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Oscars board expels Harvey Weinstein as Hollyoaks actress Lysette Anthony alleges producer raped her in London home
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Jack Whitehall says 'life flashed before my eyes' during high-speed crash with Freddie Flintoff
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Best new music 2017 – Miles from Kinshasa's Rumba pop bedroom creations. Plus INHEAVEN and Eloïse
Bruno Mars to play Hyde Park for British Summer Time 2018
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Taylor Swift films latest music video in north London kebab shop
The Book of Dust: a refresher guide to Philip Pullman’s fantasy universe(s)
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2017 Man Booker Prize shortlist: the best and worst lines
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Jonas Kaufmann keeps his personality hidden in this unexceptional documentary - review 3
Lucy Worsley’s Nights at the Opera is a history of dramatic art form for those who don’t like it - review 3
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Placebo's Brian Molko reflects on the band's career
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Robert Plant on returning to England, Led Zeppelin and Carry Fire
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Loving Vincent: The film in which every single frame is hand-painted
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Matt Lucas on why Little Britain will not return
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The Crown actor Jared Harris on bringing King George VI to screen
Reese Witherspoon: 'I was sexually assaulted by a director aged 16'
Trailer Park Boys' Mr. Lahey actor dies at the age of 71
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America Ferrera reveals she was sexually assaulted at the age of 9
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Kingsman: The Golden Circle film works best as an action movie
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Borg vs McEnroe review: Shia LaBeouf shines in adequate tennis biopic
First They Killed My Father is Angelina Jolie's best work yet
Woody Allen faces backlash for saying it's acceptable to wink at women
Anthony Bourdain calls James Corden pandering tool for Weinstein joke
Scott Rosenberg on Harvey Weinstein: 'Everybody f***ing knew'
How Carrie Fisher dealt with a producer who 'assaulted her friend'
Riz Ahmed in talks to play Hamlet for Netflix
Cher says she has a role in Mamma Mia 2
Jennifer Lawrence recounts 'degrading' naked casting line-up
Prince William reveals Prince George's favourite films
Beck plays his vivid pop at Electric Ballroom in London - review
Bedouine's performance in London was a low-key affair - review
Hospitality in the Park: a tribute to London's dirtiest basslines
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Midori Takada, Milton Court Hall, gig review
Lorde performs her clever, danceable pop in London - review
Sparks, Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, review
Sleaford Mods put on a standout show at Brixton Academy - review
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The Coronas: 'We could have ended up in limbo'
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Ed Sheeran posts picture of his arm in a cast after 'bicycle accident'
AMENRA stream MASS VI and provide an exclusive essay on their history
Taylor Swift films new music video in North London kebab shop
Fresh Complaint by Jeffrey Eugenides review: Not a dud in collection
Mrs Osmond by John Banville, review: Fine act of literary imagination
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John le Carre, A Legacy of Spies, review: Satisfying close to the saga
A Life of My Own by Claire Tomalin, review: An extraordinary account
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Salman Rushdie issues warning over gender reassignment surgery
Kazuo Ishiguro, appreciation: a master of stylish minimalism
Ta-Nehisi Coates and the making of a public intellectual
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Jasper Johns review: The extraordinary nature of the ordinary
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The Encounter, National Portrait Gallery, review
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