Arts & Books

In a secular age, art films are haunted by Christianity, argues Sebastian Cody

Thelma Lovell applauds an attack on NHS bean counters

This exhaustive study of a single artwork is gloriously eccentric

Modern composers have been assaulting our ears with inept noise, says Robert R Reilly

Michael Duggan on Shakespeare and gunfights on the streets of Dublin

James Baresel on an unlikely last stand for the exiled Stuart dynasty

Francis O’Gorman on voices the Reformation couldn’t silence