Claire Danes: mesmerisingly good in the fifth season of ‘Homeland’

(...) and foolhardy Middle East specialist with a contact book that gives access to the head of Hezbollah(...)

Belarussian journalist and writer Svetlana Alexievich, the 2015 Nobel literature winner, following a news conference in Minsk, Belarus on Thursday.  Photograph: Sergei Grits/AP

(...) form.” Perhaps her most acclaimed book is “War’s Unwomanly Face” (1988), based on interviews with(...)

Michael O’Higgins: Some people have commented that Snapshots captures the spirit of the 1980s very well.  I like to think that this essence is there because I spent so much time working on it

(...) were days when I would have been very grateful to get one. My book was ignored. I received a single(...)

 Winston Churchill, first lord of the admiralty, at the start of the start of the first World War. Photograph: Popperfoto / Getty Images

(...) is no evidence for it, nor does he reveal who reported it. Although this book is a literary biography(...)

(...) narrative device that moves the story’s telling from book to play-within-a-play has a knowingness that(...)

(...) recounted in an award-winning children’s book (Mordicai Gerstein’s The Man Who Walked Between the Towers(...)

Green Griants: by E Freya Williams. Price: €29.99

(...) exemplars in this field and their stories provide the backbone of this book by sustainability consultant(...)

(...) book shares its overall title and recounts a visit to Herbert and his wife at the parsonage of Bemerton(...)

(...) touches of the teeth”). In one book, she discovers real-life diver Rodney Fox, who was massively injured(...)

Róisín Ingle. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

(...) she keeps private. Until this book came out, there was one subject in particular about which she had(...)