Arts & Books

In Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor’s memoir we hear the authentic sound of faith

A retrospective of Mac Conner’s illustrations showcases his visionary talent

An enjoyable account of the barely believable lengths the former North Korea went to in the name of propaganda

Sargent, thankfully, is being taken seriously for the first time in 70 years

Nancy Bileau’s novel doesn’t airbrush the venality and violence of Henry VIII’s court

Superheroes, secret agents and beekeepers will all be hitting our cinema screens in the coming months

A salutary study of the state of Christianity in the United Kingdom

A Little Chaos, Alan Rickman’s foray into the gardens of Versailles, is an uninspired and poorly executed love story

An even-handed study of Alfred Hitchcock’s cinema highlights the great director’s Catholic worldview

Force Majeure is both a tense family drama and a brilliant black comedy