Dan Snow Interview

Your family has a well-document interest and passion for history and politics, was conversation around the dinner table dominated by these topics when you were growing up? The conversation at the table was very historical, very political. My mum’s a journalist, my aunt is Margaret McMillan who’s the head of St. Anthony’s College, she’s a Continue Reading

Silence in the Theatre

Charlie Chaplin was one of the most celebrated, influential, innovative and ultimately controversial film-makers of the twentieth century. As a star of silent films he became arguably the most important Hollywood figure of his era. Film critic Andrew Sarris called Chaplin ‘arguably the single most important artist produced by the cinema, certainly its most extraordinary Continue Reading