Fashion designer, political activist, national icon: Vivienne Westwood sets down her unique vision of the world in her blog, Get A Life. Here's t…
An honest and inspiring exploration of female desire, this book will change the way we think and talk about sex
A vibrant portrait of the UK today that asks, what do we do all day?
The definitive history of the music industry
We play games to kill time. But what does it mean when games start killing us?
The first and definitive biography of Robert Wyatt, Britain's greatest cult musician, with an introduction by Jonathan Coe
A moving meditation on home, home-coming and belonging from Francophone Africa's most important writer
Pull up an easy chair and settle into the most spell-binding collection of real stories you will ever read.
The essential writings of the greatest music writer of the twentieth, or any, century, reissued as a Serpent's Tail Classic
The sensational erotic memoir that shocked the world, now re-issued as a Serpent's Tail Classic.
Sometimes you have to take a chance, and Simon Parkes is nothing if not a risk-taker. The riotous life-story of a music impresario and how he turned a…
The remarkable stories of 100 football artefacts that have shaped the game as we know it.
The only comprehensive narrative history of the world's most international sport, from Victorian lawn tennis to Andy Murray's Wimbledon 2013…
Shocking expose of America's hidden dirty wars – Now an Oscar nominated documentary
She and He
Can a price be put on love? The Mistress Contract is soon to be a Royal Court play, adapted by Abi Morgan and directed by Vicky Featherstone, starting…
Scheduled for Radio 4 Book of the week – acclaimed writer Lloyd Bradley explores the influence of immigrant cultures on the capital's music scene
From the Ashes Urn to a Currant Bun: a journey through three hundred and fifty cricketing years – of triumphs, controversies and quips – in 100 defini…
A definitive biography of Manu Chao, the Che Guevara of world music.
Now a major film starring Steve Coogan. Previously published as Members Only.
From the winner of the Grand Prix de la Littérature 2012