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Telegraph
17/06/2019 10:09:50 AM
‘Do you have a crocodile at home?’: how Britain’s top illustrators bring children’s stories to life Premium
The last days of lino: when a humble floor covering ruled the British art world Premium
From Leon to Villanelle: why we all, secretly or openly, love storiesabout assassins Premium
Faber & Faber: The Untold Story review: how literary history was made – by mistake Premium
Virginia Courtauld: the cross-dressing, tattooed dragon lady of Edwardian London Premium
The Hunting Gun, Aldeburgh Festival, review: this new opera by Thomas Larcher has a rare beauty and addictive charm Premium
ByRupert Christiansen
Netflix movies: The 100 best films on Netflix UK, from Spartacus to Birdman
Toy Story 4 review: Pixar plays with our emotions in one of the most delightful blockbusters ever made
Driverless: who is in control? review, Science Museum – proves humans are the supreme machine
ByHarry de Quetteville 13 Jun 2019, 4:32pm
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Nevill Holt Opera, review: a dream of a performance, but why so many empty seats?  Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 13 Jun 2019, 3:06pm
Keith Haring review, Tate Liverpool: a vivid journey through Eighties New York Premium
The Pope, Royal & Derngate, Northampton, review: a rhapsodically intense response to an ecclesiastical crisis  Premium
Sometimes Always Never, review: an oddball gem of Scrabble, sadness and English whimsy
Peter Max: fraud, fakery and the tragic fall of a Pop art superstar Premium
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Nevill Holt Opera, review: a dream of a performance, but why so many empty seats?  Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 13 Jun 2019, 3:06pm
Keith Haring review, Tate Liverpool: a vivid journey through Eighties New York Premium
The Pope, Royal & Derngate, Northampton, review: a rhapsodically intense response to an ecclesiastical crisis  Premium
From Ziggy Stardust to Madonna's Madame X: the sad, slow death of the pop alter ego Premium
Culture stars who have died in 2019, from Sylvia Miles to Judith Kerr
From Fleabag to 63 Up: the best TV of 2019 (so far)
Meet the Love Island 2019 contestants: from aircraft engineers to beauty therapists
Toy Story 4 review: Pixar plays with our emotions in one of the most delightful blockbusters ever made
The Rob Lowe sex tape scandal: how did he get away with it?  Premium
Sometimes Always Never, review: an oddball gem of Scrabble, sadness and English whimsy
Diego Maradona, review: Asif Kapadia compels you to care, whether you like football or not Premium
Culture stars who have died in 2019, from Sylvia Miles to Judith Kerr 13 Jun 2019, 9:16am
What’s on TV tonight: Who Should Get to Stay in the UK?, Death Row and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 13 Jun 2019, 7:19am
Who Should Get to Stay in the UK?  review: moving dispatches from the immigration front line
Death Row, Countdown to Execution, review: a thoughtful and less salacious look at life on Death Row
The Rob Lowe sex tape scandal: how did he get away with it?  Premium
'Parents will freak out': why the sexed-up teen drama Euphoria is HBO's most shocking drama yet
What’s on TV tonight: Who Should Get to Stay in the UK?, Death Row and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 13 Jun 2019, 7:19am
The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes, review: despite a risky premise, this experiment treated dementia sufferers with respect
Wild Bill, episode 1 review: Rob Lowe's fish-out-of-water drama is a strange beast
Russell T Davies's nightmarish future: why Years and Years wouldn't exist without Torchwood: Children of Earth Premium
From Ziggy Stardust to Madonna's Madame X: the sad, slow death of the pop alter ego Premium
Bruce Springsteen, Western Stars, review: born to run, destined to stick around Premium
Radiohead, Minidiscs [Hacked], review: an 18-hour Black Mirror episode set in Thom Yorke’s head Premium
Calm down, rock obsessives: the Universal Studios fire was not the end of some secret musical trove Premium
Culture stars who have died in 2019, from Sylvia Miles to Judith Kerr 13 Jun 2019, 9:16am
'We didn't realise Mum was a victim of domestic abuse until Dad killed her and our sister' Premium
Isn’t it time we embraced Iris Murdoch again? Premium
Simon de Montfort, the knight, seducer and radical who transformed English government – for a year Premium
The Easternmost House by Juliet Blaxland, review: a charming fight for rural existence Premium
‘Do you have a crocodile at home?’: how Britain’s top illustrators bring children’s stories to life Premium
The Pope, Royal & Derngate, Northampton, review: a rhapsodically intense response to an ecclesiastical crisis  Premium
Culture stars who have died in 2019, from Sylvia Miles to Judith Kerr 13 Jun 2019, 9:16am
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath, review: pilfering brazenly and pointlessly from Chekhov  Premium
A Midsummer Night’s Dream review, Bridge Theatre: an erotic, enchanting, utterly modern Dream of a production Premium
London theatre: the best plays and shows on now
ByTelegraph Reporters 10 Jun 2019, 10:44am
Tony Awards 2019: The Ferryman wins best play while Sam Mendez picks up top director prize
ByTelegraph Reporters 10 Jun 2019, 6:28am
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Nevill Holt Opera, review: a dream of a performance, but why so many empty seats?  Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 13 Jun 2019, 3:06pm
?Cendrillon review, Glyndebourne: a touching production with a short supply of really fine singing Premium
The Hunting Gun, Aldeburgh Festival, review: this new opera by Thomas Larcher has a rare beauty and addictive charm Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 8 Jun 2019, 4:27pm
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30 years on: Tiananmen Square through the lens of Jeff Widener, author of the iconic 'Tank Man' photograph 4 Jun 2019, 12:24pm
Meet the photographer using drones to show the effects of climate change Premium
Rwanda genocide revisited: What happened to the children of rape victims?
Spectacular entries from National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2019 27 Mar 2019, 1:27pm
Peter Max: fraud, fakery and the tragic fall of a Pop art superstar Premium
Driverless: who is in control? review, Science Museum – proves humans are the supreme machine
ByHarry de Quetteville 13 Jun 2019, 4:32pm
Keith Haring review, Tate Liverpool: a vivid journey through Eighties New York Premium
Bartolomé Bermejo, National Gallery, review: something to absorb, engage and amuse on every square inch  
The Rob Lowe sex tape scandal: how did he get away with it?  Premium
'Parents will freak out': why the sexed-up teen drama Euphoria is HBO's most shocking drama yet
What’s on TV tonight: Who Should Get to Stay in the UK?, Death Row and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 13 Jun 2019, 7:19am
Russell T Davies's nightmarish future: why Years and Years wouldn't exist without Torchwood: Children of Earth Premium
Frank Skinner live, Leicester Square Theatre, review: off the cuff, Skinner is as strong as ever – but his written material is tired
ByTristram Fane Saunders 8 Jun 2019, 3:24pm
Rachel Bloom: Live! review, London Palladium: a beautiful, heart-stopping, breathtaking hodgepodge 
When the Spice Girls hit Cannes: the inside story of Spice World, 'the worst film ever made' Premium
Al Murray on Vanity Fair: My great-great-great-granddad wrote a comic masterpiece Premium
What’s on TV tonight: Who Should Get to Stay in the UK?, Death Row and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 13 Jun 2019, 7:19am
Cricket fan Greg James might be radio’s best all-rounder Premium
No more local radio? What a ridiculous idea Premium
Blake's 7 and Doctor Who actor Paul Darrow dead at 78
Margot Fonteyn: A Celebration, Royal Ballet, review: when Darcey Bussell returned to Covent Garden and the stars came out     Premium
Cinderella, English National Ballet, Royal Albert Hall, review: Cinders gets slightly lost but still has a ball Premium
The Firebird / A Month in the Country / Symphony in C, Royal Ballet, review: a Russian-tinted evening of infinite variety Premium
Vogueing a path towards diversity: how house ballroom danced its way into fashion Premium
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Daily Mail
17/06/2019 10:09:16 AM
17 shares 50 classical tracks to soothe, inspire and delight you
FILM REVIEWS: Late Night starring Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling is such an unexpected and delicious treat that works quite wonderfully
1 share Late Night review: An unexpected and delicious treat
CLASSICAL REVIEWS: Michael Boyd's production of Don Giovanni at the Garsington Opera is modern, light and frothy, and doesn't take itself too seriously 
1 share Don Giovanni review: Modern, light and frothy
POP REVIEWS: Madonna has another new image for her 14th album Madame X but the music hits you instantly with its vitality and variety, its omnivorous hunger
555 shares Madonna album review: It hits you instantly with its vitality
THEATRE REVIEWS: Rutherford And Son starring the great Roger Allam at the National Theatre is a great Edwardian play, though the gloom here has been over-egged 
1 share Rutherford And Son review: The gloom has been over-egged
DEBORAH ROSS: I'm so glad I kept in with the Up crowd
PIERS MORGAN: 'It must be such fun having a son like Piers,' said Mary Berry
CRAIG BROWN: Other biographers of Coco Chanel have portrayed her as a Nazi collaborator, but Anne de Courcy prefers to sit on the fence 
2 shares Chanel's Riviera review: Anne de Courcy prefers to sit on the fence
ART REVIEWS: This is the most extensive Edouard Vuillard exhibition in Britain for 15 years... But £12.50 seems a steep entrance fee for just over 40 works
2 shares Edouard Vuillard review: The most extensive exhibition for 15 years
7 unmissable events: From Lenny Henry on stage to Emma Thomson on screen Event gives you the must see highlights of the week
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Five-star sushi in a Bond villain's lair
1 share TOM PARKER BOWLES: Endo, where the rice is as memorable as the sushi
Try this unsung hero of white wines, with its refreshing zing and affordable price
41 shares OLLY SMITH: Verdicchio, the next big thing in wine!
Watch your stress (as it shoots through the roof!)
1 share ROB WAUGH: This watch monitors your stress but might add to it too!
'It must be such fun having a son like Piers,' said Mary Berry
1 share Piers Morgan meets Mary Berry and Judi Dench at Chelsea Flower Show
Movie legend Sir Michael Caine on knowing all about Hollywood's 'dodgy men', why he's never done a nude scene - and how he almost gave up acting for good 20 years ago
9 shares Sir Michael Caine on #MeToo, age and spending time with the grandkids
637 shares The men who really did 'fight them on the beaches' at D-Day
Leonard Cohen, Spongebob Squarepants and self-destructing scripts... the cast of Game of Thrones tell us all the secrets
2 shares Game Of Thrones stars reflect on the controversial final series
CRAIG BROWN: Wordsworth, Coleridge - and a biography so beguiling it's poetry in itself
2 shares CRAIG BROWN: A bold, immersive biography of Coleridge and Wordsworth
Leonardo: A Life In Drawing is a stunning exhibition, giving an extraordinary vision of one of the greatest minds of history 
1 share Leonardo: A Life In Drawing review: A stunning exhibition
Independent
17/06/2019 10:09:51 AM
Theatre & dance
Elton John'http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainments Dublin show was one of pop'> Elton John's Dublin show was one of pop's most affecting farewells
Natasia Demetriou: 'http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainmentWe work in such a misogynistic industry'> Natasia Demetriou: 'We work in such a misogynistic industry'
Mira Sorvino says she is 'http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainmenta survivor of date rape'> Mira Sorvino says she is 'a survivor of date rape'
Bruce Springsteen’s Western Stars is a late-period masterpiece
Mark Ronson: 'http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainmentModesty can seem like a false character trait'> Mark Ronson: 'Modesty can seem like a false character trait'

Guardian
17/06/2019 10:09:53 AM
Keith Haring 'Like being led round hell by Mickey Mouse'
'Like being led round hell by Mickey Mouse'
Bill Callahan I can't die – life is too good, it can't end
I can't die – life is too good, it can't end
'She was my second mother' Paul Schrader remembers Pauline Kael
Paul Schrader remembers Pauline Kael
Why is Justin Bieber Cruising for a bruising?
Why is Justin Bieber Cruising for a bruising?
Toy Story 4 review New characters but the same old Story
New characters but the same old Story
Frida Kahlo Artist's only known voice recording possibly found in Mexico
Artist's only known voice recording possibly found in Mexico
Laurie Anderson It's a great time to be creating new realities
It's a great time to be creating new realities
My best shot The emotional toll of abortion
The emotional toll of abortion
Film Bryan Singer to pay $150,000 to settle rape allegation
Bryan Singer to pay $150,000 to settle rape allegation
Books Pepe the Frog creator wins $15,000 settlement against Infowars
Pepe the Frog creator wins $15,000 settlement against Infowars
Film Jessica Biel denies she is an anti-vaxxer after opposing California vaccination law
Jessica Biel denies she is an anti-vaxxer after opposing California vaccination law
Books 'Highly concerning': picture books bias worsens as female characters stay silent
'Highly concerning': picture books bias worsens as female characters stay silent
'Ghosts shaped my life' Out-of-print children's classic to be resurrected
Out-of-print children's classic to be resurrected
Books Every Tory MP sent This Is Going to Hurt as reminder of Jeremy Hunt's record
Every Tory MP sent This Is Going to Hurt as reminder of Jeremy Hunt's record
Film Roman Polanski's lawyer: Oscar Academy expulsion of director a 'total sham'
Roman Polanski's lawyer: Oscar Academy expulsion of director a 'total sham'