ALWYN TURNER on Edgar Wallace’s cynical tales of colonial administration from 1911.
Is this 1922 novel John Buchan’s best thriller? ALWYN TURNER thinks so.
The late Real Thing singer in his own words.
ALWYN TURNER on Dornford Yates (beloved of both Michael Gove and Mark Gattis) and his 1950 novel of lost England.
‘Can you imagine nations trembling at the thunderings of a person called Mogg?’
After watching Darkest Hour, ROGER HERMISTON reflects that one man’s dramatic licence may be another’s historical distortion.
ALWYN TURNER on how Robin Hood and the Scarlet Pimpernel shaped Terry Nation’s series.