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Radio 4 controller Mohit Bakaya: ‘People say we’re woke – the truth is we’re a mirror for Britain’ It may be haemorrhaging listeners and the odd veteran presenter but the BBC stations boss says a varied output is needed more than ever
With Raye’s record Brits success, the music industry is gorging itself on humble pie The star is getting the recognition she deserves, but this years awards show how neglectful the business is of homegrown talent
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From Fremen to spice: Everything you need to know before watching Dune: Part Two
Frank Herbert’s magic mushrooms and the psychedelic science behind Dune
A new space race has begun – if we don’t act now, it could trigger a war worse than WWII The Moon has become the new Wild West and history warns that the scramble for profit and power cannot end well
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Brit Awards 2024: Raye wins a record six awards including Artist of the Year
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Brit Awards 2024: Raye wins a record six awards including Artist of the Year
With Raye’s record Brits success, the music industry is gorging itself on humble pie The star is getting the recognition she deserves, but this years awards show how neglectful the business is of homegrown talent
Brit Awards 2024: Full winners list as Raye, Dua Lipa and Kylie triumph Londoner Raye won six awards, while Kylie Minogue was honoured as a Global Icon
I went to the Middle East’s most pro-British country – what I found took me by surprise The region is far more than a conflict zone, as a visit to the ancient treasures of Bahrain proved
A new space race has begun – if we don’t act now, it could trigger a war worse than WWII The Moon has become the new Wild West and history warns that the scramble for profit and power cannot end well
The great writer who has spent 50 years warning us that love can kill Helen Garner is one of the greatest living writers Down Under. At last her brooding, sensual, smartly-written books have reached the UK
A beautiful Australian novel that stares mortality in the face
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Daily Mail
03/03/2024 11:29:22 PM
FILM: You can't always bring old fossils back to life - and here's the proof... Jurassic World: Dominion lacks any sense of jeopardy or emotional heart
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FICTION: From a haunting novel by Phil Rickman to This Time Tomorrow from Emma Straub and Geraldine Brooks's latest, this week's best new fiction
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NON-FICTION: On the run: Susan Jonusas's grisly crime saga on America's first serial killers, The Bloody Benders, is refreshing but lacks any big reveals
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MUSIC: Beatlemania? No, it's Billiemania! Billie Eilish sends fans wild as part-boss, part-life coach and all round pop star at Manchester's AO Arena
48 shares Billie Eilish review: Beatlemania? No, it's Billiemania!
THEATRE: Cool Britannia? The satirical Tony! The Tony Blair Rock Opera at Park Theatre is a raucous New Labour spoof that's not afraid of a cheap laugh
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CLASSICAL: Just magical! From spellbinding choreography to enchanting sets and splendid singing, Orfeo at Garsington Opera is a special evening indeed
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MUSIC: Satisfaction? It's guaranteed! The Rolling Stones have still got it as the band embarks on their 60th anniversary tour in Madrid
8 shares The Rolling Stones review: Satisfaction? It's guaranteed!
THEATRE: Amy Adams is more fusty matron than faded magnolia as she makes her stage debut in the stodgy The Glass Menagerie at Duke of York's
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DEBORAH ROSS: Keeley's drama is sooo slow I just had to switch off... sharpish
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CRAIG BROWN: How a bereft son turned his grief into an art form: William Leith's reflections on the chasm between him and his dying father are not macabre but rather darkly comic and exhilarating
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FILM: Jessie Buckley is a joy in folk-horror Men, but I can't shake the feeling it's made for laughs and Harry Enfield's comedy character is rather distracting
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Independent
03/03/2024 11:29:33 PM
Raye’s Brits triumph may be the start of a sea change in popular music
Paul Dano on superhero fatigue and Daniel Day-Lewis: ‘If I could only play dorky guys with glasses, I wouldn’t want to be an actor’
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