Arts & Books

Still Alice is a solidly put together, but ultimately unremarkable drama

Jacob Rees-Mogg is the intelligent yet self-effacing star of Inside the Commons

Theologians forensically take apart Cardinal Walter Kasper’s case for Communion for the remarried

Two books hail the extraordinary French Christians who rescued thousands of Jews

The king is suspiciously slim in BBC Two’s blockbuster Wolf Hall

The first exhibition at a new drawings gallery in London is full of curious treats

A major new biography goes some way towards rehabilitating Henri III

Peter Paul Rubens’s masterworks seem to anticipate the birth of cinema

A scholar investigates whether the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults really works

Selma is one of the films of the year that has been shamefully ignored by the Baftas and Oscars