World Book Day 2018: MPs’ favourite childhood reads

Politicians, including Jess Phillips, Nadine Dorries and Vince Cable, on the books they fell in love with as children

I, Tonya review: A razor-sharp comedy on ice

Margot Robbie excels in this retelling of one of the most infamous incidents in the history of sport

Want to be asked out? Then stop staying in

Like so many others, my divorced friend found ‘The One’ at a party she almost didn’t go to

10 easy steps to becoming a New Progressive

Put prejudice and selfishness behind you by learning to think like a ‘woke’ millennial

Big business once cherished workers. Now it exploits them

Victorian capitalists belonged to the same town as those who worked for them. They could not escape the demands of the neighbourhood

Television comedy is caught in a cycle of recycling

Do TV viewers really want to see the likes of Roseanne and Will & Grace revived?

Ben Shapiro

Inside the intellectual dark web

Thanks to the internet, millions now have access to views mainstream media considers ‘forbidden’. Douglas Murray examines the freethinkers leading the charge

Why Democrats are pinning their White House hopes on a celebrity-in-chief

Reagan, Trump… Oprah? Damian Reilly examines the star-spangled race to replace Donald Trump

Summer music festivals 2018: a guide

Ticket information and line-up news for Latitude, Green Man, Bestival and more

Bafta Film Awards 2018: in pictures

Highlights from a star-studded night at the Royal Albert Hall

Bafta Film Awards 2018: full list of winners

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri won five awards, including Best Picture

Lady Bird review: a coming-of-age comedy to fall for

Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalfe shine in a film that basks in early noughties nostalgia

The most delicious moments in literature

Laura Freeman, author of The Reading Cure, picks out her favourite examples of mouth-watering writing

Black Panther review: A superhero film with bite

Black Panther is an original, funny and defiantly African blockbuster

Exhibition preview: All Too Human, Tate Britain

Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud are the headliners of Tate Britain’s upcoming show

A beginner’s guide to birdwatching

Essential tips for catching sight of Britain’s stunning array of birds

Six films to watch in February

Lady Bird, Black Panther and The Shape of Water are among the films to catch this month

Eight exhibitions to see

Old Masters, Victorian photographers and Francis Bacon all feature in our round-up of the best current and upcoming exhibitions

Gallery: Grammys 2018

Bruno Mars won six awards at the ceremony in New York

Early Man review: a football comedy that doesn’t hit the back of the net

A team of prehistoric footballers take to the pitch in the latest stop motion animation from Aardman

The rotten king with an exquisite taste in art

The Royal Academy’s new exhibition reunites paintings from Charles I’s legendary collection

Oscars 2018: full list of nominations

The nominations are in for this year’s Academy Awards

How to get hooked on fly fishing

A beginner’s guide to tackling fly fishing for the first time

The artist who lived with war and Warhol

Philip Pearlstein on his memories of flat-sharing with Andy Warhol and how military service prepared him for life as an artist

Gallery: Monet and Architecture

An upcoming National Gallery exhibition brings together Monet’s paintings of buildings, bridges and other architecture