No one lampoons PC and politics like South Park does.
Bowie’s brilliance defies psychiatric reductivism.
A new Tate exhibition shows that contemporary art is now just about whinging.
Louis Theroux’s zany big-screen outing is a return form.
Dylan isn't literature: he's for listening to, not reading.
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Giving ethnic minorities and women a leg-up is deeply patronising.
Wicked’s success invites cynicism – it deserves admiration.
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