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Is Prince Harry’s $20 million Spare deal actually worth it? The Duke of Sussexs memoir is breaking sales records. But will it be enough to recoup his eye-watering advance?
Next Level Chef, review: sorry Gordon Ramsay, your new show is a kitchen nightmare
Watch on the Rhine: a tale of spirited resistance that’s more curio than classic
Better Call Saul was robbed: the biggest Golden Globes snubs and surprises Where where the Brits, and what on earth is Argentina, 1985? The good, the bad and the baffling from this year's Golden Globes
On The Ropes: this tale of a Windrush boxer isn’t light enough on its feet
Tennessee Williams isn’t all about sex – he’s smarter than that The playwright famed for A Streetcar Named Desire is often painted as a purveyor of Southern heat but really hes a social commentator
Behold, a portrait of Boris Johnson – and it gets him completely wrong Richard Stone has painted Elizabeth II and Margaret Thatcher, but whatevers unique about our second-most-recent PM, its missing here
Furious about DC’s pregnant ‘trans’ Joker? Then the joke’s on you Batman's nemesis is with child in a new storyline that clearly isn't meant to be taken seriously. Why the online outrage?
I couldn't have made it through maternity leave without the voices, laughs and intellect of radio Over the past year, Charlotte Runcie found solace in old favourites: from Elaine Page on Radio 2 to PopMaster even, sometimes, Today
A Streetcar Named Desire, review: A heartstopping revival that grips with the intensity of a bad dream
Simon Rattle and the LSO make Katya Kabanova’s tragedy blaze, plus the best of January’s classical concerts
A Child In Striped Pyjamas: Holocaust drama that’s emotionally ambitious and diligently delivered
The Old Way: Nicolas Cage’s western is neither good enough nor mad enough
Watch on the Rhine: a tale of spirited resistance that’s more curio than classic
On The Ropes: this tale of a Windrush boxer isn’t light enough on its feet
Inside the tour that sent Iron Maiden ‘barking mad’
Is Tom Waits’s Christmas Card From a Hooker in Minneapolis the most poignant seasonal song ever?
How The Specials’ Ghost Town became the anthem of ‘a country falling apart’
Terry Hall: ‘Why should I go on stage and smile like Marti Pellow?’
The McCartney Legacy review: what Paul really got up to in the Wings years
Bez versus Barbados: inside the Happy Mondays’ drug-fuelled Yes Please! disaster
What’s on TV tonight: The Reunion, Marie Antoinette and more Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
‘Peter O’Toole could have been killed – it’s a pity he wasn’t’: inside Lawrence of Arabia’s hellish shoot
‘It’s crazy that nobody died’: the survivors of James Cameron’s traumatic Titanic shoot
How Pele and a team of ‘soccer’-averse Americans made Escape to Victory the perfect football film
Glass Onion’s psychotic 1970s sibling: the strange saga of The Last of Sheila
Why Ruggero Deodato’s Cannibal Holocaust remains the most controversial film ever made
How the ‘cursed’ Lady from Shanghai broke Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth for good
Hunters, season 2, review: Al Pacino hunts down Adolf Hitler in this absurd romp
Kumail Nanjiani: ‘America has gone backwards on racism – at least the UK has an Indian leader’
The Reunion, ITVX, review: Ioan Gruffudd flounders in this sun-soaked Euro-nonsense
What’s on TV tonight: The Reunion, Marie Antoinette and more
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Kumail Nanjiani: ‘America has gone backwards on racism – at least the UK has an Indian leader’ The Welcome to Chippendales star on playing a stripping mogul, the backlash to his Marvel body transformation, and why he loves Britain
The Old Way: Nicolas Cage’s western is neither good enough nor mad enough
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Tennessee Williams isn’t all about sex – he’s smarter than that
Nell Zink: ‘It amazes me that Americans put up with so much gun crime and inequality’ The US author's playful style has earned her cult status. She talks about her 20-year lust and why shes written an unfashionable romance
Is Prince Harry’s $20 million Spare deal actually worth it? The Duke of Sussexs memoir is breaking sales records. But will it be enough to recoup his eye-watering advance?
Furious about DC’s pregnant ‘trans’ Joker? Then the joke’s on you Batman's nemesis is with child in a new storyline that clearly isn't meant to be taken seriously. Why the online outrage?
An American native in London – what indigenous people really thought of 16th Century Europe
Behold, a portrait of Boris Johnson – and it gets him completely wrong Richard Stone has painted Elizabeth II and Margaret Thatcher, but whatevers unique about our second-most-recent PM, its missing here
From sex shops to swanky galleries: how neon art became red-hot Once a symbol of kitsch, fluorescent tubes now have a place in the mainstream. But why are they so alluring?
Giorgio Morandi at the Estorick: still lifes steeped in gentle, sensuous humanity
‘We can be more provocative than Historic England’: meet the defenders of British brutalism The Twentieth Century Society is on a mission to save modernist buildings. But first it must work to shift opinion.
Jeff Beck’s 10 best songs
Jeff Beck’s strangest album – made with Jimmy Page and Screaming Lord Sutch
Simon Rattle and the LSO make Katya Kabanova’s tragedy blaze, plus the best of January’s classical concerts
The glorious history of Ricky Gervais’s Golden Globes insults
Chloe Petts proves a sharp but unshouty new comic voice in the culture wars
The Tony Hancock we never knew – by his great-niece
A Streetcar Named Desire, review: A heartstopping revival that grips with the intensity of a bad dream
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Watch on the Rhine: a tale of spirited resistance that’s more curio than classic
The Callisto Protocol review: schlocky sci-fi horror is both clumsy and compelling
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A Child In Striped Pyjamas: Holocaust drama that’s emotionally ambitious and diligently delivered
Why touring is essential to opera’s survival in the UK
No more brainless sequels, please! 10 cultural resolutions for 2023
I couldn't have made it through maternity leave without the voices, laughs and intellect of radio
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A Streetcar Named Desire, review: A heartstopping revival that grips with the intensity of a bad dream
Hunters, season 2, review: Al Pacino hunts down Adolf Hitler in this absurd romp
Jeff Beck’s 10 best songs From a Kate Bush duet to Hi Ho Silver Lining: the guitar virtuoso's most memorable tracks
Jeff Beck’s strangest album – made with Jimmy Page and Screaming Lord Sutch Guitarist Beck, along with an entire generation of British rock royalty, mucked in to contribute to the bizarre Lord Sutch and Heavy Friends
Kumail Nanjiani: ‘America has gone backwards on racism – at least the UK has an Indian leader’ The Welcome to Chippendales star on playing a stripping mogul, the backlash to his Marvel body transformation, and why he loves Britain
Simon Rattle and the LSO make Katya Kabanova’s tragedy blaze, plus the best of January’s classical concerts
A Child In Striped Pyjamas: Holocaust drama that’s emotionally ambitious and diligently delivered
The Reunion, ITVX, review: Ioan Gruffudd flounders in this sun-soaked Euro-nonsense
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Daily Mail
02/02/2023 04:19:54 PM
MUSIC: Now here's a super trouper...Toyah's voice is glowing with energy as she charms audiences with her snappy and uplifting Posh Pop
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FICTION: From Isabelle Allende's whistle-stop tale to Real Easy by Marie Rutkoski, a multi-generational epic from Honorée Fanonne Jeffers and Gary Shteyngart's latest, this week's best new fiction
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DANCE: Oh what a glittering delight... Strictly Come Dancing: The Live Tour packs out arenas once again as Rose Ayling-Ellis gives another stellar performance
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DEBORAH ROSS: Clunky and clichéd... but five stars for the lobsters Julian Fellowes' The Gilded Age is blissfully and lavishly styled, but is also underwhelming.
CRAIG BROWN: Why Barbara Windsor's vanishing bikini top sounded the death knell for nudism  It all started with Adam and Eve.
THEATRE: A grisly but touching lament... Dr Semmelweis, starring Mark Rylance, is a fascinating medical whatdunnit that's bang on the money
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FILM: Penélope Cruz delivers an award-worthy performance in the intelligent Parallel Mothers, but the film has more gravitas than it actually deserves
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CLASSICAL: This is a top class musical tonic... Daniel Barenboim's New Year's Concert with Vienna Philharmonic treats the Strauss family with enormous finesse
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A labour of very personal love: Kenneth Branagh's Belfast is immensely moving, properly chilling and almost certainly tear-jerking
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He's the hardest working man in showbiz, but Romesh Ranganathan's latest stand-up routine is not about to reinvent his winning comedy formula
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Moulin Rouge! at the Piccadilly Theatre is a glitzy, kitschy, eye-popping extravaganza, but it's lacking convincing chemistry
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This is just ravishing, marvellous and truly captivating... John Wilson's Orchestral Works is one of the finest Ravel albums of recent years
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Marvin Gaye continues to inspire today's youth in What's Going On's 50th anniversary edition, which is still all too relevant five decades later
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Saved from the Nazis by a cat named Angel: Mala's Cat is an extraordinary account of courage, loss and an unshakeable will to live
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From Janice Hallett's modern crime mystery to The Sentence by Louise Erdrich, a haunting elegy from Faysal Khartash and Tessa Hadley's latest, this week's best new fiction
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Independent
02/02/2023 04:20:07 PM
How Pamela Anderson set the template for celebrity activism
Simon Bird: ‘What’s below beta male? That’s sort of where I am’
Willie J Healey: ‘We’re all gonna die, so just do what you want to do’
Daryl McCormack: ‘Before we knew it, the three of us were naked’
Paul Mescal is the surprise golden boy of this year’s Oscar nods
Stories outlast tyrants in Salman Rushdie’s vibrant Victory City
Happy Valley episode four talking points
Mel B on Happy Valley: ‘Glassy-eyed and battered – I was that woman’
Cheryl: ‘I had people stalking me, it was unbearable’
Babylon’s ending might just be the most sickening in film history
Our guide to the gems of Vault Festival 2023
In its 50th year, hip-hop badly needs to learn to apologise
Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical The Fabelmans is nicely bittersweet
It’s not quite clear who the That ’90s Show nostalgia trip is for
Micheal Ward: ‘I’ve never been afraid to cry’
James Norton: ‘Why would I put myself through this? Multiple times?’
Paul Mescal’s mum says Oscar nominations were ‘too stressful’ to watch
A Streetcar Named Desire play extended after Paul Mescal Oscar nom
Rick and Morty co-creator dropped following domestic violence charges
The Last of Us creators reflect on disturbing ‘kiss’ scene
Sands’ brother says he ‘knows in his heart’ sibling no longer alive
The Quiet Girl is first Irish-language feature to get Oscar nomination
Colin Farrell responds to first Best Actor nomination at the Oscars
Haley Lu Richardson on The White Lotus, narcissism and her precious pet
Lewis Gribben: ‘I know what it’s like to be an outsider’
Selin Hizli: ‘Having kids was a career knockback – it shouldn’t be’
Quinta Brunson: ‘Fans took to Abbott because it’s a true comedy’
The 65 best original TV shows to watch on Netflix UK
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The 50 best original films to watch on Netflix, ranked
A guide to all the Disney+ original content
Madonna biopic cancelled due to singer’s world tour
Brendan Fraser stuns London crowd at The Mummy screening
Andrea Riseborough ‘astounded’ by Oscar nomination for To Leslie
Paul Mescal reacts to Best Actor Oscar nomination
Oscars 2023 nominations to be announced today – live updates
Tom Hanks says ‘no one’ talks about one of his most important films
Bruno Tonioli replaces David Walliams as Britain’s Got Talent judge
Deep Fake Neighbour Wars brings famous faces to your neighbourhood
Ed Balls ‘wants to be contestant’ on ‘middle-aged’ Love Island
The Last of Us praised for casting Indonesian actors in Jakarta scene
The Last of Us creator explains changes to Pedro Pascal’s character
The Last of Us breaks impressive Rotten Tomatoes record
The Last of Us fans discover young actor is daughter of Hollywood star
The 7 biggest Oscar nominations snubs and surprises
The 2023 Oscar nominations in full
Riz Ahmed stifles laughter as he reads out explicit Oscars nomination
The 2023 Bafta nominations are being announced – live
Dustin Hoffman’s ‘epiphany’ about women after filming Tootsie
Marlee Matlin and other jurors walk out of Sundance premiere
Panic! At The Disco announce break-up after almost 20 years
Here’s who will perform at the 2023 Brit Awards
Priscilla Presley thanks fans after death of daughter Lisa Marie
Drake pauses New York concert after man falls from balcony
Lewis Capaldi reassures fans after twitching on stage
Sam Smith confronts ‘crazy’ Adele rumour

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02/02/2023 04:20:08 PM
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