James Delingpole

James Delingpole is executive editor of Breitbart London and writes for Bogpaper.com and Ricochet.com.

Television

The clichés of Israeli TV are far more bearable than ours

Shtisel is like Midsomer Murders without the murders and with broad-brimmed black hats

By James Delingpole

Television

Audiences don’t want woke: comic-book writer Mark Millar interviewed

The creator of Jupiter’s Legacy on the joy of Catholicism and our sorry lack of male action figures

By James Delingpole

Television

The third degree

ZeroZeroZero reviewed

By James Delingpole

Television

The Serpent is superb but depraved

The Serpent reviewed

By James Delingpole

Film

Beyond Parasite: the genius of Bong Joon-ho

The films themselves are so tautly controlled and paced that it’s impossible not to place Bong among the canon of great directors

By James Delingpole

Television

Calls on AppleTV+ damn near cost me my marriage

Calls and Marseille reviewed

By James Delingpole

Television

Ridley’s game

Raised by Wolves reviewed

By James Delingpole

Television

Bridgerton to nowhere

The storyline is Jane Austen with all the plot and nuance and character sophistication removed

By James Delingpole

Television

Pawn show

The Queen’s Gambit overcomes its hackneyed ‘girl power’ message

By James Delingpole

Art

Look east, old man

To the Lake is the right kind of Russian interference

By James Delingpole

Art

The Crown’s depiction of Thatcher is grotesque

It sounds almost like she’s auditioning for Don Corleone in The Godfather

By James Delingpole

Art

How much of The Crown’s fourth season actually happened?

It would make no sense to treat young Diana this way, but they are an exceedingly weird family, so it’s hard to know

By James Delingpole

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