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Picnic Comma Lightning by Laurence Scott, review: Is the internet turning you into an alien? Premium
Aristocrats at Donmar Warehouse, review: A radical restaging of a minor modern classic 3
Trojan Horse at Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe, review: School for scandal? Birmingham's Islamist 'plot' revisited 3
Gorillaz, Boomtown Fair, Winchester,review: Damon Albarn may have pulled off the greatest second act in British pop history 4
BBC Proms 2018: West Side Story review - universally familiar, yet still as freshly youthful and morally urgent as ever 4
Little Shop of Horrors, Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Parkreview: a bellyful of fun but not enough bite 3
Comment: In older times an actor was praised for their range, now they must match their character to the letter Ed Power
What's on TV tonight: On the Edge: Through the Gates/A Mother’s Love and Age Before Beauty
The Festival, review: Joe Thomas makes a long weekend of elaborate misery consistently funny 3
Backlash over Jack Whitehall's casting as 'first gay man' in Disney film Jungle Cruise
Marilyn Monroe's lost nude scene from The Misfits resurfaces
Comment: Idris Elba is a promising prospect as Bond, but let's not jump the gun Tim Robey
Comment: Joe Sugg might be a cynical ratings ploy, but he could change Strictly forever Michael Hogan
Pekka Kuusisto: 'My business is full of divas and strange behaviour' Premium
Picnic Comma Lightning by Laurence Scott, review: Is the internet turning you into an alien? Premium
Comment: In older times an actor was praised for their range, now they must match their character to the letter Ed Power
Gallery: Aretha Franklin and the 60 greatest female singer-songwriters of all time
Gallery: The 20 greatest treasures in the Louvre
Gallery: Seen from above: 14 of your favourite coastal holiday destinations
On the Edge: A Mother’s Love, review: a drama so tense it will linger for a long time after  5
On the Edge: Through the Gates, review: strong performances let down by cliché 2
A Passage to Britain, episode one review: a fascinating perspective on the early pioneers of our British-Asian communities 4
Age Before Beauty, episode 3 review: clichéd sex scenes, clunking dialogue – and bafflingly bad all round 1
Comment: Joe Sugg might be a cynical ratings ploy, but he could change Strictly forever Michael Hogan
What's on TV tonight: On the Edge: Through the Gates/A Mother’s Love and Age Before Beauty
Joe Sugg, known as vlogger ThatcherJoe, becomes Strictly Come Dancing's first YouTube star contestant
Game of Thrones' most ruthless killings inspired by JRR Tolkein's treatment of Gandalf
Who Do You Think You Are? review - Judge Rinder's family story is so moving that even the historian cried 4
John Minton: the Lost Man of British Art - a terrific rehabilitation job 4
Bollywood: The World’s Biggest Film Industry, review: a fascinating look at this vibrant, uplifting world 4
Jamie Cooks Italy, review: a taste of the old Jamie 3
Beyoncé and Jay Z pay tribute to 'gravely-ill' Aretha Franklin as Stevie Wonder visits Queen of Soul 
Pekka Kuusisto: 'My business is full of divas and strange behaviour' Premium
Comment: With the death of the celebrity interview, we face a bleak pop culture landscape Alice Vincent
Close friends confirm that Aretha Franklin is 'gravely ill', as family gather around Queen of Soul
Gallery: Aretha Franklin and the 60 greatest female singer-songwriters of all time
Gorillaz, Boomtown Fair, Winchester,review: Damon Albarn may have pulled off the greatest second act in British pop history 4
BBC Proms 2018: West Side Story review - universally familiar, yet still as freshly youthful and morally urgent as ever 4
Anna Calvi interview: ‘Rock ‘n’ roll isn't over – male rockers are’ Premium
Picnic Comma Lightning by Laurence Scott, review: Is the internet turning you into an alien? Premium
VS Naipaul was a truly great writer who ignored literary fashions and cut through liberal pieties - tribute Premium
When the English Patient stole Anthony Minghella's heart Premium
Gallery: Culture stars who died in 2018: from VS Naipaul to Avicii
Georges-Eugène Haussmann: how 'the straight-line Attila' ripped up Paris and changed cities forever Premium
Like a conjuring trick, Michael Ondaatje's Warlight leaves you in awe of the magician 5
Aristocrats at Donmar Warehouse, review: A radical restaging of a minor modern classic 3
Can Shakespeare's plays still make us laugh? Premium
Trojan Horse at Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe, review: School for scandal? Birmingham's Islamist 'plot' revisited 3
Much Ado About Shakespeare episode 9: behind the scenes of The Merry Wives of Windsor
Little Shop of Horrors, Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Parkreview: a bellyful of fun but not enough bite 3
Gallery: Culture stars who died in 2018: from VS Naipaul to Avicii
How Vanity Fair holds up a mirror to class in Britain
Was Vanity Fair's Becky Sharp the original Instagram star?
Watch Samuel Barber's Vanessa from Glyndebourne on demand for free until Tuesday 21 August
Samuel Barber's opera Vanessa: from Pulitzer to obscurity… and beyond
Siegfried, EIF review: the Hallé are now playing with world-class finesse 4
Gallery: Seen from above: 14 of your favourite coastal holiday destinations
Behind the lens: Raquel Welch, Elizabeth Taylor and Pavarotti as you've never seen them before
Gerda Taro: the forgotten female war photographer who made Robert Capa Premium
John Minton: the Lost Man of British Art - a terrific rehabilitation job 4
Gallery: Culture stars who died in 2018: from VS Naipaul to Avicii
Gallery: The 20 greatest treasures in the Louvre
Video streaming star reveals why he won't play with female gamers
What's on TV tonight: On the Edge: Through the Gates/A Mother’s Love and Age Before Beauty
Silicon Valley superfood fad Soylent launches in the UK for gamers who can't tear themselves from screens
Edinburgh Fringe 2018: the 46 funniest jokes
Gallery: Culture stars who died in 2018: from VS Naipaul to Avicii
What's on TV tonight: On the Edge: Through the Gates/A Mother’s Love and Age Before Beauty
Goodbye, Grimmy: the rise and fall of the BBC's most fashionable DJ Premium
The 10 weirdest shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, from the tale of a puppet hitman to Kafka for kids
Cold Blood, Kiss & Cry Collective, King’s Theatre, Edinburgh review - A big hand to this intricate piece 4
Video streaming star reveals why he won't play with female gamers
Silicon Valley superfood fad Soylent launches in the UK for gamers who can't tear themselves from screens Sponsored
Buying a home? Know the flood, fire and other risks
How Vanity Fair holds up a mirror to class in Britain
How to keep young Harry Potter fans happy during the holidays
Behind the Seams: discover the costumes that brought the characters to life
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Charming monster with the Midas touch: The murder mystery of John 'Goldfinger' Palmer, the cocaine-fuelled, swaggering conman with 16,000 reasons to die
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Pain and the passion of Prisoner 46664: Read the prison letters of Nelson Mandela
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Want to write a novel? Fay Weldon - author of more than thirty books -reveals how to get publishers to notice your work 
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Revealed: Why Stalin stole Hitler's teeth and banished the dentist who identified them to the gulags
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We're at our best when we're up against it: Historian reveals how Britain thrives when overcoming adversity
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Just because it's trendy doesn't mean it's a nice place to work: US journalist Corey Pein offers a look at what life's REALLY like in Silicon Valley 
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From The Corner of the Oval: My tequila hangovers and trysts in the West Wing 
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'For my daughter's voyage through life I built her a boat': British journalist Jonathan Gornall decided to make something special for his daughter rather than attempt to cross the Atlantic again
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Bees are brilliant! The human fascination with bees has deep roots and even goes back to Stone Age art
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There were three of us in the relationship . . . Him, me and the bottle: Louisa Young on the struggle of loving a man battling alcoholism
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'We used the rack ... but in the nicest possible way': Civility is the essential ingredient in a polished society and we English pride ourselves on manners
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The Feather Thief: Music prodigy led astray by his passion for plumage
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Adrian Mole author Sue Townsend, 68, dies at her home in Leicester after a stroke
New chapter in the history of the Bronte birthplace as new owners turn it into a cafe honouring the family's literary heritage
Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, author of One Hundred Years of Solitude, hospitalised with lung and urinary tract infections
You don't need sex to sell! Dan Brown's Inferno tops Amazon best-seller list for 2013 as readers look for different thrills after Fifty Shades trilogy
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'Notes on a Nervous Planet': The messy guide to tidying up your life
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A toast to Mr Hi-de-Hi! Nearly a quarter of a century after his death, Simon Cadell's is fondly remembered for his deadpan comedy
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The truth about trees: Wonders of invincible cedars and climbing goats revealed by Jonathan Drori
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'Burton told me: I'll just have one vodka a day - one bottle, that is!': Novelist Andrew Sinclair reveals his priceless Hollywood encounters in fascinating new memoir 
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'She's got a double chin, short legs and a pot belly': What Richard Burton REALLY thought about Liz Taylor ... and other unexpected luvvie revelations
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Sometimes the less said the better! All you need to know about World War II and The British empire
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My mother, the hoarder who just couldn't let go: Author reveals how her mum's obsessive stashing saw her collect a 'lifetime of loss' 
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Memoir of war that's lost none of its power: World War I nurse's autobiography set to be reissued to mark a centenary since the Armistice
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Boy from Bootle who conquered the Big Apple: Les Hinton was a lowly messenger when Rupert Murdoch sent him to get a sandwich - he ended up running his empire
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Give 'Call Me By Your Name' the Best Picture Oscar
John Malkovich interview: I’m less hot-tempered than I used to be
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Westworld season 2 creators confirm every returning character
James Martin claims BBC discriminated against him because of accent
The Walking Dead still one of cable TV's highest-viewed US dramas
Trump ridiculed by late night talk show hosts over school heroics brag
What Donald Glover told Lena Dunham after his 'Girls' appearance
How Beavis and Butt-Head did America and changed comedy forever
Long-lost Nigerian masterpiece 'Tutu' sells for record-breaking amount
Stolen Edgar Degas painting worth £700,000 found on a bus
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Stage Brian Friel festival puts Brexit centre-stage
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Music Beyoncé dedicates Detroit show to ailing Aretha Franklin
Beyoncé dedicates Detroit show to ailing Aretha Franklin
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Lee Evans to step out of retirement for homage to Harold Pinter
Music Aretha Franklin 'gravely ill'
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Lauren Laverne named as 6 Music's new breakfast show host
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Idris Elba appears to dismiss James Bond rumours on Twitter