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Telegraph
25/08/2019 10:47:06 PM
Britain’s Got Talent winner Colin Thackery, interview: ‘I’ll die happy after singing for the Queen’ Premium
‘It was interesting to try something new’: what it’s like to appear on Naked Attraction Premium
The Lidl Liam Neeson: why Gerard Butler deserves better than Angel Has Fallen Premium
Inside Keanu Reeves’s bullet time scene: how The Matrix changed cinema forever  Premium
The dark side of Sex and the City: why Candace Bushnell's book was no New York fairy tale   Premium
Once Upon A Time in Hollywood's true hero: the wild, bone-breaking life of stunt legend Hal Needham Premium
What’s on TV tonight: Prince Albert: A Victorian Hero Revealed, the Challenge Cup final and more
ByTelegraph Reporters Latest reviews
Best comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019: reviews of 40 of this year’s must see-comedians, including Jordan Brookes, Catherine Cohen and Laura Lexx Premium
Is witchcraft really on the rise? Premium
ByRobert Leigh-Pemberton 24 Aug 2019, 12:00pm
An odd performance of Bruckner by the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, plus the rest of August’s best classical concerts reviewed Premium
JARV IS review, Leith Theatre, Edinburgh International Festival: rock grandeur and kitchen-sink humour from the one and only Jarvis Cocker 
Appropriate review, Donmar Warehouse: a lacerating portrait of a family with skeletons in the closet
Best theatre at Edinburgh Fringe 2019: reviews of 20 must see-shows including Phoenix, Like Animals, and The Shark Is Broken Premium
Man-eating, drug-taking, scandal-making: The It Girl through the ages Premium
Jordan Brookes’s Edinburgh win is a triumph for weird fringe comedy Premium
Tristram Fane Saunders 24 Aug 2019, 2:13pm
From grime stars Stormzy and Wiley to Princess Beatrice: how Ed Sheeran became the best-connected man in pop Premium
Best comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019: reviews of 40 of this year’s must see-comedians, including Jordan Brookes, Catherine Cohen and Laura Lexx Premium
Is witchcraft really on the rise? Premium
ByRobert Leigh-Pemberton 24 Aug 2019, 12:00pm
Great British Bake Off winners: where are they now? Premium
Great British Bake Off winners: where are they now? Premium
Strictly Come Dancing contestants 2019: the full confirmed line-up
From Muslim superheroines to Ewan McGregor’s Star Wars return: Disney gives a glimpse of the future Premium
Robert Downey Jr reminisces about Disneyland drugs bust
What’s on TV tonight: Prince Albert: A Victorian Hero Revealed, the Challenge Cup final and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 24 Aug 2019, 9:42am
Anya Taylor-Joy interview: ‘I didn’t know what was character, and what was myself’ Premium
Ewan McGregor to reprise Obi-Wan Kenobi in new Star Wars series for Disney
ByTelegraph Reporters 24 Aug 2019, 3:44am
Ewan McGregor has shown little but contempt for Star Wars – why would he want to play Obi-Wan Kenobi again? Premium
What’s on TV tonight: Prince Albert: A Victorian Hero Revealed, the Challenge Cup final and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 24 Aug 2019, 9:42am
Mindhunter star Jonathan Groff: ‘One day I’m sitting with Charles Manson, the next I’m singing Disney songs’
TV's teen trauma template: why 13 Reasons Why owes everything to My So-Called Life Premium
Red Right Hand: how Nick Cave's song gave Peaky Blinders its sinful, villainous heart Premium
Peaky Blinders returns: the story so far - and everything you need to know before series 5 starts Premium
Why doesn’t television believe in its audience’s intelligence any more? Premium
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, review: the puppetry is exquisite, but goodness there's a lot going on
Brassic review: an X-rated Last of the Summer Wine
From grime stars Stormzy and Wiley to Princess Beatrice: how Ed Sheeran became the best-connected man in pop Premium
An odd performance of Bruckner by the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, plus the rest of August’s best classical concerts reviewed Premium
JARV IS review, Leith Theatre, Edinburgh International Festival: rock grandeur and kitchen-sink humour from the one and only Jarvis Cocker 
Vintage guitars, sneezing sheep and artificial intelligence: How the shifting soundtrack of Red Dead Redemption 2 was built
Secret of Charles Dickens's dramatic public readings all in his book annotations
Man-eating, drug-taking, scandal-making: The It Girl through the ages Premium
Is witchcraft really on the rise? Premium
ByRobert Leigh-Pemberton 24 Aug 2019, 12:00pm
American literature’s future is female Premium
The Volunteer by Jack Fairweather, review: the man who chose to enter Auschwitz Premium
The Last Whalers by Doug Bock Clark, review: a rich account of a small tribe swamped by modern technology Premium
Best comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019: reviews of 40 of this year’s must see-comedians, including Jordan Brookes, Catherine Cohen and Laura Lexx Premium
Mindhunter star Jonathan Groff: ‘One day I’m sitting with Charles Manson, the next I’m singing Disney songs’
Appropriate review, Donmar Warehouse: a lacerating portrait of a family with skeletons in the closet
Best theatre at Edinburgh Fringe 2019: reviews of 20 must see-shows including Phoenix, Like Animals, and The Shark Is Broken Premium
Lindsay Duncan interview: ‘I don’t think theatre should be preachy’ Premium
The Doctor, Almeida, review: Juliet Stevenson triumphs in this swansong from Britain's best director Premium
Breaking the Waves, Edinburgh International Festival review: prurient, maudlin and creepily distasteful Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 22 Aug 2019, 1:53pm
50 best things to see at the Fringe and Edinburgh International Festival – from art to books and ballet
ByTelegraph Reporters 16 Aug 2019, 2:10pm
Eugene Onegin, Edinburgh International Festival, review: an unforgettable staging Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 16 Aug 2019, 11:55am
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José Ortiz Echagüe’s photographs demand a second look Premium
How to take the perfect cat photo – according to the man who took 90,000 Premium
Europe revisited: how an unseen trove of photographs cast the interwar years in a new light Premium
In an era of Photoshop, unfiltered images of long-dead strangers carry an indefinable magic Premium
Bauhaus Rules with Vic Reeves, review: this tin foil party was a playful paean to Bauhaus
British Museum to open new £64 million research centre
ByTelegraph Reporters 20 Aug 2019, 10:40am
National Gallery to launch 'immersive Leonardo Da Vinci experience' as they unveil hidden sketch and fingerprints
Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, review: profoundly intimate and universally human
What’s on TV tonight: Prince Albert: A Victorian Hero Revealed, the Challenge Cup final and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 24 Aug 2019, 9:42am
Mindhunter star Jonathan Groff: ‘One day I’m sitting with Charles Manson, the next I’m singing Disney songs’
Ewan McGregor has shown little but contempt for Star Wars – why would he want to play Obi-Wan Kenobi again? Premium
TV's teen trauma template: why 13 Reasons Why owes everything to My So-Called Life Premium
Jordan Brookes’s Edinburgh win is a triumph for weird fringe comedy Premium
Tristram Fane Saunders 24 Aug 2019, 2:13pm
Jordan Brookes and Catherine Cohen win Edinburgh Comedy Awards
ByTelegraph Reporters 24 Aug 2019, 12:21pm
Best comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019: reviews of 40 of this year’s must see-comedians, including Jordan Brookes, Catherine Cohen and Laura Lexx Premium
The art of turning appalling misery into sparkling comedy at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Premium
What’s on TV tonight: Prince Albert: A Victorian Hero Revealed, the Challenge Cup final and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 24 Aug 2019, 9:42am
From Peep Show to Proust: Paterson Joseph on why now’s a great time for ethnic minority actors Premium
Boycotting Radio 4's Today programme is unjust for democracy Premium
Lauren Laverne: out of her depth on a Desert Island? Premium
50 best things to see at the Fringe and Edinburgh International Festival – from art to books and ballet
ByTelegraph Reporters 16 Aug 2019, 2:10pm
Don Quixote, Bolshoi, Covent Garden, review: an enjoyable soufflé that doesn't quite rise Premium
Strictly Come Dancing contestants 2019: the full confirmed line-up 14 Aug 2019, 11:27am
Matthew Bourne’s Romeo + Juliet, Sadler’s Wells, review: one of Bourne’s smartest, sexiest, most stirring shows ever Premium
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Daily Mail
25/08/2019 10:46:27 PM
We've all become soft and lost the old-world skills: Bear Grylls has to travel 40 minutes on a boat then walk a mile just to buy a loaf of bread. No wonder he thinks it's time we all toughened up
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Is this the new Bodyguard? Holliday Grainger says her ice-cool detective in TV's latest nail-biting drama The Capture will have the nation gripped
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FILM REVIEWS: Borderline ridiculous but fun too: The climatic shootout goes on seemingly for ever but Angel Has Fallen starring Gerard Butler is the best so far   
1 share Angel Has Fallen review: Borderline ridiculous but fun too
CLASSICAL REVIEWS: A motley collection but at least they tried... Warner Classics issues a 30-CD box of Offenbach operettas for the 200th anniversary of his birth  
1 share Offenbach: The Operas & Operettas review: A motley collection
Actress Leanne Best: Uncle Pete was a Beatle, so Hollywood stars don't faze me
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POP REVIEWS: Somewhere inside this muddle, a good gig is trying to get out: The sound is murky and Ariana Grande's beautiful voice is the only thing that rings out
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THEATRE REVIEWS: The ever-compelling Juliet Stevenson's scrupulous performance holds it all together in The Doctor at the Almeida Theatre 
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DEBORAH ROSS: Oi, Poldark! Listen to Kathy, you berk
PIERS MORGAN: 'John put me on Apprentice,' I told Trump. 'Then John's very smart!' he chuckled
CRAIG BROWN: Why do we have a soft spot for fakers? Because we love clever clogs getting egg on their faces
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ART REVIEWS: It has often been argued that the romantic vision we have of Scotland is based on myth, not reality... This new exhibition tries to get to the truth
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7 Unmissable Events: From Little Mix at Fusion Festival to The Great British Bake Off and Pain & Glory, Event picks the top things to see this week 
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Flavour fit for a Malaysian king
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These unsung steals of Sauvignon Blanc are both graceful and charming
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Play music on your phone through your bedside lamp!
1 share ROB WAUGH: A bedside lamp that doubles as a speaker
'John put me on Apprentice,' I told Trump. 'Then John's very smart!' he chuckled
8 shares Piers Morgan remembers his manager and friend John Ferriter
Praise be! How Songs Of Praise, a national treasure since 1961, got an all-singing 21st century makeover
230 shares The stars of Songs Of Praise reveal how they rebooted the show
25 shares Is the new series of Peaky Blinders the best yet?
With millions of Brits already tuning in, now's the time to join the podcast revolution. Start with these
296 shares 100 utterly addictive podcasts you must hear
Middle-aged women have the right to lie, to sex - and to spectacularly mess up... So says Apple Tree Yard author Louise Doughty, whose female protagonist had us gripped doing exactly that
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41 shares Will Young on fame, PTSD and homophobia
Independent
25/08/2019 10:47:07 PM
Theatre & dance
Beth Ditto: ‘Taylor Swift’s gay anthem?… Thanks, straight white girl…’
Taylor Swift's album tracks – ranked
On Lover, Taylor Swift is an artist excited to be earnest again
On Lover, Taylor Swift is an artist excited to be earnest again
The 20 scariest movie monsters of all time
The fightback against male domination of serious literature is on
Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019: Purposeless Movements review
Smaller venues take centre stage at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh Fringe 2019 review round-up: Beatboxing and baby boomers
Edinburgh Fringe Festival: The Afflicted and Everything I Do review
How ‘Manhattan’ anticipated Woody Allen’s behaviour
Angel Has Fallen review: A loud, ultra-violent, ugly-looking film
Lola Kirke interview: ‘All-guy bands shouldn’t even exist in 2019’
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, review: Stays true to the books
Juliet Stevenson is magnificent in new provocative play The Doctor
Crawl review: Both too stupid and not stupid enough
Why a book about witch trials feels weirdly relevant today
Ariana Grande at O2 Arena: One of the year’s most rousing pop shows
Everything to remember about Peaky Blinders ahead of the new series
Taylor Swift says she ‘wasn’t educated enough to talk about politics’
Taylor Swift says Donald Trump 'gaslighting the American public'
Why Jennifer Aniston almost left Friends during the first season
Sculpture deemed ‘worthless’ by BBC’s Fake or Fortune sells for £500k
Hilary Duff will play Lizzie McGuire in a new reboot for Disney+
Gwendoline Christie reveals which GOT moment left her 'angry'
Stan Lee's daughter hits out at Marvel over Spider-Man split
35 great films that bombed at the box office
34 actors who regret big roles
Why the Spider-Man controversy at Sony could destroy the MCU
Tom Holland breaks silence after Spider-Man 'dropped' from MCU
Better Call Saul star reveals 'secret' about Breaking Bad film
Miley Cyrus 'fired from Hotel Transylvania over penis cake photo'
Quentin Tarantino reveals who Tim Roth played in OUATIH
She-Hulk TV series accused of ‘pandering to the left’
Here’s everything that happened at Disney’s D23 expo
Queer Eye star deletes his Twitter after defending Sean Spicer
Louis Theroux says he's still 'haunted' by Jimmy Savile experience
Karamo Brown sparks backlash after defending Sean Spicer
Slipknot: ‘Gun culture in America is a cult’
Slipknot capture a universal feeling of rage on We Are Not Your Kind
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
How the guitar died again, and again... but not really
Bon Iver review, i,i: Immersive lullabies that crackle with nostalgia
Calypso Rose interview: ‘I am here to tell women, don’t be afraid’
How landfill indie swallowed guitar music in the mid-Noughties
Self-published author sells 50,000 books after winning literary prize
A love letter to punctuation’s cool girl: The em dash
The Japanese writer inspired by the wisdom of Anne Frank
Edinburgh Fringe Festival, review: Hard to Be Soft: A Belfast Prayer
Edinburgh Fringe Festival urged to tackle sexual harassment issue

Guardian
25/08/2019 10:47:09 PM
Portishead Dummy wasn’t a chillout album. Portishead had more in common with Nirvana
Dummy wasn’t a chillout album. Portishead had more in common with Nirvana
Sam Taylor-Johnson I’ve lost people very dear to me through addiction
I’ve lost people very dear to me through addiction
Bird-watching with Paul Kelly Magpies are the sound I remember most
Magpies are the sound I remember most
Illustration Behind the scenes of Karl Lagerfeld’s last show for Chanel
Behind the scenes of Karl Lagerfeld’s last show for Chanel
‘A steampunk fever dream’ Why Carnival Row is not the new Game of Thrones
Why Carnival Row is not the new Game of Thrones
The philosophical crime writer You must have empathy, even for the worst criminals
You must have empathy, even for the worst criminals
Book clinic How can I restore my love of literature?
How can I restore my love of literature?
James Acaster Adulthood is still a bit daunting
Adulthood is still a bit daunting
Jordan Brookes is disturbingly funny – and a worthy awards champ
Jordan Brookes is disturbingly funny – and a worthy awards champ
Our top tips The shows we recommend
The shows we recommend
Demi Lardner An explosion of animated oddities
An explosion of animated oddities
Tarot Anarchic sketch trio play their cards right
Anarchic sketch trio play their cards right
Darren Harriott Confessions of a kiss-chase failure
Confessions of a kiss-chase failure
Television Telegraph columnist derided for saying Olivia Colman has 'leftwing face'
Telegraph columnist derided for saying Olivia Colman has 'leftwing face'
Notting Hill carnival Street festival can unite divided country, organisers say
Street festival can unite divided country, organisers say