If Anthony Joshua is the future of boxing, God help us

Boxing is crying out for a charismatic leading light, but Joshua isn’t that man

Five exhibitions to see

From Rembrandt to Grayson Perry, an eclectic selection of exhibitions to visit in the coming months

The Diary: your essential what’s on guide

Your indispensable guide to the best theatre, film, sport and more coming up in the next seven days

Five ways to make the most of tiny spaces

Taking inspiration from the Barbican’s Japanese House exhibition

Olivier Awards 2017: full list of winners

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child won a record-breaking nine awards

horses go over a jump in the 2016 Grand National

How to pick a Grand National winner

From algorithm to blind luck, there are many ways to choose which horse to bet on

a type writer and screwed up paper

The British short story needs saving

This grand literary tradition is being killed off by vapid competitions

Is Ivanka Trump a restrainer, or an enabler?

The unofficial but crucial role of Ivanka Trump at her father’s White House

Only two public figures had names prefixed by the word ‘mad’. Both were regulars at my local

Gentrification had already started in Islington, so eccentrics like Frankie Fraser and Mike Calvert stood out a mile

A visitor looks at a selection of paintings, at the press view for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2006, the world's largest open contemporary art exhibition showcasing work by unknown and emerging artists

How the Royal Academy is dramatically reinventing itself

To mark its 250th anniversary next year, the RA is to undergo an extensive redevelopment

Jordan Spieth playing at the Masters, Augusta, in 2015

The Diary: your essential what’s on guide

Your indispensable guide to the best theatre, film, sport, restaurants and much more

Interview: AP McCoy on betting, boobs and boozing at the Cheltenham Festival

The 20-time champion jockey discusses life after racing and what inspired him to write Jilly Cooper-style bonkbusters

Exhibition preview: Howard Hodgkin at National Portrait Gallery

The death of the revered British painter comes shortly before the opening of a major new show in London

Exhibition preview: Cure3

Damien Hirst, Grayson Perry and Peter Blake put art in a box to raise money for Parkinson’s charity

Six plays to book ahead for

A selection of the most highly-anticipated productions on their way to British theatres in the coming months

The death of the album has been exaggerated

The remarkable resurgence of vinyl shows there’s life in the LP yet

Olivier Awards 2017: full list of nominations

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child receives a record-breaking 11 nominations

Camera action: Rankin’s top photography tips

The acclaimed British photographer on the importance of experimentation and atmosphere

Prue Leith: a perfect choice for Great British Bake Off

New presenters Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding face a tough task replacing Mel and Sue

Why Enid Blyton is still the queen of children’s books

75 years on from the first Famous Five story, the appeal of these old fashioned adventures shows no sign of abating

The welcome return of the Nokia 3310

Increasing numbers of people are rejecting flash gadgets in favour of retro technology

Is ‘duty free’ really duty-free?

Bargain hunting for booze can be a tricky business at airports

Oscars 2017: in pictures

Highlights from the 89th Academy Awards