Joining a swag of fans at the GOT Exhibition opening at the MCA yesterday, Richard Jackson found the long wait to get in as interesting as the exhibition itself.
Richard Jackson details the life, work and legacy of Raphael Lemkin, the subject of the recent film Watchers of the Sky.
RJ’s Long Reads take us from a brothel “servicing” the World Cup, to Ted Cruz, Tea Party “potential” US 2016 Presidential Election candidate (no connection we know of…)
With the “f-word” splattering across the Internet on a regular basis, Richard Jackson stumbled across a net geek who used reddit to “look at all the fucks we give”…
Yes, there is a connection between Hillary Clinton, OJ Simpson and cults…no, it’s not what you think – they’re the focus of Richard Jackson’s Long Form reads.
Today marks the return of some the best free content on the web “Comedians in Cars getting Coffee.”
This week, Richard Jackson’s Long Reads, via Kelly Alexander and the New Republic, exposes the fracas between “Breastaurants” Hooters and Twin Peaks.
In the first of our “What’s on my bedside table?” series of reviews, Richard Jackson takes on “Zealot: The life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth” by Reza Aslan.
As part of TBS coverage of the Sydney Film Festival 2014 Richard Jackson reviews Watchers of the Sky, a 2014 American documentary directed by Edet Belzberg.
This week’s long reads covers climate change, bullfighting, the fall of Newsweek under editor Tina Brown and Ghostbusters. Maybe that’s who Tina shoulda called…?
Following revelations of a mass children’s grave being uncovered in County Galway at “the Home”, Richard Jackson questions the theocracy of the Irish Catholic Church.
The US is set to release the Constitution Report and Richard Jackson is interested in where it will draw the line between “enhanced interrogation” and torture.
The infamous “couch jump” by Tom Cruise on Oprah was not what it appeared – Richard Jackson points you to Amy Nicholson’s LA Weekly piece in his weekly Long Reads.
Richard Jackson thinks Facebook isn’t quite the right place to spread the good word…or…anything too serious for that matter. Can Facebook and religion co-exist?
From Lara Logan and her inaccurate reporting over Benghazi, to Republican Presidential nominee in-fighting, Richard Jackson drops his favourite reads of the fortnight…
Over ten years old, Boko Haram is being heralded as a “new” fundamentalist Islamic group by some media – at least by those few outlets reporting on this highly-dangerous group…
What do Tinder, PUP and Tony Abbott have in common? Richard Jackson’s Longreads, which also cover Louis C.K., Joaquín Guzmán Loera and, well, women. And make-up.
Richard Jackson joins TBS in the first of an ongoing regular fortnightly feature of the best LongReads going around on the interwebs…