Arguably, the most effective of Pauline Boty's paintings is Untitled (Sunflower Woman), writes Marc Kristal in his glorious biography of the British Pop Art icon.
Four children, 500 sheep, 20 chickens: no time! In her unflinchingly honest memoir, HELEN REBANKS says what it’s REALLY life to live on a farm…
Four children, 500 sheep, 50 cattle, 20 chickens, six sheepdogs and two ponies roam their Lake District farm. Her memoir is structured around a day...
Nadiya Hussain has revealed that she's currently reading Lessons In Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus, where the main character is a chemist-turned-TV cook.
Guru. Salesman. Sex pest: The search for enlightenment led The Beatles to the Maharishi. But when their idol made a pass at Mia Farrow, disillusion set in
In a lively narrative, delivered with wit and warmth, Brown shows how Eastern mysticism went from being suspect to venerable, and back again to a subject of scepticism.
‘Find out what people HATE and make them hate it MORE’: The ruinous reparations demanded of Germany after World War I led to hyperinflation – and the cynical exploitation by Hitler and Goebbels of the bitterness felt by ordinary people
Those 13 Weimar years had been politically chaotic, but they allowed a remarkable cultural and artistic freedom to flourish.