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Liam Gallagher delivers the greatest record Oasis never made – the week’s best albums Def Leppard nail the winning formula, Sean Paul keeps his legacy alight, Jeshi decries austerity Britain, Just Mustard dazzle from Dublin
Mother and Son, review: a mischievous French drama, and a true surprise
Andy Fletcher was the most understated man in rock – and the glue that held Depeche Mode together The inscrutable synth pioneer once insisted his job was simply to 'bum around'. As usual, he was being modest
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Great art is already ‘immersive’ – forget all these gimmicky shows Experiencing art in-person will always be superior to sitting in front of a screen beware those keen to make you think otherwise
Netflix is not anti-trans – it’s pro-freedom of speech The Twitter outrage over Ricky Gervais's 'transphobic' new show is all too predictable and entirely misplaced
Emma Barnett’s interview with Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was a masterclass Barnett proved herself a first-class journalist, committed to telling all angles of a story, while being empathetic and understanding
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Mark Ronson: ‘Every time you start a new record, you wonder whether anyone will care’
How the Stones made Exile On Main Street sound so sleazy
Wish you were here? The Pink Floyd reunion that never was
The Coral’s wild ride: ‘We were treated like kings – but we were cretins’
Louder, faster, funnier: how the New Wave of British Heavy Metal saved rock
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Big Boys, review: coming-of-age comedy blends laughs, life lessons and characters to truly root for
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Good tunes, bad sex – the highs and lows of Cannes 2022
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Nature’s torture-porn: the grotesque truth about wasps
Richard Coles’s cosy crime novel proves the Church’s loss is fiction’s gain
Roger Federer is over the hill – and a lesson to us all, says Geoff Dyer
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The Roaring Twenties are back in Lithuania: welcome to Kaunas, 2022's European Capital of Culture Amid a year of celebrations, Lithuania's second city is grappling with its troubled history and looking back to a renaissance in the arts
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The protection of our heritage has become a ghastly global version of Eurovision Unescos job is to preserve our most historic sites, yet which ones are favoured can come down to secret alliances and national interests
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Chris Rock, review: Comedian avoids talking about Will Smith's Oscars slap – but has the last laugh
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Daily Mail
28/05/2022 18:54:18
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
28/05/2022 18:54:30
Is Taika Waititi a comedy auteur or Marvel sellout? Maybe he’s both
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Michelle Yeoh: ‘We want to see our faces on screen’
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Joe Locke: ‘A lot of queer teens feel like they don’t deserve love’
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Erin Doherty: ‘I had to fight to show I can do more than Princess Anne’
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Journalist says Laurence Fox asked what colour her ‘knickers’ were
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28/05/2022 18:54:32
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