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Telegraph
16/10/2019 11:47:02 AM
'I'm braving The X Factor because of my late brother' Premium
Bryn Terfel interview: 'Domingo walks into a room and heads turn. What you do with that is up to you.' Premium
Emma Weymouth’s Strictly Diary: ‘From Strictly to soft play in the blink of an eye’ Premium
ByViscountess Emma Weymouth
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, review: Jesse Pinkman returns in a bloody, Easter egg-stuffed episode that we didn't really need Premium
Gertrude Bell: the dashing ex-spy who founded Iraq's National Museum Premium
When rock stars crash: why are tour buses so dangerous? Premium
What’s on TV tonight: The Great British Bake Off, Dublin Murders, and more
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Serotonin by Michel Houellebecq, review: a novel of homophobia, racism, Islamophobia – and tender beauty Premium
Ambition and overkill from composer James MacMillan at the Barbican, plus the best of October 2019's classical concerts Premium
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, review: is Angelina Jolie the most bored-looking of them all?
Don Pasquale, Royal Opera, review: pleasant enough entertainment, but is this really a role for Bryn Terfel? Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 15 Oct 2019, 11:37am
John Mayer, O2, review: Ed Sheeran crossed with Eric Clapton barely covers it  Premium
Berlioz – Requiem, review: a brilliant recording of one of the grandest pieces ever written Premium
His Dark Materials, episode 1, first-look review: a faithful adaptation full of strangeness and childlike wonder Premium
Serotonin by Michel Houellebecq, review: a novel of homophobia, racism, Islamophobia – and tender beauty Premium
Ambition and overkill from composer James MacMillan at the Barbican, plus the best of October 2019's classical concerts Premium
UK box office report, October 11–13: Joker marches on, Will Smith hits himself in the face Premium
As Orientalist paintings are set to sell for up to £5m, why now is a promising time for the genre Premium
Culture stars who have died in 2019, from Harold Bloom to Keith Flint We remember some of the greatest talents from the arts world who have passed away this year
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 contestants: Anneka Rice follows James Cracknell out of the door
The Apprentice 2019 contestants: meet Lord Sugar's remaining candidates
First Woody, then Harvey, now NBC: how Ronan Farrow became Hollywood's giant-slayer Premium
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, review: is Angelina Jolie the most bored-looking of them all?
UK box office report, October 11–13: Joker marches on, Will Smith hits himself in the face Premium
Disney release huge list of everything on Disney+
ByTelegraph Reporters 15 Oct 2019, 10:45am
Culture stars who have died in 2019, from Harold Bloom to Keith Flint We remember some of the greatest talents from the arts world who have passed away this year
The incredible – and possibly true – Hollywood confessions of Scotty Bowers, 'escort to the stars' Premium
The Great British Bake Off: Pastry Week recap – did the latest departure really deserve it?
His Dark Materials, episode 1, first-look review: a faithful adaptation full of strangeness and childlike wonder Premium
Succession, season 2 finale recap: stone-cold killer Kendall sets the stage for season 3 Premium
What’s on TV tonight: The Great British Bake Off, Dublin Murders, and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 15 Oct 2019, 7:27am
Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon interview: ‘Sometimes I don’t even want to leave the house’ Premium
Dublin Murders, episode 1 review: this old-fashioned crime drama is an autumnal treat
Succession, season 2 finale review: you’re unlikely to see a more hypnotic TV episode this year
Satire, Super8, and a squeeze of David Fincher: how the Succession opening credits were made Premium
Pharrell Williams ‘embarrassed’ by controversial Blurred Lines lyrics
ByTelegraph Reporters 15 Oct 2019, 4:55pm
Ambition and overkill from composer James MacMillan at the Barbican, plus the best of October 2019's classical concerts Premium
Wilco's Jeff Tweedy on clashing with Billy Bragg, being insulted by Diddy, and why bands don't need record labels Premium
John Mayer, O2, review: Ed Sheeran crossed with Eric Clapton barely covers it  Premium
Serotonin by Michel Houellebecq, review: a novel of homophobia, racism, Islamophobia – and tender beauty Premium
'Posh bingo': a history of Booker Prize bust-ups Premium
Culture stars who have died in 2019, from Harold Bloom to Keith Flint We remember some of the greatest talents from the arts world who have passed away this year
Margaret Atwood's The Testaments didn't need the Booker Prize boost — but does Bernadine Evaristo's Girl, Woman, Other really deserve it? Premium
Zadie Smith's Grand Union, review: short stories that know just what they're doing Premium
Poem of the week: First They Came by Martin Niemöller
Culture stars who have died in 2019, from Harold Bloom to Keith Flint We remember some of the greatest talents from the arts world who have passed away this year
Zawe Ashton on going from Fresh Meat to Broadway – and those Tom Hiddleston rumours Premium
Baby Reindeer, Bush Theatre, review: the harrowing true story of a female stalker who sent 40,000 emails Premium
The Panopticon, Traverse Theatre, review: a sparklingly realistic dystopian play with Margaret Atwood on its mind
Groan Ups, Vaudeville Theatre, review: growing pains of the most painfully funny kind Premium
Gertrude Bell: the dashing ex-spy who founded Iraq's National Museum Premium
Don Pasquale, Royal Opera, review: pleasant enough entertainment, but is this really a role for Bryn Terfel? Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 15 Oct 2019, 11:37am
Rigoletto, Glyndebourne, review: a new production with good singing but unsubtle acting – and why the incest? Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 12 Oct 2019, 1:36pm
Bryn Terfel interview: 'Domingo walks into a room and heads turn. What you do with that is up to you.' Premium
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The best DSLR cameras you can buy in 2019: from beginners to pros
Tim Walker - Wonderful Things review, V&A: a collaboration that seems to benefit no one
Is this the greatest country on Earth for photography? Premium
Tim Walker’s astonishing pictures inspired by the V&A’s treasures 14 Sep 2019, 4:00pm
As Orientalist paintings are set to sell for up to £5m, why now is a promising time for the genre Premium
Twenty pieces of art belonging to controversialbanker for sale at up to £1.6m Premium
Out with the old, in with the new – ‘provocative’ art galleries are gambling with our goodwill Premium
How Dali rewrote art history as a deck of tarot cards Premium
Disney release huge list of everything on Disney+
ByTelegraph Reporters 15 Oct 2019, 10:45am
Succession, season 2 finale recap: stone-cold killer Kendall sets the stage for season 3 Premium
What’s on TV tonight: The Great British Bake Off, Dublin Murders, and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 15 Oct 2019, 7:27am
Satire, Super8, and a squeeze of David Fincher: how the Succession opening credits were made Premium
The Day Shall Come: Marchánt Davis gives a star-making performance in Chris Morris's half-baked satire
Saturday Night Live review: Phoebe Waller-Bridge left even Taylor Swift star-struck
Monty Python at 50: Terry Gilliam on how he made the show's surreal art Premium
ByTristram Fane Saunders 5 Oct 2019, 8:00am
Ben Elton Live, Nottingham Playhouse, touring, review:  motormouthed brilliance, anti-Boris ranting and unexpected pining for Margaret Thatcher Premium
What’s on TV tonight: The Great British Bake Off, Dublin Murders, and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 15 Oct 2019, 7:27am
Why The Missing Cryptoqueen podcast is as gripping as Serial  Premium
Lady Pamela Hicks, the unlikely 'poshcaster' spilling royal secrets Premium
Who knew The Beatles could silence Dave Grohl? Premium
Strictly Come Dancing 2019, week 4 results show: ballroom shock sees Dev Griffin sent home after dance-off defeat to Viscountess Emma Weymouth Premium
Strictly Come Dancing, week 4 recap: Karim Zeroual's fiery tango tops scoreboard on a night of miraculous improvement Premium
Who will win Strictly Come Dancing 2019? Predict the winner
ByTelegraph Reporters 13 Oct 2019, 3:21pm
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 contestants: Anneka Rice follows James Cracknell out of the door 12 Oct 2019, 3:34pm
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Daily Mail
16/10/2019 11:46:27 AM
'I wanted to give Dad one of my kidneys': James Blunt struggles to hold back the tears as he reveals his anguish at not being able to save his desperately ill father
759 shares James Blunt opens up about his father's kidney disease
FILM REVIEWS: On paper, Gemini Man sounds like the sort of film that is often described as 'high concept', however, it's a deeply disappointing Will Smith thriller
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CLASSICAL REVIEWS: The Silver Lake is very well performed by a well-chosen English Touring Opera cast, and, at two-and-a quarter hours, doesn't outstay its welcome
10 shares The Silver Lake review: Doesn't outstay its welcome
NON-FICTION REVIEWS: Ghostland by Edward Parnell is both haunting and entertaining, echoing with an enthusiast's love for that which is out of kilter with the everyday
19 shares Ghostland review: Both haunting and entertaining
POP REVIEWS: As she leaves the stage, she's still dancing... Beverley Knight makes Stevie Wonder's material her own with sheer exuberance
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THEATRE REVIEWS: An imperishable English classic, The Man In The White Suit, has been turned into a crass theatrical knees-up starring Stephen Mangan 
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FICTION REVIEWS: Ben Okri's lucid prose, a stylish debut by the Oscar-winning Argentine screenwriter Nicolás Giacobone and a pacey tale by Kate Furnivall
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DEBORAH ROSS: Keep it real, mums... or you'll totally lose the plot  
PIERS MORGAN: 'I'd like to punch Piers,' said Gary Lineker, 'and electrocute him too'  
Music makes Mum smile - it's incredibly therapeutic... Jools Holland opens up to Event about his mother's dementia, 27 years of his landmark show and why he thinks Simon Cowell 'does a good job'
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7 Events: From a Pre-Raphaelite Sisters exhibition to Ghost Stories on stage and Official Secrets in cinemas, Event picks the top things to do this week 
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Mince on dripping toast? Yes please!
1 share TOM PARKER BOWLES: The Quality Chop House lives up to the hype
Our man samples the best of the UK's indie wine sellers 
2 shares OLLY SMITH: A sample of the UK's best indie wine merchants
The new iPhone is a pleasant surprise but not quite a revelation 
1 share ROB WAUGH: The iPhone 11 is a pleasant surprise
'I'd like to punch Piers,' said Gary Lineker, 'and electrocute him too'
7 shares Piers Morgan on Gary Lineker's 'sudden penchant for violence'
23 shares Louis Walsh on cosmetic surgery, comebacks and the dangers of fame
He's gathered all the old gang - Scorsese, Pacino, Pesci. The ageing stars look decades younger thanks to 'miraculous' CGI. So... Is this £115m Netflix epic De Niro's greatest ever mob movie?
53 shares De Niro in The Irishman is as good as he has been in 25 years
Foyle's War topped a recent poll of Britain's most-missed TV shows - but it won't be returning to our screens, creator Anthony Horowitz reveals to Event. And here's why
209 shares Why ITV have ruled out another Foyle's War
24 shares A new book exposes the corruption behind the human organ trade
The World On Fire star who owes his career to being called an idiot by his mum
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Independent
16/10/2019 11:47:02 AM
Theatre & dance
Paul Rudd: ‘In private, I’m dealing with all the traumas of real life’
‘Succession’: A sumptuous, tragicomic finale
‘Succession’ arrives at a time when disgustingly rich men trash lives
Why HBO’s Succession is the best thing on TV
‘Succession’ arrives at a time when disgustingly rich men trash lives
Why HBO’s Succession is the best thing on TV
Sarah Phelps on Dublin Murders, Ed Westwick and Agatha Christie
‘Nobody is going to benefit’: What musicians in Ireland make of Brexit
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil review – Distracting, fantasy fluff
Dublin Murders veers on cliche but still keeps you guessing
Eddie Murphy: ‘I was kind of an a**hole’
Elton John’s autobiography is full of warmth and candour
5 astonishing facts about your own body
Sharon Horgan: ‘It took a sexual assault to make female stories sell’
Breaking Bad film El Camino is a predictable trip down memory lane
Martin Scorsese is right about Marvel films – they aren’t cinema
Succession star Matthew Macfadyen ‘almost choked on chicken’ in finale
Shawshank Redemption star thinks he knows why film flopped
Former Disney star Bella Thorne wins award for first porn film
Mr Robot drops final season twist that stuns fans
Sarah Silverman lands HBO comedy special after blackface scandal
Felicity Huffman begins prison sentence in college admissions scandal
Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman unrecognisable in new Bombshell trai
Jennifer Aniston shares Friends reunion selfie in first Instagram post
30 times things went wrong on film sets
10 of the best sex scenes in film
35 times actors fell in love on set
Original Star Wars character to return in The Rise of Skywalker
Every movie and TV show joining Disney's new streaming service
Oscar glory predicted for Charlize Theron’s Megyn Kelly performance
New Lady and the Tramp trailer shows iconic spaghetti scene
Bryan Cranston explains how he wanted to return to Breaking Bad
Olivia Colman says The Crown fans will not see real Queen in drama
Strictly fans threaten to boycott show after ‘outrageous’ elimination
Vinnie Jones: Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy are ‘an embarrassment’
Game of Thrones director admits final season was 'really rushed'
Paul Rudd recalls embarrassing Jennifer Aniston moment during Friends
Meet grungy guitar-pop singer Zuzu
Lewis Capaldi stars in final Music Box episode of season 5
Rock band Feet star in penultimate Music Box episode of season 5
Yungblud stars in a raucous Music Box session for season 5
Big Thief’s new album Two Hands feels astonishingly alive
How King Crimson’s masterpiece led us to ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’
Albums: Kim Gordon – No Home Record and Elbow – Giants of All Sizes
Now Hear This: Nick Cave, FEET, Stereo Honey and King Princess
Best-selling literary critic Harold Bloom dies at the age of 89
Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo win Booker Prize 2019
Five of the biggest books released this month
The 40 best books to read before you die
The Royal Ballet at Royal Opera House: 'Ranges from prickly to serene'
Richard Gadd interview: ‘My stalker was a victim too’
Katy Perry appeals plagiarism ruling in Christian rap song case
Lady Gaga is re-releasing album Artpop without song featuring R Kelly
Elton John defends Ellen DeGeneres’ friendship with George W Bush
Zoe Kravitz to star as Catwoman opposite Robert Pattinson’s Batman
Harry Styles ‘locked bedroom door’ after being stalked by homeless man
Marvel writer doubles down on criticism of 'bad movie' Joker
Jeremy Renner accused of ‘threatening to kill his ex-wife’

Guardian
16/10/2019 11:47:04 AM
Booker prize 2019 Bernardine Evaristo and Margaret Atwood on breaking the rules
Booker prize Backlash after Booker awarded to two authors
Podcast Why do we have two Booker winners?
Booker prize Backlash after Booker awarded to two authors
Podcast Why do we have two Booker winners?
Bernardine Evaristo and Margaret Atwood on breaking the rules
The Great British Bake Off 2019: episode eight – as it happened
The Great British Bake Off 2019: episode eight – as it happened
Nam June Paik Move over Tim Berners-Lee, here's the real prophet of the web
Move over Tim Berners-Lee, here's the real prophet of the web
Bolshie, biting, brilliant Is Succession the new Game of Thrones?
Is Succession the new Game of Thrones?
We put 20 tons of nuts in the post! Meet TV's most extreme superfans
Meet TV's most extreme superfans
John Giorno The New York radical who broke art and poetry's boundaries
The New York radical who broke art and poetry's boundaries
Grab your pogo stick Fortnite Chapter 2 is live with new map, weapons and more
Fortnite Chapter 2 is live with new map, weapons and more
Fashion killa Why are rappers at war with their stylists?
Why are rappers at war with their stylists?
Books Bid to repatriate James Joyce's remains ahead of Ulysses centenary
Bid to repatriate James Joyce's remains ahead of Ulysses centenary
Music Lizzo hit by second plagiarism claim over No 1 hit Truth Hurts
Lizzo hit by second plagiarism claim over No 1 hit Truth Hurts
Film Jennifer Aniston’s Instagram debut sends platform crashing
Jennifer Aniston’s Instagram debut sends platform crashing
Film Scotty Bowers, ‘male madame to the stars’, dies aged 96
Scotty Bowers, ‘male madame to the stars’, dies aged 96
Music Harry Styles: homeless man found guilty of stalking star
Harry Styles: homeless man found guilty of stalking star