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Telegraph
14/12/2019 11:46:56 AM
Just what the doctor ordered: Adam Kay explores the Science Museum’s new medical galleries Premium
Patti Smith interview: 'My ambition is to write a great, great book' Premium
ByTristram Fane Saunders
It's time for women on TV to take a stand – and end this make-up madness Premium
Victoria Coren Mitchell
The other William Wordsworth that the world forgot Premium
Why do modern celebrities think we want them to preach at us? Premium
Remembrance Day poems: 10 poems for the fallen Premium
What’s on TV tonight: Britain’s Child Drug Runners, Why Dad Killed Mum, The Jackal, and more
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Frozen 2 review: Elsa and Anna tackle colonialism in Disney's resonant, rafter-shaking sequel
Derek Jarman, PROTEST!, Irish Museum of Modern Art, review: a radiant tribute to a persecuted life 
Leonard Cohen: Thanks for the Dance, review – the life-enhancing final thoughts of a lyrical master Premium
The Report review: Adam Driver takes on the CIA in a workmanlike waterboarding drama
Vampire Weekend, Alexandra Palace, review: the end of the world has never sounded so nice
ByTristram Fane Saunders 14 Nov 2019, 12:57pm
Music for Youth Proms, Royal Albert Hall, review: sheer joy Premium
The 100 best Christmas songs of all time  Premium
Leonard Cohen: Thanks for the Dance, review – the life-enhancing final thoughts of a lyrical master Premium
Love Frozen? Here are 15 movies to watch next Premium
Music for Youth Proms, Royal Albert Hall, review: sheer joy Premium
La belle Hélène, New Sussex Opera, review: this is the way to treat Offenbach Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 14 Nov 2019, 11:23am
The 100 best Christmas songs of all time  Premium
Piggyback riders: Funny photos of lazy hitchhiking animals
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 contestants: who is left in the competition and who has been eliminated so far?
Frozen 2 review: Elsa and Anna tackle colonialism in Disney's resonant, rafter-shaking sequel
Sterling K Brown interview: 'Frozen was pretty white the first time around'  Premium
Derek Jarman, PROTEST!, Irish Museum of Modern Art, review: a radiant tribute to a persecuted life 
The Brummie who beat Ferrari: the very fast, too short life Le Mans hero Ken Miles Premium
Love Frozen? Here are 15 movies to watch next Premium
The Report review: Adam Driver takes on the CIA in a workmanlike waterboarding drama
The Accident, episode 3 review: 'bafflingly bad Very Important TV'
I’m a Celebrity 2019 contestants: the confirmed line-up for the jungle this year
ByTelegraph Reporters 14 Nov 2019, 6:23pm
Sterling K Brown interview: 'Frozen was pretty white the first time around'  Premium
The monster behind The Witcher: how a grumpy Pole created Netflix's Game Of Thrones killer Premium
The Mandalorian, Disney+, episode 1 review: Star Wars meets Sergio Leone in a gritty, ridiculously fun scene-setter Premium
Britain’s Child Drug Runners, review: this documentary should be required viewing in every school
Martians, mosques and death in suburbia: The War of the Worlds and the invasion of Surrey Premium
Buckle up, Hollywood hypocrites: the glorious history of Ricky Gervais's Golden Globes insults Premium
The 100 best Christmas songs of all time  Premium
The best two man tents
Leonard Cohen: Thanks for the Dance, review – the life-enhancing final thoughts of a lyrical master Premium
Vampire Weekend, Alexandra Palace, review: the end of the world has never sounded so nice
ByTristram Fane Saunders 14 Nov 2019, 12:57pm
The monster behind The Witcher: how a grumpy Pole created Netflix's Game Of Thrones killer Premium
Martians, mosques and death in suburbia: The War of the Worlds and the invasion of Surrey Premium
Philip Pullman's problem with Susan Pevensie: did CS Lewis betray the Queen of Narnia? Premium
Remembrance Day poems: 10 poems for the fallen Premium
The 43 best children’s books and YA novels of 2019 so far
The meaning behind the Daemons in His Dark Materials explained Premium
Will technology change how we watch theatre in the future? Premium
Mary Poppins review, Prince Edward Theatre: the medicinal sugar-rush we all desperately need Premium
Crisis? What Crisis? Colab Factory London, review: a brilliant way to immerse yourself in the Winter of Discontent Premium
Cinderella review, Theatre Royal, Newcastle: overlook the tacky sets and you may well have a ball
Don’t axe West Side Story’s prettiest ditty Premium
Gold Digger star Jemima Rooper: ‘Weinstein wanted me in a miniskirt and high heels’ Premium
La belle Hélène, New Sussex Opera, review: this is the way to treat Offenbach Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 14 Nov 2019, 11:23am
Festive 50: the best Christmas shows for all the family, from plays to panto, carols to comedy  Premium
ByTelegraph Reporters 10 Nov 2019, 11:00am
Leonardo, V&A Museum, review: sluggish, worthy and dull Premium
ByRupert Christiansen 9 Nov 2019, 9:32am
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Piggyback riders: Funny photos of lazy hitchhiking animals 13 Nov 2019, 1:49pm
Hug a polar bear? The bizarre craze that swept interwar Germany Premium
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
Derek Jarman, PROTEST!, Irish Museum of Modern Art, review: a radiant tribute to a persecuted life 
Artists reveal the unvarnished truth of motherhood, from pregnancy tests to the mess of childbirth Premium
British figurative painter and royal favourite Diarmuid Kelley takes America by storm Premium
Now valued at $8m: only Warhol could make the 'Big Electric Chair' appealing to collectors  Premium
Sterling K Brown interview: 'Frozen was pretty white the first time around'  Premium
The monster behind The Witcher: how a grumpy Pole created Netflix's Game Of Thrones killer Premium
The Report review: Adam Driver takes on the CIA in a workmanlike waterboarding drama
Marriage Story review: Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver do the splits in a hilarious screwball Kramer vs. Kramer
Josie Long: Tender, Soho Theatre, review: in mourning for Motherland? Then this is the show for you
ByTristram Fane Saunders 13 Nov 2019, 12:36pm
Festive 50: the best Christmas shows for all the family, from plays to panto, carols to comedy  Premium
ByTelegraph Reporters 10 Nov 2019, 11:00am
Tim Minchin, Eventim Apollo, review: the entertaining return of the Rock’n’Roll Nerd
ByTristram Fane Saunders 9 Nov 2019, 1:39pm
Stewart Lee, Snowflake/Tornado, review: Sharknado meets Alan Bennett in a virtuoso show
ByTristram Fane Saunders 8 Nov 2019, 12:56pm
What’s on TV tonight: Britain’s Child Drug Runners, Why Dad Killed Mum, The Jackal, and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 13 Nov 2019, 7:25am
The week in radio - Victorian values brought up to date by The Pallisers Premium
For real chills, nothing is scarier than radio Premium
Little Britain Brexit Special, Radio 4, review: warm nostalgia saved this divisive show Premium
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 contestants: who is left in the competition and who has been eliminated so far? 11 Nov 2019, 4:05pm
Who will win Strictly Come Dancing 2019? Predict the winner
ByTelegraph Reporters 11 Nov 2019, 3:43pm
Strictly Come Dancing 2019, week 8 results live: Mike Bushell knocked out after dance-off defeat to Michelle Visage Premium
Strictly a case of foot-in-mouth: Motsi and Claudia stir the pot, but why so many celebrity tears? Premium
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Daily Mail
06/12/2019 05:46:27 AM
Bob Dylan helped me get to No 1... Jack Savoretti on how he went from singing to four skinheads in a dingy pub to collaborating with his hero
120 shares How being 'angry and insane' kept Jack Savoretti going
The internet will send us back to the Dark Ages
4 shares Robert Harris on how future societies will view the way we live now
FILM REVIEWS: Knives Out passes an evening gently amusingly: Daniel Craig is decent enough and the classy Michael Shannon is always watchable
2 shares Knives Out review: Passes an evening gently amusingly
CLASSICAL REVIEWS: It's remarkable how good Death In Venice is... The orchestrations are totally memorable with some extraordinary writing for the strings
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FICTION REVIEWS: Jane Rogers' 'gripping' Body Tourists, a passionate novel from Rose Ruane and Delayed Rays Of A Star by Amanda Lee Koe, this week's best new fiction
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With Martin Scorsese's latest epic clocking in at over three hours, Event's film critic answers the question on every movie-goer's lips... Why are films so bum-numbingly long?
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POP REVIEWS: The Who's album will make a decent Christmas present for the grumpy old man in your life... But it may give him one more thing to moan about 
44 shares The Who's album review: It will make a decent Christmas present
THEATRE REVIEWS: Watching My Brilliant Friend at the Olivier stage, National Theatre is a bit like driving a hire car in Naples... It's an exhilarating adrenaline rush 
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NON-FICTION REVIEWS: Don't Be Evil by Rana Foroohar is an insightful and powerfully argued investigation into the murky world of 'Big Tech' and its impact on our lives
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DEBORAH ROSS: Why Daffodil the cow will haunt me to my dying day  
PIERS MORGAN: Sir Ian McKellen peered at me like I was Gollum without the brains  
CRAIG BROWN: Gush galore from the odious toady
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7 Events: From Michael Bublé's tour to The Ocean At The End Of The Lane on stage & new film Ordinary Love, Event picks the top things to do this week
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ART REVIEWS: George Stubbs didn't just paint his creatures with accuracy, he did so with compassion... Anyone who visits this exhibition will surely enjoy the ride 
4 shares George Stubbs review: Anyone who visits will surely enjoy the ride 
3 shares How Rylan Clark-Neal stopped trying to please everyone
Irish magic - and not a leprechaun in sight
1 share TOM PARKER BOWLES: Classic Irish food without the clichés
Christmas parties need quality fizz and our critic has you covered
22 shares OLLY SMITH: It's Christmas! Time for the fizz...
Orbitsound's Airsound One P70WV2 is loaded with technology in the manner of a burger with all the extras
1 share ROB WAUGH: Pleasingly rounded sounds from the Orbitsound Airsound One
Sir Ian McKellen peered at me like I was Gollum without the brains
33 shares PIERS MORGAN: Sir Ian McKellen does not suffer fools
245 shares Olly Smith's guide on how to become a wine expert
Andre Rieu is already a star - now he's shooting for the Moon! On Earth, he's the King of the Waltz, with his own castle and personal orchestra. Now the Dutchman wants to perform in space
1.7k shares Conductor and violinist André Rieu shoots for the stars
In my head I sound ten times better than Michael Bublé ...Football pundit Chris Kamara on his unlikely new goal: a Christmas hit
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The doctor will tickle you now ...The diaries Adam Kay kept as a stressed doctor have made him a comedy star - with a very serious message
4 shares Adam Kay's tales of working Christmas Day as a doctor  
ART REVIEWS: The largest Tutankhamun exhibition staged outside Egypt at the Saatchi Gallery is deeply evocative and beautifully curated 
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Independent
06/12/2019 05:47:02 AM
Theatre & dance
The 30 best TV shows of the decade
How bedroom pop became the dominant sound of Gen-Y angst
Five of the biggest books released this month
Kevin Smith: ‘I got a call from Harvey Weinstein a week before #MeToo’
Music Box sessions – Irish pop-rock band Picture This
War of the Worlds is too patronising to be an anti-colonialist tale
Joe Pesci’s new jazz album is surreal yet sweet – review
Rian Johnson’s whodunit Knives Out is an ingeniously constructed film
The Royal Ballet’s Coppélia is a splendid alternative tale of dancing
The Boy in the Dress is a wonderfully warm-hearted and well-cast show
17 times films had ridiculous age gaps between their cast
Why 2019 has been the year of stars apologising for bad movies
How to find your most played songs and artists of the year on Spotify
Martin Scorsese begs viewers not to watch The Irishman on their phone
Alanis Morissette announces tour and first new music in eight years
Ruth Jones refuses to rule out more Gavin and Stacey episodes
New photo suggests a baby Prince William will appear on The Crown
Bad Sex in Fiction Award goes to two writers in unprecedented decision
Howard Stern blasts Simon Cowell over America's Got Talent controversy
Fans spot 'mistake' in episode four of The Mandalorian
The true crime story behind The Irishman
The 25 best original films to watch on Netflix
Geoffrey Macnab Films like The Souvenir show that critical taste is not the public's
Leonardo DiCaprio responds to Bolsonaro's false Amazon fire accusation
Netflix sparks controversy after removing The Grinch on 1 December
Excruciating Ellen interview with Dakota Johnson goes viral
No Time to Die teaser gives first look at next Bond film
Gavin and Stacey star shuts down reporter who asks about Corden feud
Gavin and Stacey star reveals rocks were thrown at cast in Wales
The Doctor Who series 12 release date has finally been revealed
Kid Rock speaks out after bizarre on-stage rant about Oprah
Will & Grace star Shelley Morrison dies aged 83
The Witcher 'makes Game of Thrones' fight scenes look awful'
The 50 best albums of the decade
LA singer Charlotte Lawrence stars in Music Box series six
Rapper Duckwrth launches Music Box season 6 with his single ‘Crush’
Lewis Capaldi stars in final Music Box episode of season 5
SebastiAn: ‘Kanye is what happens when you love yourself too much’
How Dolly Parton is captivating a whole new generation of fans
Coldplay put on an uplifting show at the Natural History Museum
Taylor Swift's row with Big Machine is about more than the music
Philip Pullman compares Boris Johnson to a parasitic worm
Acclaimed author, TV host and poet Clive James dies, aged 80
'Banksy of poetry' nominated for Costa Book Award
First ever Marvel comic sells for record $1.26m at auction
My Brilliant Friend review: A lively, generous tale
Theatre director and writer Jonathan Miller dies, aged 85
Now Hear This: Koffee, Arlo Parks, The Weeknd and Lilla Vargen
Elton John shouts and swears at bouncers removing woman from show
Pearl Jam to headline BST festival Hyde Park 2020 – how to get tickets
Angry fans ‘set Evanescence’s stage equipment on fire’
Alex Scott eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing
Maisie Williams left red-faced over 'horrible' Game of Thrones video
Avatar 2 'sneak peek' released

Guardian
14/12/2019 11:46:58 AM
Alan Alda 'It's amazing that most of us live as if we're not gonna die'
'It's amazing that most of us live as if we're not gonna die'
Frozen II review A charming return but the thaw's setting in
A charming return but the thaw's setting in
Lost in showbiz Friends reunited: The one where they try to get along again
Friends reunited: The one where they try to get along again
Review Nan Goldin – Gut-wrenching, brilliant and beautiful. I cannot turn away
Nan Goldin – Gut-wrenching, brilliant and beautiful. I cannot turn away
Alexis Petridis's album of the week Céline Dion: Courage – pushing on to a place beyond cool
Céline Dion: Courage – pushing on to a place beyond cool
Desert ski slopes and outdoor aircon Can the scorching emirates really go green?
Can the scorching emirates really go green?
Ranked! Fists of fear: severed hands in films
Fists of fear: severed hands in films
'Awful and fabulous' The madness of Flowers in the Attic
The madness of Flowers in the Attic
Heritage From Thebes to Nazi Germany: ancient vase returned to Greece
From Thebes to Nazi Germany: ancient vase returned to Greece
Art theft Police foil attempt to steal Rembrandt works from exhibition
Police foil attempt to steal Rembrandt works from exhibition
Poetry Baudelaire’s unknown extra verse to erotic poem revealed
Baudelaire’s unknown extra verse to erotic poem revealed
Exhibitions George IV exhibition to show redeemable side to 'exuberant king'
George IV exhibition to show redeemable side to 'exuberant king'
Film Disney+ attaches warnings of 'outdated cultural depictions' to classic films
Disney+ attaches warnings of 'outdated cultural depictions' to classic films
Books Rushdie and Atwood join calls to restore citizenship to critic of Modi
Rushdie and Atwood join calls to restore citizenship to critic of Modi
Art and design MoMA boss tops art power list after gallery's relaunch
MoMA boss tops art power list after gallery's relaunch