexpected insight into ill-regulated laboratories.
It is vital that Boris Johnson rises to the challenge of this new variant and shows dutiful leadership.
Daily Briefing: Experts are urging not to panic about Omicron, a new coronavirus variant.
Some migrants, already in a “safe” country, are determined to make the perilous journey across the channel to reach Britain.
This week, Maggie Pagano is joined by Alastair Benn and Mark Fox. Stories include US stocks slide on news of new covid variant in South Africa, the English Channel tragedy, the flooding at The Smithsonian.
A furious French leader has disinvited the Home Secretary to talks on the channel migrants crisis after Boris Johnson’s letter to the Élysée was published. The President’s response is odd, when there is so much at stake in human terms.
More and more countries are tightening their travel restrictions after a new Covid-19 variant was discovered in southern Africa earlier this week.
Neil Collins’ Notebook: The government appears terrified of the consequences of a fall in domestic property prices – despite it being so long overdue.
Under Scholz, Germany is set to legalise cannabis, abolish mass holding centres for refugees and dip its toe in the culture wars with its stance on gender. With Covid and inflation surging, his leadership skills will be tested from day one.
Daily Briefing: A diplomatic blame game is brewing between the British and French over the rise in illegal immigration.