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With her film ‘Kajillionaire’ about to be released, the writer and artist talks identity and pulling off a baggage heist
Fiery alcohol, comforting sweetness and an almost medicinal spice — a drink for testing times
He changed the city’s skyline. Can he weather the impact of coronavirus on luxury property?
The author and artist on why we weren’t careful enough about we wished for — and what happens after coronavirus
Catastrophes such as coronavirus are all too predictable. What makes us do nothing in the face of danger?
Q&A with the Grammy-winner on independence, her determination to make music and never sitting still
Our ‘Round on the Links’ quiz tests your ability to draw connections. Thinking caps on!
Post-lockdown, technology could help us contain Covid-19. But why stop there?
False beliefs will make it harder to end this pandemic. They also risk making our politics even more dysfunctional
Under lockdown, communities are finding new ways to voice their defiance, anger and support
A country celebrated for innovation has been found wanting by the new reality of remote working
With choice restricted by the lockdown, we should reconsider what we deem ‘good’ or ‘bad’ to eat
Producers have made impressive progress in a country where consumption per capita is heroic
‘KPs go under-appreciated and underpaid — and they are probably suffering the most from restaurant closures’
Smeared liberally with homemade garlic butter, the baguettes rip apart into fluffy tufts
Join a live discussion with food writers Tim Hayward, Wendell Steavenson and Fuchsia Dunlop on Sunday April 12 at noon and 5pm UK time
The painter on sexism, subverting Englishness and the dangers of treating art solely as capital
Illustrator Lucas Varela on surviving lockdown when your only company is a devious pet
Rowley shows his photographer Andy Sewell how to make this exquisite dish via FaceTime
An ‘eat-the-fridge’ approach to quarantine transforms pantry staples into scrumptious meals
‘To qualify as a Vin Méthode Nature, a wine has to be made from hand-picked organic grapes’
No family song on Facebook, no dance routine, no home-grown tomatoes… is it time to raise our game?
Test every generation in your house — or by video call — with brain teasers and a picture round
The presenter and former player talks Premier League pay cuts, missing football and coping with isolation
These treats are small, perfectly formed and sumptuous to eat
From homeworking to healthcare, Covid-19 has forced society to adapt in ways that should endure
Some shows are good; others, less so. What’s important during lockdown is knowing the difference
Rich countries need to fund infectious disease treatments properly
Join a live discussion with our wine columnist on Sunday April 5 at 12pm and 5pm UK time
The most popular method is through the outfit you bought it from