In the off-season, North Yorkshire still enchants, from harbour views to the Harry Potter train. Words and pictures by Martin Williams.
The country had no filmmaking culture under Gaddafi; just a propaganda machine. Days after a film sparked violence across Libya, Steve Rose witnesses the budding of a national cinema.
The French photographer and artist, known only by initials, explains to Lana Lam why he and the major brands are 'enemies on the street'.
Strike a sophisticated note for autumn-winter with the timeless black and white pairing.