Tanya Gold

Books

Has COVID killed criticism?

Who benefits from an absence of criticism? Not the consumer

By Tanya Gold

Television

Why The Sopranos remains the greatest gangster drama of all time

The TV show makes its original source material — The Godfather trilogy, Goodfellas — look naive

By Tanya Gold

Science & Tech

Wally Funk: meet the 82-year-old jetting into space with Jeff Bezos

‘I’m a happy person! I have never been upset’

By Tanya Gold

Europe

In defense of Meghan, the demonized duchess

What can appear desperately insincere to British people is, in America, good manners

By Tanya Gold

Europe

Prince Harry’s brave revelation

That the royal family are apolitical is laughable — they scheme for their own survival

By Tanya Gold

Internet

Meet Belle Delphine

‘The only real way to make money is to be sexual online’

By Tanya Gold

Art

The journalists who scripted the golden age of Hollywood

Mankiewicz was a drunk, a wit and a gambler: ‘the Voltaire of Central Park West’

By Tanya Gold

Home

The magic of cinema isn’t just about film

I pity people who don’t know the ecstasy of cinema in picture houses

By Tanya Gold

Art

Cuties is what cinema is for

Cuties reviewed

By Tanya Gold

Europe

‘Utterly betrayed’: Britain’s Jews are now politically homeless

The past four years have felt like an awakening

By Tanya Gold

Art

The untold story of Judy Garland

Why does the forthcoming biopic ignore the story of the Essex-born civil servant Judy turned to at the end of her life?

By Tanya Gold

Europe

When did protest become so puerile?

The fashion is to attack politicians you dislike with sugar, profanity, snacks and toys

By Tanya Gold

Internet

Candace Owens and the rise of the know-nothing public intellectual

She has no knowledge of Hitler, Germany or nationalism. But don’t let that stop her pontificating

By Tanya Gold

Art

Bring back Kevin Spacey

If Spacey is not tried, and therefore not convicted, he should return to acting

By Tanya Gold

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