ENO's production of La Boheme is a triumph,
ST PETER'S Episcopal Church in Manhattan may not immediately strike the jazz listener's mind or ears as a prime venue. But hear either of these New York Sessions albums by some of the jewels of jazz and you will mark it down as a place of precious musical invention and sharing.
KARL DALLAS is impressed by the raw talent of young British film-makers, some a mere seven years old.
LEN PHELAN is moved by a new exhibition of photographs which catalogue a variety of abandoned houses in rural Wales.
IN 1995, documentary maker Douglas Keeve's debut Unzipped celebrated flamboyant fashion enfant terrible Isaac Mizrahi with wit and more than a dash of his demons.
MARIA DUARTE checks out the latest directorial delights that the film world has to offer at this year's London Film Festival.
TWO recordings by musicians forming two-thirds of the remarkable Keith Jarrett Trio - one a live solo performance from Jarrett himself at Carnegie Hall, the other with drummer Jack Dejohnette playing in another trio context with organ and guitar.
CHRISTINE LINDEY looks at what has driven the forces behind Britain's most coveted art award.
"THE truth can be adjusted" declares the PR strap-line for Tony Gilroy's film Michael Clayton.
POEM OF THE WEEK: In the Orange Grove by Valerie Darville.