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The Happy Prince review: Rupert Everett brings power and empathy to Oscar Wilde's gutter years 3
So-so wartime drama in a technically whizzy new venue - The Shadow Factory, NST City, Southampton, review   3
‘I don’t feel guilty. Why would I?’: the chilling memories of Goebbels's secretary 3
Flight is the musical equivalent of a supermarket’s premium range convenience food – Theatre Royal Glasgow, review 4
Wild Beasts deliver a masterful set to go out with a bang – Hammersmith Apollo, review 4
Laura Marling shows us why she is one of Britain's finest musical talents – St Giles-in-the-Fields, review 4
The Happy Prince review: Rupert Everett brings power and empathy to Oscar Wilde's gutter years 3
What's on TV tonight: Collateral and Marcella returns
Black Panther spoilers: where next for T'Challa? And what do the post-credits scenes mean? 
Baftas 2018: Three Billboards and Time's Up triumph as black dresses take over the red carpet
Christopher Nolan: 'I'd love to make a Bond film - at some point'
Lame jokes, boring speeches, and nothing for Paddington: everything wrong with the 2018 Baftas Premium
The Brit Awards is always a triumph of the beige over the bold – and democracy is to blame Premium
Comment: On this day in 2016: Umberto Eco, the esoteric novelist baffled by his own success, dies in Milan Dominic Selwood
‘I don’t feel guilty. Why would I?’: the chilling memories of Goebbels's secretary 3
Comment: Charles Saatchi's masterpieces: how Goya rewrote the rulebook of the female nude  Charles Saatchi
Gallery: The best photos in the world: Societies of Photographers 2017 Awards, the finalists
Gallery: World Press Photo Awards 2018: the nominees
Gallery: Madonna and Tupac in love: Hollywood's most unconventional celebrity couples
Collateral, episode 2: after a clunky start, David Hare's drama hit its stride 
Marcella, series two, epsiode one review: Anna Friel deserves better than this crime-by-numbers drama 3
What's on TV tonight: Collateral and Marcella returns
Lame jokes, boring speeches, and nothing for Paddington: everything wrong with the 2018 Baftas Premium
German Olympic skater dresses as Jamie Lannister for Game of Thrones routine
Comment: Why is British TV drama in crisis?  Ben Lawrence
The Brit Awards is always a triumph of the beige over the bold – and democracy is to blame Premium
Gibson, rock music's favourite guitar brand, faces bankruptcy
Michael Jackson's father slams 'jealous' Quincy Jones
Wild Beasts deliver a masterful set to go out with a bang – Hammersmith Apollo, review 4
Laura Marling shows us why she is one of Britain's finest musical talents – St Giles-in-the-Fields, review 4
Opera classics threatened by #MeToo movement, says top tenor
The Czech Philharmonic makes Dvorák sound gloriously fresh, plus the best of February's classical concerts 4
Drake gives away $1m in 'God's Plan' video and urges people 'to be nice to each other'
Comment: On this day in 2016: Umberto Eco, the esoteric novelist baffled by his own success, dies in Milan Dominic Selwood
‘I don’t feel guilty. Why would I?’: the chilling memories of Goebbels's secretary 3
Lock up your livestock – and your dentures: the tricks of the raven Premium
Sarah Perry on why Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca is still sexy and transgressive, 80 years on Premium
Thirteen Reasons Why author Jay Asher denies all sexual harassment claims
Maze Runner author James Dashner dropped by agent, 'deeply sorry' after sexual misconduct allegations
So-so wartime drama in a technically whizzy new venue - The Shadow Factory, NST City, Southampton, review   3
Powerful indictment of the modern-day desire to medicate - The Almighty Sometimes, Manchester Royal Exchange, review 4
A devastating tour de force from Carey Mulligan - Girls and Boys, Royal Court, review  5
Comment: Eccentric philanthropists are the saviours of art  Melanie McDonagh
Watch Giuseppe Verdi's La traviata opera trailer from the ENO
Monica Dolan interview: 'I was terrified of sharing my new play' Premium
A lifetime of favourite music from journalist, novelist and critic Celia Walden
Sports writer Jim White picks his life-changing tracks
Flight is the musical equivalent of a supermarket’s premium range convenience food – Theatre Royal Glasgow, review 4
Opera classics threatened by #MeToo movement, says top tenor
Comment: Eccentric philanthropists are the saviours of art  Melanie McDonagh
Gallery: The best photos in the world: Societies of Photographers 2017 Awards, the finalists
Duchess of Cambridge puts degree to good use as she 'curates' Victorian photography show
Gallery: Pictured: The brave Rohingya women giving birth in refugee camps
Comment: Charles Saatchi's masterpieces: how Goya rewrote the rulebook of the female nude  Charles Saatchi
X-rays reveal secret side to Picasso's blue period masterpiece
Rachel Howard interview: 'I thought Damien Hirst was just a cocky northerner' Premium
The best gaming laptops for 2018
Gallery: From Friends to The Crown: the best TV shows on Netflix UK
Gallery: Amazon Video: the 50 best TV shows on Amazon Prime UK
Meet the 'doomerangers' - the middle aged men moving back in with mum Premium
Hilarious and engaging tale of a comedy club in Jenin - Showtime From The Frontline, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, review 4
What's on TV tonight: Collateral and Marcella returns
Comment: Has Will Self really been mellowed by the charms of modern Britain? Pete Naughton
A modern classic brought joyfully and chillingly to life - The Winter’s Tale, Royal Ballet, review 4
The Shape of Water star Doug Jones: Hollywood’s most invisible actor grabs the spotlight Premium
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Why the fine art auction world is in flux
Best cultural events in Barbados 2018
Why director Guillermo del Toro's time has come
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Daily Mail
19/02/2018 11:46:34 PM
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It's a scandal! Illicit sex, spying, embezzlement, perjury and murder conspiracies - from Profumo to Jeremy Thorpe, why are politicians so very self-destructive?
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Bored to death on the nile: How the trip of a lifetime was ruined by dusty relics of the aristocracy
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The secret life of the heart-faced killer: An author reveals how owls are able to hunt by capturing sound waves
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How women CAN have it all: Top city fund manager and mother-of-nine advises others to stop dithering and take a leap
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Blisters, midge bites and a backpack full of memories: Explorer reveals the essentials needed to reach Britain's last great wilderness
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MUST READS  As a young Communist activist in Fifties Shanghai, Xu Hongci was appalled by the brutal violence.
PSYCHO THRILLERS  In New York, Angela Power's celebrity professor husband, Jason, is accused of sexually harassing an intern.
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DEBUTS Nineteen-year-old Erin is on a mission to defy the trends in world exploration. 
LITERARY FICTION  A married writer and mother, Maggie, strikes up a fervent liaison with another middle-aged writer.
Lazy? No, I have sex 40 times a day! Lusty pandas, frogs in underpants, pigeons on LSD...the astounding secret lives of animals
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The 'bumptious young ass' and his long-suffering comrades: Delving into the truth behind Lawrence of Arabia's time in Jeddah 
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The art of surviving the five-hour handshake - as told by former White House social secretaries 
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You CAN take your wealth with you (... if you're the Emperor of China, that is!) 
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Why a bacon butty is BETTER than sex: The pleasure of food revealed in fascinating new book (including how MUSIC can change how it tastes) 
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We are family - Einstein, Halle Berry and me: One authors' attempt at breaking the best attended family reunion world record
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How a brutal murderer convinced Scotland to let him become an ordained priest (and he practised in a church just 20 MINUTES from where he killed his mother) 
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The royal wife who REALLY wore the trousers: Charles I might have been King - but it was his French Queen Henrietta Maria who was in charge 
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Battle cry of a tiger mother's damaged child: Amy Tan reveals how she turned  the trauma of her childhood into bestselling novels
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Why finding £20 doesn't make up for losing a tenner: The ultimate guide to transforming your mentality on spending - for good 
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  WHAT BOOK would broadcaster Fern Britton take to a desert island?          
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New chapter in the history of the Bronte birthplace as new owners turn it into a cafe honouring the family's literary heritage
Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, author of One Hundred Years of Solitude, hospitalised with lung and urinary tract infections
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The war between the sisters: Smashed windows, lobbed bombs, a fascinating book casts new light on the bitter rivalry between the women who fought for the vote
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How a girl from Dunstable survived WWII in a Chinese communists camp in the Malayan jungle
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Bored with your job? Feel the fear - and JUMP: Wall street capitalist reveals how he switched to a career playing squash
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So disfigured by war that his own father didn't recognise him: The pioneering surgery that gave Ellis Williams a new life
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Let your children run free - German style: A mother shares how moving country gave her children permission to be themselves
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Russia's plan to invade: As the UK's Army chief predicts Russia may start a war, a new book reveals they've had detailed maps of our secret military complexes for decades
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Which sex symbol wasn't safe from ladies' wandering hands? Test yourself in Marcus Berkmann's festive Books Quiz - and win £1,000! 
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The brainy queen who history has forgotten: How Caroline of Ansbach left an indelible impression on everyone who met her
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Our selection of this year's best stocking fillers: Cheer someone up - slip Mac into their stocking!
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Why our Amy's heading for the bestseller lists! The Daily Mail novel competition winner's disturbing psychological thriller hits the shelves (and you'll won't be able to put it down) 
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Independent
19/02/2018 11:47:10 PM
Emily Mortimer: 'The Bookshop is an anti-American dream story'
Wild Beasts say farewell at Eventim Apollo in London - review
Three Billboards sweeps Baftas as Time's Up protest looms large
Are Fifth Harmony about to pull a One Direction?
Jorja Smith exudes cool at Shepherd's Bush Empire in London - review
Grime MC Stormin dies after cancer battle
The full list of Bafta winners as they're announced - live updates
BBC drama Troy: Fall of a City is yet to convince - episode 1 review
Jennifer Lawrence responded to claims she was 'rude' to Joanna Lumley
MUBI offers free subscription to film students around the world
Where are the Infinity Stones and who is Thanos?
Black Panther director Ryan Coogler explains his Infinity Stones decis
A Black Widow movie may have just been confirmed by Captain America
Black Panther universe has an independent Wales
Black Panther obliterates box office records for its opening weekend
Baftas 2018 ceremony as it happened: Three Billboards clears up
Grime MC Stormin dies after cancer battle
The Damned, review, KOKO, London: Devilishly good fun
Fergie apologises for botched National Anthem performance
This is what the girls from the Siamese Dream LP cover look like now
Robyn says we will get a new album in 2018
Who is nominated at the 2018 Brit Awards? The list in full
'The Brit awards are finally embracing diversity in UK music'
Elise LeGrow at Le Café de la Danse in Paris - review
Simple Minds, Roundhouse, London, review: An erratic experience
Album reviews: Kendrick Lamar, Joshua Homme?, Belle & Sebastian
Album reviews: Franz Ferdinand - Always Ascending, Ezra Furman - Trans
Daniel Caesar was breathtaking at his sold-out London show - review
Isaac Gracie's voice compares to the greats of folk rock – review
Justin Timberlake delivers tedious Super Bowl halftime performance
Justin Timberlake returns to his soul-pop roots on Man of the Woods
Television & radio/podcasts
Homeland season 7 is already rectifying its mistakes - review
BBC announce new wildlife series with David Attenborough
John Oliver praises Parkland students for speaking out on gun control
RuPaul's All Star Drag Race S3E4 RuView
TV Preview, Troy: Fall of a City (BBC1, Saturday 9.10pm)
Jimmy Kimmel gets emotional during Florida shooting monologue
Jeffrey Tambor reacts to being fired from Transparent
The Beatles in India: Recollections at a Liverpool exhibition
Scientists discover painting hidden behind Picasso masterpiece
What does Anthony Gormley's Angel of the North represent?
Photograph of baby gorilla in arms of man who saved her wins top prize
Third 'Banksy' appears in Hull in a week
'Banksy' spotted for the second time in 20 years
Painting of naked nymphs removed from gallery following #MeToo
Charles I: King and Collector, review: Magnificently staged
Andreas Gursky, review: Great and fascinating detail
Modigliani, Tate Modern, review: This exhibition is just right
Erté review: Not the best place for a new generation to discover him
Red Star Over Russia, review: A furious flurry of visual stimulation
Monochrome, National Gallery, review: I was not bowled over by it
Cézanne Portraits review: No one ever smiles in his works
Paula Rego, review: Storytelling is at the heart of everything
Peter Rabbit features among new Beatrix Potter 50p coins
George RR Martin hints Winds of Winter probably won't come in 2018
Force of Nature by Jane Harper, review: A cleverly paced novel
13 Reasons Why author expelled from prominent writing organisation
Shakespeare may have 'plagiarised' long-lost 1576 manuscript
Feel Free by Zadie Smith, review: Showcases some of her best writing
Roxane Gay hits out at Black Panther premiere 'invite snub'
Everything you need to know about Harry Potter Book Night
The Only Story by Julian Barnes, review: Shattering emotional acuity
Costa Book Awards: Inside the Wave named as 2017 Book of the Year
Virginia Woolf's best advice on life, womanhood and the world
An introduction to Virginia Woolf, whom Google is honouring today
Heal Me by Julia Buckley, review: Absolute must-read on chronic pain
Giselle review: A glowing performance by Marianela Nunez
Juliet and Romeo, review: Glorious mix of speech, dance and comedy
The B*easts, review: Remarkably combative and thought-provoking
Andrew Lloyd Webber on his mental health battle: 'I felt very alone'
Girls & Boys, review: A remarkable return for Carey Mulligan
The Secret Garden is returning to Broadway
Pina Bausch – Viktor, review: It's long – and sometimes gruelling
The Captive Queen, review: Daringly conceived
Gundog, review: Finely acted and beautifully paced
Long Day's Journey into Night, review: Shatteringly good
Booby's Bay, review: Key central issues are drowned by scandals galore
Sadler's Wells Sampled, review: A pick’n’mix selection of dance
Henri Michaux, review: We see only part of the artist's greatness
Dry Powder, review: A razor-sharp comedy
Eugenius!, review: The show has a rollicking spirit
Jakop Ahlbom Company, review: A distinctive sense of atmosphere
Why are stories by or about queer women ghettoised as 'lesbian'?
Stolen cello worth £1.2m returned to award-winning musician
Preserving skiing's origins in China's remote west
Black Panther earned $25m on its opening night
Annihilation's director and stars react to whitewashing controversy
The secret life of Istanbul's street cats
TV Review, Shetland (BBC1): This Sheltie noir is a fine drama
John Oliver on why he confronted Dustin Hoffman over allegations
Judge rules Zooey Deschanel was to blame for role she missed out on
Idris Elba proposes to his model girlfriend at screening of new film
Two Guantanamos: Photos showing the Cuban city and US military base
Jill Messick's family name Rose McGowan and Weinstein in statement
Three Billboards director speaks out about film's controversy
Kettle's Yard launching exhibition reflecting diversity of UK art
Producer apologises to Uma Thurman over Kill Bill car crash
Salma Hayek almost didn't publish her Harvey Weinstein story
Time's Up initiative raises $20 million for legal defence fund

Guardian
19/02/2018 11:47:12 PM
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Place your bets Peter Bradshaw's predictions for the 2018 film Baftas
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Selma Blair I'll lose everything, I'll go to court. I will be on the right side of history
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Daniela Vega The transgender star lighting up the film industry
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Will Self I’m fitter than I’ve ever been
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Sandra Bernhard webchat Post your questions now
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Katharine Gun Keira Knightley to star in ‘forgotten’ story of Iraq war whistleblower
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Harvey Weinstein Canadian actor's suit against Weinstein and assistant must proceed, judge rules
Canadian actor's suit against Weinstein and assistant must proceed, judge rules
Picasso X-ray reveals landscape painting beneath existing artwork
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Music UK's first live music census finds small venues struggling
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