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Telegraph
19/09/2020 06:46:29 PM
The Booker Prize has abandoned Britain By throwing out all but one British writer from the shortlist, the judges have ignored the main purpose of the award
A pound for every listener lost? The BBC has given Zoe Ball a whopping raise for failing
Rob Halford interview: ‘The Queen asked me why heavy metal is so loud’
Who killed Jimi Hendrix? Why the conspiracy theories won’t die
Criminal, series 2 review: Kit Harington's accused rapist is the stand out of Netflix's stagey drama
I dared to reveal a JK Rowling plot detail – then all hell broke loose The Telegraphs review of Troubled Blood stands accused of starting a hatefest based on false assumptions. Not true, explains its author
Disagree with JK Rowling all you want – you have no right to wish her dead for telling stories The new moralists of today want to constrain what we can imagine, think and feel. Such illiberalism must be stopped
Man-hating may seem predictable now – but only a weak society panics at free speech This weeks furore in France shows that hate shouldn't be made a crime, and that dramatic arguments are key to a lively, free society
Ian Buruma interview: ‘Cancel culture won’t last – there will be a rebellion’ The author and academic talks about the Left's bigotry, Boris's Churchillian traits, and being fired by the Twitter mob
I dared to reveal a JK Rowling plot detail – then all hell broke loose The Telegraphs review of Troubled Blood stands accused of starting a hatefest based on false assumptions. Not true, explains its author
Here’s how the BBC can avoid Proms disaster next year This years Proms suffered plenty of bad luck, and added some unwise choices. 2021 can restore the reputation of the august event
Channel 4 is risking another bland Bake Off with this cookie cutter line-up Last year's forgettable series proved that nanas and young pups make the most memorable bakers. Why haven't lessons been learned?
Disagree with JK Rowling all you want – you have no right to wish her dead for telling stories The new moralists of today want to constrain what we can imagine, think and feel. Such illiberalism must be stopped
Lovers Rock review: is British film on the brink of rediscovering its libido?
Thelonious Monk, Palo Alto, review: worth half-a-century's wait
Liodentra, Mani, Greece: villa review
Cecily Brown review, Blenheim Palace: Death comes to call in this prophetic epic
Rocks review: a wildly charming celebration of teen potential
Agent Sonya by Ben Macintyre, review: Russia’s master spy – in Marigolds
Satanists or superstars? Fifty years on, how Black Sabbath's Paranoid sparked worldwide moral panic
Who killed Jimi Hendrix? Why the conspiracy theories won’t die
Rock's drugged-up puppet master: how William S Burroughs transformed music
‘God would dig me like crazy’: how Marc Bolan spun out of control
If your twin passions are gardening and music, this is the radio show for you
When the metal army stormed Castle Donington: the noisy, incendiary birth of Monsters of Rock
What’s on TV tonight: Brian Johnson meets Dave Grohl, I Hate Suzie, The Last Word and more Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
The codpiece that killed Dune: how David Lynch's sci-fi flop made Sting a laughing stock
Jessica Krug, the movie: inside the liberal Hollywood racial nightmare of Soul Man
The Mulan II misfire: inside the dismal straight-to-video sequel Disney would rather forget
The lies that built The Bridge on the River Kwai
The most savage western ever made: why America wasn't ready for Soldier Blue
The Poltergeist puzzle: who really directed it, and the truth about that ‘curse’
Saving Lives at Sea, review: nail-biting rescues show us how lucky we are to have the RNLI
Why does the BBC pay Alan Shearer more than Mary Berry? Blame Richard Dimbleby
Great British Bake Off 2020 contestants: meet the confirmed line-up for the new series
ByTelegraph Reporters 17 Sep 2020, 11:22am
Last night’s TV: what Telegraph reviewers made of Lost at Sea: My Dad’s Last Journey and Criminal
Lovers Rock review: is British film on the brink of rediscovering its libido?
Rocks review: a wildly charming celebration of teen potential
Hollywood hero or terrorist? The mysterious manager of Hotel Rwanda
What’s on TV tonight: Brian Johnson meets Dave Grohl, I Hate Suzie, The Last Word and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 17 Sep 2020, 7:43am
I dared to reveal a JK Rowling plot detail – then all hell broke loose The Telegraphs review of Troubled Blood stands accused of starting a hatefest based on false assumptions. Not true, explains its author
Agent Sonya by Ben Macintyre, review: Russia’s master spy – in Marigolds
Largest ever book deal for children's novel about bloodthirsty unicorns Annabel Steadman's fantasy series Skandar and the Unicorn Thief won a seven-figure contract
Tomorrow Will Be a Good Day by Captain Tom Moore, review: the wonderful and instructive life story of our NHS hero
Cecily Brown review, Blenheim Palace: Death comes to call in this prophetic epic
Plymouth’s ‘Mayflower 400’ festival sounds like 21st-century revisionist ‘history’
Battle of Britain, IWM Duxford review: a spine-tingling tribute to the valour of The Few
Tim Davie must tackle BBC 'hate speech', says Tory mayoral candidate
Russell Brand: Brandemic, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, review: the comic seer's mumbo-jumbo works like a charm
Andy Zaltzman interview: 'Impartiality is a difficult thing in comedy'
Thelonious Monk, Palo Alto, review: worth half-a-century's wait
Satanists or superstars? Fifty years on, how Black Sabbath's Paranoid sparked worldwide moral panic
Here’s how the BBC can avoid Proms disaster next year
Private Peaceful, Barn Theatre, Cirencester, review: a poignant, gender-flipped reminder of far harsher times
Private Lives, Lockdown Theatre, review: proof that Emma Thompson needs to do more theatre
The theatre that refused to let Covid win
Ghosts and the Rule of Six: the opera stars making music in a haunted house 
A Feast in the Time of Plague, Grange Park, review: fantasy Last Supper with lots to get your teeth into
Fidelio, Garsington Opera: a heart-warming model of how to stage covid-safe opera
Why does the BBC pay Alan Shearer more than Mary Berry? Blame Richard Dimbleby
Why has the BBC chosen to handicap its own radio specialists?
A pound for every listener lost? The BBC has given Zoe Ball a whopping raise for failing Advertisement
Ghosts and the Rule of Six: the opera stars making music in a haunted house  Rupert Christiansen reports from the set of a new film of Benjamin Britten's 'ghost opera' Owen Wingrave
ByRupert Christiansen 18 Sep 2020, 12:00am
Saving Lives at Sea, review: nail-biting rescues show us how lucky we are to have the RNLI
Lovers Rock review: is British film on the brink of rediscovering its libido?
Thelonious Monk, Palo Alto, review: worth half-a-century's wait
Satanists or superstars? Fifty years on, how Black Sabbath's Paranoid sparked worldwide moral panic When a nurse died by suicide with Paranoid found on her turntable, outrage ensued. And the darkness would stay with Black Sabbath for years
Cecily Brown review, Blenheim Palace: Death comes to call in this prophetic epic
Hollywood hero or terrorist? The mysterious manager of Hotel Rwanda Paul Rusesabinga was once played, by Don Cheadle, as a big-screen hero. But as MPs and diplomats explain, the truth in Rwanda is murky
Great British Bake Off 2020 contestants: meet the confirmed line-up for the new series Sculptor, baker, pantomime maker: a guide to who's who in the very first Covid-proof Bake Off tent
ByTelegraph Reporters 17 Sep 2020, 11:22am
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Daily Mail
19/09/2020 06:46:12 PM
It's ludicrous to say I can't write about a woman... Author Robert Harris blasts back at the woke warriors
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NON-FICTION REVIEWS: What makes Shots In The Dark such a surprisingly engaging read is that despite his pomposity, David Kynaston is not without self-deprecation 
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PODCASTS: From Alan Carr on Out With Suzi Ruffell to Hometown and podcasts from David Tennant and Jessie and Bebe Cave, this week's top podcasts
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THEATRE REVIEWS: Strictly fans may be disappointed there's not more hoofing but Sleepless at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre well deserves a visit  
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CRAIG BROWN: As moving as Kes... the tale of how troubled Charlie Gilmour was healed by a thieving magpie
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DEBORAH ROSS: Did ANY BBC documentary makers not go to Oxbridge? Everyone is always having a go at the BBC for one reason or another
PIERS MORGAN: Captain Tom asked for two Cokes, a bar of Dairy Milk... and six blondes My interview with Captain Tom
FILM REVIEWS: As a stage play with successful runs both in the UK and on Broadway under its belt, Hope Gap was clearly a winner... But as a film? Not so much
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Pure, not prissy: Indian at its best
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Raise your glass to '31 Days of German Riesling' - and with a bundle of offers available nationwide, this is the perfect time to taste for yourself 
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Despite the fact that we're now confined to the home with our mad toddlers, there is one upside: children these days have plenty of apps and games to keep us all occupied
1 share ROB WAUGH: Games that are ideal for the self-isolating parent
Captain Tom asked for two Cokes, a bar of Dairy Milk... and six blondes
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From Katherine Ryan's new sitcom, The Duchess, to Hugh Grant in A Very English Scandal and Cold Courage, the best on demand TV to watch this week
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From the joyous Beatles City to The Walkers Switch, the contemplative The Bomb and Queen Mary History Of Emotions, this week's top podcasts
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3 shares CRAIG BROWN: Lucian Freud was cruel, controlling and beguiling
FICTION REVIEWS: From Lissa Evans' vivid tale to Blue Ticket by Sophie Mackintosh and an emotive story by Thomas Keneally, this week's best new fiction 
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NON-FICTION REVIEWS: Rob Temple's account is raw and honest, but Born To Be Mild reads like a series of blog pieces from the frontline of mental anguish
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Independent
19/09/2020 06:46:30 PM
The death of Jimi Hendrix: the unanswered questions
How Easy A redefined the Noughties teen film
How Kate Bush reinvented herself with Hounds of Love
Madonna is making her own biopic – and we should all be terrified
Yusuf/Cat Stevens’ new album makes you long for the original songs
The 20 most hated TV finales of all time, ranked
The Des finale left too many unanswered questions
The Devil All the Time is a muddled, eerie slice of mid-western Gothic
Rocks is the most authentic film about British teens in years
Bill & Ted Face the Music is gloriously uncool, unmodern and uncynical
How The Wicker Man changed the face of horror
Cynthia Nixon: ‘JK Rowling is denying trans people’s existence’
Demi Moore: ‘My life as I knew it kind of exploded’
James Norton: ‘My new film couldn’t be further from Bond’
Natalia Dyer: ‘The female orgasm is seen as surplus’
Paapa Essiedu: ‘At drama school, a teacher shouted the N-word at me'
Dave star GaTa: ‘I didn’t want people to know I’m bipolar'
Normal People’s Paul Mescal on mental health, sex scenes and love
Ofcom rejects 24,000 complaints about BGT Diversity performance
How to watch the 2020 Emmys live
Live art installation sees 220 masked volunteers strip down
Kanye West leaks Universal contracts during latest Twitter spree
Debut children’s author achieves record-breaking publishing deal
Ratched is a thoughtful and beguiling origin story
The 40 best films of the decade
The 50 best albums of the decade
The 30 best TV shows of the decade
The 40 best albums to listen to in lockdown
The 35 best films to watch while you’re self-isolating
The 40 best books to read during lockdown
The best video games to play during lockdown
The 20 best films of the year
A guide to all the Disney+ original content
The 30 best original films to watch on Netflix, ranked
The 25 best original TV shows to watch on Amazon Prime
The 50 best original TV shows to watch on Netflix UK
Leonardo DiCaprio reveals what Martin Scorsese taught him as an actor
Justin Bieber wakes up next to Ryan Destiny in ‘Holy’ video teaser
Marvel’s next big villain after Thanos will change the MCU in big way
Harry Potter statue to be placed in London’s Leicester Square
Billie Eilish criticises peers for partying during pandemic
Banksy loses art trademark battle in ‘devastating’ ruling
10 true crime dramas to watch if you liked Des
Steve Earle to cover songs by late son, Justin Townes Earle
Daniel Mays received award for most cigarettes smoked onscreen in Des
Michael McIntyre says there is one joke he regrets
Marvel fan (somehow) spots tiny mistake in Avengers: Endgame
Game of Thrones sex scene ruined by ‘visibly excited’ horse
Taylor Swift’s stalker jailed for 30 months
Jason Momoa claims ‘serious stuff went down’ on Justice League set
Chris Rock defends Jimmy Fallon’s blackface impersonation of him
BBC forced to defend Strictly’s first same-sex couple after complaints
Chris Rock says he tried to warn people about police violence
Neil Patrick Harris reveals he and his family battled coronavirus
Stephen Colbert lampoons Donald Trump’s awkward Fox & Friends snub
Jon Stewart gives blistering address on veterans healthcare
New PS5 games line-up includes Harry Potter adaptation Hogwarts Legacy
Radio host fired for 'degrading' tweet about female ESPN reporter
Jim Carrey to play Joe Biden on SNL

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19/09/2020 06:46:32 PM
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