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Alexandra Pollard


Harry Styles’ Fine Line is a dextrous, audacious album

Fine Line expands on the languorous guitar rock that has been Styles’ currency since he left One Direction, with copious charm and flickers of ingenuity

How Bridesmaids paved the way for female-fronted comedy

As new comedy ‘Like a Boss’ opens in cinemas, Alexandra Pollard examines how the success and profundity of ‘Bridesmaids’ provided a springboard for a new generation of smart, female-centric films

What the growing trend of nature memoirs tells us about the world

A new breed of nature writers are clamouring for the world that their generation, and generations before them, had turned their backs on, writes Alexandra Pollard

Editor’s letters

Alexandra Pollard The difficulties of writing the offensive things Terry Gilliam told me

How should journalists write up conversations with people whose views they vehemently reject, asks Alexandra Pollard