from the magazine

Inspiring Innovators: René Redzepi of Noma was driven to succeed by Wylie Dufresne's fearless attitude to foodand their shared desire to surprise people

Inspiring Innovators: for James Lovelock, Sir Charles Harington's decision to give up science and run the National Institute for Medical Research makes him a hero

Inspiring Innovators: for Wendy Hall, Ted Nelson's pioneering work on "hypertext" was far ahead of its timethe rest of us are only just catching up

Inspiring Innovators: Frances Corner, head of the London College of Fashion, praises the empowering designs of Yohji Yamamoto

Theme of the Week…Dancers

Inspiring Innovators: Peter Sellars admires Faustin Linyekula, the Congolese choreographer turning tragedy into art

Why did Sergei Polunin walk out on a golden career with the Royal Ballet? Julie Kavanagh goes to Kiev and Moscow to talk to him, his parents and his mentors

Short Read: Francesca Hayward was only 11 when Julie Kavanagh first saw her at ballet school. Now she's dancing Clara in "The Nutcracker"on 1,100 screens around the world

When Peru’s most wanted man was captured in 1992, a young ballerina went to jail too, for harbouring him at her studio. Nicholas Shakespeare flew to Lima to meet her—and to ask whether she was guilty