Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture
26 May 2004

Not enough Culture Online

State-sponsored chatrooms don't increase public access to culture.

21 May 2004

TV UK, 21 May

Why are TV shows about buying, building or bettering our homes dominating the schedules?

19 May 2004

That joke isn’t funny anymore

How eternal misfit Morrissey became a man of our times.

14 May 2004

Archive_Belfast

In a new photography exhibition, the remnants of the Troubles remain stuck between past and present.

Football Factory fodder

The response to a new film about hooligans suggests that while the soccerati might like football, they don’t like its fans.

13 May 2004

TV UK, 13 May

Are murderers made in trailer parks?

TV UK, 7 May

A grotesque morality tale masquerading as a teenage musical? Whatever.

29 April 2004

TV UK, 29 April

Bad scallops and failing schools.

28 April 2004

Good gay, bad gay

On paper, Monster is a queer activist's movie nightmare - so why no backlash?

28 April 2004

The object of art museums

James Cuno, director of London's Courtauld Institute of Art, believes that museums should stick to what they do best rather than trying to be schools or daycare centres.