Morley College: A 125th Anniversary Portrait ed Janet Sacks (Third Millennium; to order a copy please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bowie’s Piano Man by Clifford Slapper. (Fantom Publishing. £19.99) Or from: http://www.fantomfilms.co.uk/books/cliffordslapper_mikegarson.htm
Michael Pattison reports on movie delights and otherwise in Edinburgh
The Choir Director: François Girard Magic Mike XXL Director: Gregory Jacobs Mr Holmes Director: Bill Condon
The Motherfucker with the Hat National Theatre, London Luna Gale Hampstead Theatre, London
Drama on 3: Bretton Woods Radio 3 Crisis in the Curry Kitchen Radio 4 Sugar Daddy, Sugar Baby Radio 4
Bend It Like Beckham Phoenix Theatre, London
My Political Race by Parmjit Dhanda (Biteback, £16.99)
What Became Of The White Savage by Francois Garde (Dedalus, £11.99)
Midnight in Europe by Alan Furst (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, £18.99) The Lady from Zagreb by Philip Kerr (Quercus, £18.99) The Washington Strategem by Adam Lebor (Head of Zeus, £7.99) The …
North Korea Confidential by Daniel Tudor and James Pearson (Tuttle Publishing, £16.99)
Austerity Bites by Mary O’Hara (Policy Press, £9.99)
Nigel Nelson discovers why we should perhaps be celebrating the Great Charter next year, not this.
Chris Peroctor examines a new history that attempts to be an objective account of Israel’s birth and survival.
Nicky Harman reads a classic collection of short stories by a craftswoman of the form.
Martin Griffin on an account of torture and false imprisonment by the US government.
As England’s women footballers heroically bow out of the World Cup, Cary Gee enjoys a musical journey into the world of the women’s game and cultural identity.
Cary Gee sees 80s TV star Bobby Davro take control of the ping-pong table.
Patrick Mulcahy witnesses class and lack of it in this week’s movies.
Graham Kirby has been listening to some programmes about European herd men.
Cary Gee reports on a play dramatising a brave challenge by sex workers against misogyny.
Les Hull looks at TV variety and the new series of Lottery-winners drama The Syndicate.
Aleks Siertz reviews new plays by Patrick Marber and Jonathan Maitland.