We need to talk about We Need To Talk About Kevin, p58
Claude Lorrain classics, p52
FINE Arts SPECIAL 48 Andrew Lambirth Let art speak for itself 50 Art market Daniel Grant 52 Exhibitions Claude Lorrain:
The Enchanted Landscape Michael Prodger 54 Fra Angelico and the
Masters of Light David Platzer 55 Ford Madox Brown:
Pre-Raphaelite Painter Laura Gascoigne 56 Dance The Royal Ballet; Brilliant
Corners; The Difference Engine Giannandrea Poesio 57 Olden but golden Charles Spencer 58 Cinema We Need to Talk About Kevin
Deborah Ross 59 Opera Xerxes
Michael Tanner 60 Theatre The Pitmen Painters; Honeypot
61 Radio Olivia Glazebrook 62 Television James Delingpole Culture notes Rebecca Nicholson
Life 69 High life Taki Low life Jeremy Clarke 71 Real life Melissa Kite 72 Motoring Alan Judd Bridge Susanna Gross
Andfinaly . . . 74 Chess Raymond Keene 75 Competition; Crossword 76 Status anxiety Toby Young Dave Michael Heath 77 The Wiki Man Rory Sutherland Your problems solved Mary Killen 78 Drink Bruce Anderson Ancient and modern Peter Jones
How touching to think that the BlackBerry is going the way of the crinoline and the gramophone Charles Moore, p11
Our economic system is fairweather laissez-faireism which turns interventionist for the powerful when the weather goes bad Ross Clark, p20
Something Understood is a 30-minute encouragement to be human — just what my Sunday morning needs Olivia Glazebrook, p61
Douglas Murray is an associate director of the Henry Jackson Society.
Dot Wordsworth writes The Spectator’s ‘Mind your language’ column.
Philip Hensher’s most recent novel is King of the Badgers. Samuel Brittan has been an economic commentator at the
Financial Times since 1966.
Anne Chisholm has written biographies of Nancy Cunard, Rumer Godden and Frances Partridge.
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