Arts & Books

A new book argues that the seer was none other than Edith, wife of the future King Harold

You, Me and the Apocalypse is both funny and profound

This latecomer on the Pope Francis biography scene is fresh, vivid and beautifully crafted

Doctor Who has graduated from EastEnders in Space to Breaking Bad in Space

Bridget Riley’s work takes inspiration from Georges Seurat, but she’s no match for the Post-Impressionist genius

The Pope’s homilies are couched in homely language, with vivid images taken from daily life

Downton tells us nothing truthful about 1925

Edward Pentin offers an explosive and compelling account of last October’s family synod

The film brilliantly captures the essence of what makes sport so intoxicating

A tour of the capital’s Catholic churches from an art-historical viewpoint is well worth the Tube fare