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Why TikTok could be the future of classical music Social media is now key to classical musics survival. These are the composers and musicians leading the charge
The BBC’s new disinformation podcast is less informed than it thinks it is
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How to love your father – and Britain’s butterflies
Anton & Giovanni Together: the Live Tour, review: A so-so start, but the show finishes with a bang
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Taylor Swift Eras tour: Liverpool setlist and everything you need to know
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What’s on TV tonight: UEFA Euro 2024: Serbia v England, House of the Dragon and more Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
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Leonard Nimoy’s battle with Gene Roddenberry – and Shatner’s belly – to make The Search for Spock
The 46 best films of 2024 – so far
‘Tom Cruise had made a contract with the hidden forces, whatever they turned out to be’
Inside Bad Boys II, the spectacularly ‘sick’ action film that broke Will Smith
‘An excessive amount of slaughter’: What The Longest Day got right – and wrong – about D-Day
House of the Dragon’s horrible true history
Edith Bowman interview: ‘I’m not a Swiftie – all she does is diss her exes’
Julia Llewellyn Smith 16 Jun 2024, 5:00pm
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‘I’m in hell. I’ll haunt you’: AI is bringing people back from the dead – with devastating results
The real Roger Federer: ‘He will mess up your mind to beat you’
Leonard Nimoy’s battle with Gene Roddenberry – and Shatner’s belly – to make The Search for Spock
Hiding under the floorboards with Brian Eno, and other pop stories
Naked embraces and Arthurian fantasies – a Tudor guide to seduction
How to love your father – and Britain’s butterflies
Rev Richard Coles interview: ‘Dating again was like waking from hibernation’
Tavares Strachan, Hayward Gallery, review: monuments to black history that raise awkward questions
Ernest Cole: House of Bondage – A powerful record of life under apartheid
The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition needs a kick up the backside
‘Fights all day, sex all night’: Peggy Guggenheim’s tormented Sussex years
Edith Bowman interview: ‘I’m not a Swiftie – all she does is diss her exes’
Aldeburgh’s 1948 Festival Opening Night may have baffled Britten, plus the best of June’s classical concerts
Taylor Swift Eras tour: Liverpool setlist and everything you need to know
Jazz Emu, Soho Theatre: A deliciously silly hour from Britain’s finest young musical comedian
My Sexual Abuse: The Sitcom, review: turning childhood trauma into laughs is a daring and defiant act
Why Cabin Pressure’s John Finnemore is the funniest man on the radio
Anton & Giovanni Together: the Live Tour, review: A so-so start, but the show finishes with a bang
Lia Williams interview: ‘Paula Vennells is not imaginative enough to be evil’
‘It’s a witch hunt’: Giovanni Pernice’s fans stand by embattled Strictly star
The best gaming laptops of 2024 tried and tested for power, price and graphics
Kyle MacLachlan interview: ‘I’m drawn to the deep, dark and mysterious’
Jodie Comer’s pixelated hell: why Hollywood stars are ruining video games
No eating, no speaking! The secret life of Joanna Lumley’s maestro husband
The Merry Widow, Glyndebourne: Danielle de Niese shines in a stunning, if jokey, production
Tosca, The Grange Festival, review: brings out the hard-hitting violence of Puccini’s writing
Edith Bowman interview: ‘I’m not a Swiftie – all she does is diss her exes’
Tiggy Walker: ‘We’re openly confronting Johnnie’s death – I’m already selling his clothes on Vinted’
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How to love your father – and Britain’s butterflies
Taylor Swift Eras tour: Liverpool setlist and everything you need to know
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Daily Mail
17/06/2024 04:35:39 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
29 shares Jurassic World: Dominion review: Where's the emotional heart?
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
42 shares Tony! The Tony Blair Rock Opera review: A raucous New Labour spoof
CLASSICAL: Just magical! From spellbinding choreography to enchanting sets and splendid singing, Orfeo at Garsington Opera is a special evening indeed
13 shares Orfeo review: A special evening indeed
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
6 shares The Glass Menagerie review: Amy Adams unleashes few thrills
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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ART: The creations on display in the Barbican's Postwar Modern are proof that dark times make for devastatingly good, and understandably bleak, art
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CLASSICAL: The orchestra was spellbinding in Samson Et Dalila at the Royal Opera House, but the violent production sadly has very little going for it
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FICTION: From Holly Williams's engaging debut to The Sidekick by Benjamin Markovits, a bittersweet marvel from Miriam Toews and Lesley Thomson's latest, this week's best new fiction
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NON-FICTION: The nasty truth about Lenin: Antony Beevor doesn't fully explore the USSR's birth, but he still produces a well-researched volume
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Independent
17/06/2024 04:35:51 PM
Playwright James Graham: ‘Anyone who writes off the Tories is a fool’
The real story of the wild boy magic of Christopher Isherwood
Amy Poehler: ‘You don’t need a chaotic work environment to be funny’
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The gallery that Miro and Giacometti thought of as a second home
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Baseball and La-Z-Boys, Luke Combs’s new album is classic country
Chaka Khan: ‘I found ways to hang on’
Normani’s long-awaited debut Dopamine is sexy but far too sleepy
Roger Mayne’s photos bring crumbling post-war Britain vividly to life
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Richard Linklater: ‘Would Dazed and Confused be made today? No way’
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Tom Hardy comments on appearance in forthcoming Peaky Blinders movie
Jude Law rejected role of Superman in early 2000’s
Jodie Comer shares unexpected preparations for 28 Years Later role
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Tony Bennett’s daughters sue their brother over late singer’s estate
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Japanese band apologizes after ‘Columbus’ music video sparks outrage
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17/06/2024 04:35:52 PM
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I just listened to Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. As music, it’s good. As art, it’s truly great
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These Foolish Things: A Memoir by Dylan Jones review – stars in his eyes
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Revealed: students at top private schools have 10 times more green space than state pupils
Jude Bellingham gives England winning start but Serbia make Southgate sweat
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