2012 top ten, 6: John Wyver

29th December 2012

Following is my contribution to the week of top tens, and the last of this half-dozen offerings. Again - apart from the first - this in no particular order. Many thanks to Keith, Linda, Todd, Simon and Louise for the more

2012 top ten, 5: Louise Machin

28th December 2012

Our top tens of the year continue with the selection of our head of business development, Louise Machin. The final choice follows tomorrow. Louise: In no particular order, this is my top ten list of things I enjoyed especially more

‘War and lechery’

8th August 2012

I snuck away from London over the past two days on a kind of avant-garde Shakespeare mini-break. Last night I was in Stratford to see Troilus and Cressida, a co-pro between the Royal Shakespeare Company and more

… and a third ten on Danny’s Britain

3rd August 2012

Seven days later. A week on from Danny Boyle's Olympics opening ceremony, and the great writing about that extraordinary vision keeps on coming. So I cannot resist offering links to a third group of ten views. Across the jump you more

Ten more on Danny’s Britain

29th July 2012

My post yesterday picking out ten great online pieces about the Olympics opening ceremony was this blog's most popular post for months and months. In part as a consequence of the remarkable interest that prompted, and also because more

Ten thoughts about… Danny’s Britain

28th July 2012

If nothing else, we will be thinking and talking about the Olympics opening ceremony for many a moon. The detailed cultural analyses will follow in the weeks and months to come, but it's worth stressing that it was a lot more