Robert F Kennedy repeatedly found solace and meaning in the works of the Athenian Tragedian, Aeschylus.
This week’s poem describes a deep appreciation of the English countryside by naturist and ‘war poet’ Edward Thomas.
The Euros, and spectators, are back. But hope seems to be in short supply for England.
An interview with Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen founder Zoe Adjonyoh.
The Reaction guide to what to watch this week across all streaming platforms.
OperaGlass Works’ new production of Benjamin Britten “The Turn of Screw” is a gloomy masterpiece.
Writer and the man behind the @soverybritish Twitter account, Rob Temple, shares his favourite things.
A quietly impactful documentary offering an intimate look at the lives of farmyard animals.
Reaction’s friends and writers pen an ode to the destinations they have spent the last year dreaming of and intend to travel to once it is safe to do so.
The President’s Daughter by Bill Clinton and James Patterson – a review with more action than the book
Clinton’s latest collaboration with James Patterson is a strange mix of presidential confusion and morally questionable blurring of history and fiction.
The Reaction round-up of what you should, and shouldn’t, be reading this week.
Cornwall used to receive the highest per capita levels of EU support in England – have the Cornish been abandoned post-Brexit?
Greek and Turkish wine are the best-kept secrets of the wine world.
Unless Boris Johnson has a change of heart, reopening will be pushed back. MPs must fight back.
Beyond all the gladhanding and uplifting bonhomie in Cornwall, the leaders of the world’s democracies face a series of serious economic challenges.
Iain Martin and Tim Montgomerie discuss the Euros – the feelgood footballing aspect of the tournament and the political shenanigans – and the G7 gathering of
Binge-eating bloggers and children being sent to “fat farms” are symptoms of the country’s growing weight crisis.
The G7 catwalk has seen some natty dressers and fashion triumphs… as well as the odd faux pas.