Alex Dymoke

Thursday 11 September 2014
Apple Watch  What’s new?
Friday 05 September 2014
Before the Giraffes, Byrons and Starbucks, before the lawyers moved in with their taste for organic food and artisan delis, the area we now know as Angel was famed for something altogether more prosaic: bricks.
Thursday 04 September 2014
Shopkeeper Siva (Rez Kempton) sits amid a group of youths from the Pembury estate
Thursday 04 September 2014
St Paul's Cathedral
Thursday 04 September 2014
It’s hard work running a city – especially one that leads the world in culture, heritage and population growth, like London. The increasing demand for housing in the capital has put more pressure than ever on our open spaces and buildings.
Aaron Swartz
Wednesday 27 August 2014
"He was the internet’s own boy and the old world killed him”.
Wednesday 20 August 2014
The largest arts festival in the world is preparing to wrap for another year. Thousands of performers have taken to hundreds of stages over the course of the month-long event, which will go out with a bang on bank holiday Monday.
Thursday 14 August 2014
“Why don’t you cut me loose and I’ll open your meat shirt and show you your own heart” – In another universe this could be poetry.
Thursday 14 August 2014
To pay tribute: Dead Poets Society Secret Cinema  
Friday 01 August 2014
Where to stay
Thursday 31 July 2014
Wednesday 30 July 2014
Driverless cars are poised to go mainstream. But what of the other modes of transport beloved of science fiction?   DRIVERLESS CARS (likelihood: 100%)
Tuesday 29 July 2014
Figures stand isolated, lost in unfinished landscapes of saturated planes and floating shapes. Bartholomew Beal’s paintings are as open-ended as they are dramatic, as lurid as they are dark, as rich with meaning as they are ill-defined.
Tuesday 29 July 2014
With a life spanning the whole of the 20th century, Horst P Horst (1906-1999) documented a number of momentous changes in the worlds of photography and style.
Ferran Adria
Tuesday 29 July 2014
Once upon a time, the language of culinary pretension was French. If a chef wanted to bump up the prices on his menu, all he had to do was add a dash of “jus”, a splash of “vin”, perhaps a little “petit”.
Thursday 24 July 2014
The balaclava, the placard, the loudspeaker – the instruments of protest are well-established. Except they aren’t.
Thursday 24 July 2014
A WOMAN driven by rage and jealousy to slaughter her children in a chillingly premeditated act of murderous revenge.
Wednesday 23 July 2014
The Commonwealth Games opened in Glasgow last night and over the next two weeks tens of thousands of Londoners will make their way to the cultural heart of Scotland.
Friday 18 July 2014
Where to Stay
Thursday 17 July 2014
The Events tells the story of a mass killing in a rural British town.
Thursday 17 July 2014
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Wednesday 16 July 2014
At a recent lecture in Oxford, Will Self announced the death of the novel. The internet, he said, has mercilessly invaded the silent, solitary leisure time we once filled with “serious” reading.
Saturday 12 July 2014
In Britain, Panama is famous for two things: the canal and canoe man. Back in 2002, John Darwin faked his own death and fled to Panama City with his wife, who, following his “canoeing accident”, claimed £1m in insurance and pension pay outs.
Thursday 10 July 2014