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Telegraph
15/07/2020 04:48:18 AM
Farewell to Kerrang!, the lone champion of working-class metalheads The rock bible fought for the bands other music weeklies ignored, then outlasted and outsold them all. One writer recalls the glory days
Coronavirus, JK Rowling, and Johnny Depp: how Fantastic Beasts 3 became Hollywood's most toxic movie
Led Zeppelin's 'wounded pit bull': the terrifying, tragic talent of John Bonham
Jack Thorne on the horrors of National Treasure: ‘I'm still haunted by the things I was told’
The Government’s bailout for the arts won’t help me
Kelly Preston was more than a male fantasy – 1990s Hollywood let her down The actress, who has died aged 57, wasn't just John Travolta's wife and a sex icon. At her best on-screen, she was both brilliant and unique
Let’s call literary ‘re-imaginings’ what they really are – theft New versions of novels by Nancy Mitford and Mary McCarthy are egotistical projects and sadly typical of our times
Alan Bennett's joyful humour hasn't dated in the least – so why did Talking Heads feel so nostalgic? It's strange how the sight of a bottle of washing-up liquid can bring back such fond memories
Victoria Coren Mitchell
I miss the old Johnny Depp The troubled actor was once a charismatic eccentric who played oddballs with rare aplomb. Where did it all go wrong?
Utopia Avenue by David Mitchell review: visceral time travel back to the Swinging Sixties
Barmy Britain, review: 'I'd rather submit to the rack than watch this again'
Sex Robots and Vegan Meat by Jenny Kleeman, review: is science out of moral control?
Small Pleasures by Clare Chambers, review: one virgin birth was a mystery, two seems odd
ByFrancesca Carington
Mary Trump memoir: this tale of young Donald reads like a politically-motivated hatchet job
The History of Magic by Chris Gosden, review: why we haven’t given up on magical thinking
JK Rowling’s treatment is a grim sign of how Twitter mobs have poisoned our cultural life Arts institutions everywhere are set against freedom of speech. A little-known controversy at a London gallery shows where the rot began
Twitter's 'cancellation' of Jodie Comer is about as fair as the Salem witch trials The Killing Eve star's character is being assassinated by baseless gossip and blinkered, misogynistic mob justice
Identity politics are the biggest threat to culture of our age Our cultural leaders are in thrall to a dangerous ideology, warns Ben Lawrence
The arts have been bailed out – time to drop the woke agenda and focus on entertainment The Governments announcement is welcome, but the devil is in the detail and beware the usual tedious knee-jerk complaints
Led Zeppelin's 'wounded pit bull': the terrifying, tragic talent of John Bonham
Inside the tour that almost broke Iron Maiden: 'We all went barking mad'
From Elvis Presley to Patti Smith and The Stones, rock music is built on racism: why don't we care? 
'You naughty boys': how David Bowie was tricked into playing Glastonbury 2000
'We assumed she'd be a nightmare': how the Pet Shop Boys salvaged Dusty Springfield's Reputation
Who killed Pono? Inside Neil Young's digital music disaster
What’s on TV tonight: Once Upon a Time in Iraq, Being Beethoven and more Your complete guide to the week's television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
Mel Gibson's war atrocity: how The Patriot whitewashed history and demonised the British
Inflatable pilots, inappropriate jokes and ‘jive talk’: the madcap making of Airplane!
A heist for the history books: how true was Kelly's Heroes?
The making of The Lost Boys: 'It was insane – like a non-stop rave'
Raquel Welch's sex-change calamity: the making of Myra Breckinridge, the worst movie of all time
'Hitchcock would have liked it': why Psycho II wasn't such a crazy idea after all
Glee was a tone-deaf horror show – but Naya Rivera made it sing The actress, who has died aged 33, was edged out of Glee amid reports of in-fighting but, in reality, she was its secret golden girl
Once Upon a Time in Iraq, review: Anger and sadness as Iraqis tell the story of their nation
Shalom Brune-Franklin: Britain’s brightest young star on going from council flat to 'new Game of Thrones'
The weekend’s TV: what Telegraph reviewers thought of Imagine: This House is Full of Music, and more
Who is the real Amber Heard? Johnny Depp is no enigma, but what about his ex-wife? Leaf Arbuthnot recalls a peculiar encounter with Heard from 2018
What to expect from a Covid-safe cinema trip - and the best movies to watch
ByTelegraph Reporters 13 Jul 2020, 3:58pm
Kelly Preston was more than a male fantasy – 1990s Hollywood let her down
Jerry Maguire star Kelly Preston dies aged 57
Let’s call literary ‘re-imaginings’ what they really are – theft New versions of novels by Nancy Mitford and Mary McCarthy are egotistical projects and sadly typical of our times
Utopia Avenue by David Mitchell review: visceral time travel back to the Swinging Sixties
Are road regulations turning us into less competent drivers?
Sex Robots and Vegan Meat by Jenny Kleeman, review: is science out of moral control?
Anish Kapoor at Houghton Hall, review: abstract sculpture without the bluster
Anyone for a radium-and-tonic? How Britain fell in love with radioactive goods
Khadija Saye, in this space we breathe, review: haunting images by the young artist who died in the Grenfell Tower fire 
The Government refuses to take British comedy seriously – and now it’s dying
The Drive-in Club, Brent Cross Shopping Centre, review: the best you can expect from watching comedy in a car park in the rain
Female comedians have a WhatsApp blacklist of predatory men. It's time for our MeToo moment
Chuck D of Public Enemy: ‘The presidency aged Obama – what will it do to Biden?’
The best open air concerts and drive-in gigs to enjoy socially distanced live music outdoors
Tom Meighan’s football-terrace machismo didn’t belong in Kasabian – and it has no place in rock
Barmy Britain, review: 'I'd rather submit to the rack than watch this again'
The Crucible: the play that warned us about ‘cancel culture’
Hollywood's king of mean: the bald truth about Yul Brynner
The best open air concerts and drive-in gigs to enjoy socially distanced live music outdoors
Arts unlocked: 100 fun things to do this summer
The Government’s bailout for the arts won’t help me
What is a podcast and where can I find the best ones to listen to?
Camilla proved that the royals are right at home on the radio
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Glee was a tone-deaf horror show – but Naya Rivera made it sing The actress, who has died aged 33, was edged out of Glee amid reports of in-fighting but, in reality, she was its secret golden girl
Once Upon a Time in Iraq, review: Anger and sadness as Iraqis tell the story of their nation
Kelly Preston was more than a male fantasy – 1990s Hollywood let her down The actress, who has died aged 57, wasn't just John Travolta's wife and a sex icon. At her best on-screen, she was both brilliant and unique
Chuck D of Public Enemy: ‘The presidency aged Obama – what will it do to Biden?’ The hip-hop pioneer talks about the ongoing protests in America, the forthcoming presidential election and how to face down the KKK
Let’s call literary ‘re-imaginings’ what they really are – theft New versions of novels by Nancy Mitford and Mary McCarthy are egotistical projects and sadly typical of our times
What is a podcast and where can I find the best ones to listen to? A step-by-step guide to joining the seven million Britons listening to on-demand audio each week
ByTheodora Louloudis 13 Jul 2020, 10:26am
Jerry Maguire star Kelly Preston dies aged 57 The actress was known for her roles in 1990s hits Twins and Space Camp, and her marriage to John Travolta
Shalom Brune-Franklin: Britain’s brightest young star on going from council flat to 'new Game of Thrones' The actress talks Frank Millers Netflix fantasy Cursed, whether Channel 4 was too soft on IS recruits and why she won't abandon Australia
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Daily Mail
15/07/2020 04:46:43 AM
Chrissie Hynde still sings like a dream: After half an hour Hate For Sale is all over, leaving you with a powerful urge to see The Pretenders live 
257 shares The Pretenders album review: Chrissie Hynde still sings like a dream
FICTION REVIEWS: From Emma Straub's spry and satisfying tale to Ask Me Anything by P. Z. Reizin, this week's best new fiction 
1 share Book reviews: This week's best new fiction
PODCASTS: From Julie Andrews' new podcast, Julie's Library to This American Life, Doing It Right & Scarlett Moffatt Wants To Believe, this week's top podcasts
1 share The top podcasts to listen to this week
NON-FICTION: Fat Cow, Fat Chance by Jenni Murray should be in every school as a warning to girls - and boys - not to waste their lives obsessing over food
2 shares Fat Cow, Fat Chance review: This book should be in every school
CRAIG BROWN: A richly evocative celebration of summers when children were free to roam, make mischief... and even be bored
28 shares CRAIG BROWN: A perfect little book on how school holidays used to be
DEBORAH ROSS: Just as gripping as the last thriller I can't remember! The Secrets She Keeps hooks you in but is forgettable
PIERS MORGAN: If I'd known the killjoys would rage at one sip of beer, I'd have downed my pint in one Eight people complained to Ofcom
OLLY SMITH: Sip great summery scented wines for under ten quid: It turns out, pouring something great value in the here and now is far more satisfying
18 shares OLLY SMITH: Great summery scented wines for under ten quid
Pure, not prissy: Indian at its best
8 shares TOM PARKER BOWLES: Modern Indian cooking at its best
Sip great summery scented wines for under ten quid: It turns out, pouring something great value in the here and now is far more satisfying
18 shares OLLY SMITH: Great summery scented wines for under ten quid
Despite the fact that we're now confined to the home with our mad toddlers, there is one upside: children these days have plenty of apps and games to keep us all occupied
1 share ROB WAUGH: Games that are ideal for the self-isolating parent
If I'd known the killjoys would rage at one sip of beer, I'd have downed my pint in one
6 shares Piers Morgan triggers the killjoys by sipping a pint on GMB
From Tom Hanks in Greyhound to Cate Blanchett's Stateless and Helen McCrory in The Deep Blue Sea, the best on demand TV to watch this week
31 shares The best on demand TV to watch this week
The Haims bring the smooth harmonies of all the great sibling acts from the Andrews Sisters to the Bee Gees in Women In Music Pt III 
9 shares Haim album review: Smooth harmonies of all the great sibling acts
NON-FICTION REVIEWS: Miss Aluminium by Susanna Moore is a different order of achievement entirely, both in its scalding honesty and its sly, watchful humour 
3 shares Miss Aluminium review: Scalding honesty and sly, watchful humour 
NON-FICTION: Chris Gosden takes us through the magical nooks and crannies of thousands of years in his vast and transformational The History Of Magic 
2 shares The History Of Magic review: Vast and transformational
FICTION REVIEWS: From Jasper Fforde's serious-minded comedy to Utopia Avenue by David Mitchell, Clare Chambers' latest and a smart read by Sabine Durrant, this week's best new fiction 
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Independent
15/07/2020 04:48:18 AM
Theatre & dance
How TV shows are transforming an industry rife with exploitation
Aaaaaay-o! Aaaaaay-o! Why Live Aid was the greatest show of all
Mutant misery: How the X-Men franchise lost its superpowers
How London became an empty playground for the global elite
Once Upon a Time in Iraq gives voice to those in the Iraq War
Where should we stand on Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit musical Hamilton?
Copaganda: Why film and TV portrayals of the police are under fire
Katori Hall on P-Valley: ‘The stripping world is complicated’
Nadine Shah: ‘I didn’t know what gaslighting was’
Jessica Hynes interview: ‘No one cares about me, I’m just an old fart'
Apple TV+’s musical comedy Little Voice hits the same old dreary notes
SCOOB! makes the live-action Scooby-Doo films look good
Jason Flemyng: ‘Most actors I know have mental health problems’
Almost Famous at 20, by the stars and director who made it
Body found in lake is Naya Rivera, police say
Chance the Rapper says he trusts Kanye West more than Joe Biden
Nick Cordero's wife Amanda Kloots opens up about 'beautiful' memorial
Line of Duty ‘to resume filming’ next month
Glee stars urge fans to stop ‘judging’ actors for Naya Rivera silence
Scooby-Doo writer says ‘explicitly gay’ Velma was ‘watered down’
Chiwetel Ejiofor compares Michael Gove’s Empire views to ‘propaganda’
Miriam Margolyes says JK Rowling’s trans views are ‘conservative’
The 40 best books to read during lockdown
The 40 best albums to listen to in lockdown
The 35 best films to watch while you’re self-isolating
The best video games to play during lockdown
15 best podcasts to listen to while you’re in lockdown
A guide to all the Disney+ original content
The 30 best original films to watch on Netflix, ranked
The 25 best original TV shows to watch on Amazon Prime
The 50 best original TV shows to watch on Netflix UK
The 40 best films of the decade
The 50 best albums of the decade
The 30 best TV shows of the decade
Dave star GaTa: ‘I didn’t want people to know I’m bipolar'
Normal People’s Paul Mescal on mental health, sex scenes and love
Niamh Algar: ‘I’m well able to look after myself’
Kelvin Harrison Jr on black excellence, police brutality and Trump
Kill Bill star wants Zendaya to play her daughter in third movie
Richard Curtis among 83 millionaires demanding higher tax rates
Cinemas face ‘existential’ threat from coronavirus without new movies
Winona Ryder to testify that Johnny Depp was ‘never violent’ to her
Breaking Bad star Giancarlo Esposito says he’s ‘likely’ to join Marvel
Netflix users tear into The Old Guard for its 'cringeworthy' music
Naya Rivera death: Jane Lynch and Kathy Griffin lead tributes
Police say body found in Lake Piru is Naya Rivera
Body found at lake where Glee star Naya Rivera disappeared
30 Rock reveals first look at reunion episode
BBC Children in Need matches Stormzy’s £10m racial equality pledge
Big Bang Theory’s Sheldon Cooper had to be less ‘annoying’ in spin-off
US rapper Lil Marlo dead after being shot in his car in Atlanta
John Travolta and Josh Gad lead tributes as Kelly Preston dies
Son of Lisa Marie Presley and grandson of Elvis dead at 27
Will.i.am criticises Kanye West’s ‘dangerous’ presidential bid
Great White apologise after playing concert to maskless crowd
Kelly Preston, actor and wife of John Travolta, dies aged 57
Fairport Convention singer Judy Dyble dies, aged 71
Theatre & Dance
Nick Cordero’s fundraising page raises over $900k for family
Criticism of Hamilton is ‘valid’, Lin-Manuel Miranda says
Netflix donates £500,000 to Sam Mendes’s theatre support fund
Florence Pugh and Lin-Manuel Miranda lead tributes to Nick Cordero

Guardian
15/07/2020 04:48:20 AM
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Once Upon a Time in Iraq A gripping, harrowing masterpiece
'No one is pure evil' The documentary bringing a human face to the Iraq war
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Naya Rivera Glee actor found dead after drowning in California lake
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Naomi Klein We must not return to the pre-Covid status quo, only worse
We must not return to the pre-Covid status quo, only worse
Kelly Preston A classy actor who graduated from teen-movie roles to darker and funnier parts
A classy actor who graduated from teen-movie roles to darker and funnier parts
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