Along came a Fiat 124 Spider
A car with a long history, but a short and tumultuous recent resurrection
The perceived wisdom of the modern motoring world is that we don’t care about sports cars any more. Oh, perhaps a few scattered enthusiasts still do. James May (ex Top Gear), perhaps. Jay Leno certainly. The rest of us have packed our mental bags and moved on, leaving for a new life with our new loves, the SUVs.
Certainly if you look at the sales figures, that seems to be the case. The...
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Appetite for Distraction: our pick of home entertainment
Your weekly guide to the best new TV series, podcasts and console games
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Lupin requires a generous suspension of disbelief, but is well worth your while if you enter into its spirited originality
Radio review: Questioning Official Ireland’s take on a dark past
The Mother and Baby Homes Report came in for considerable criticism on the airwaves last week
TV review: A Regency romp with pomp but little else
Bridgerton is all froth and brash eye candy with little or no subtlety – and certainly not the lockdown antidote some suggest it is