Digital precision has enhanced the images we see and the sounds we hear – but is it robbing creative works of their soul, writes Sam Leith
Christopher Jackson visits Paris and finds smashed storefronts on the Champs-Élysées. Why, then, is the city so upbeat?
Like our own Anthony Haden-Guest, Toby Mott lived to tell the tale of the punk years. Now he dedicates his life to sharing memorabilia of the era
Opened in the 1887 and named after Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore, one of the most storied hotels in the world reopens this month after a comprehensive two-and-a -half-year renovation.
An Emmy award-winning filmmaker-turned-farmer documents a personal, unusual and wild journey through the countryside, writes Rasika Sittamparam