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Telegraph
09/01/2022 10:46:20 PM
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‘Z Cars’ star Brian Blessed recalls 60 years of the TV crime drama The original cast member discusses the early days of the trendsetting and controversial police drama which ran from 1962 to 1978
Liz Kingsman: One-Woman Show, review: Fleabag affectionately and exquisitely torn limb from limb
ByTristram Fane Saunders
One skinny-dipping scene proves it – Peter Bogdanovich was Hollywood’s unsung master The director, who has died aged 82, captured the 'white-magical lightning' of old cinema: provocative, dreamy, ironic and glamorous
Jah Wobble: ‘For all their talk, some arch-Remainers are quite mean-spirited’ The Public Image bassist on losing friends to Brexit, and the chaos of punk gigs including being hit with a frozen pigs head mid-concert
How Sarah Beeny became the most smug woman on TV It's hard for the nation to care about a nice family who had a nice home and are now building an even nicer home far, far beyond our reach
How could a ‘top 100’ of recent TV programmes ever satisfy anyone? This week, Victoria has been watching the 21st centurys greatest TV shows
Victoria Coren Mitchell
Was Neville Chamberlain more than the coward who kowtowed to Hitler? Why Jeremy Irons's new film, Munich: the Edge of War, will change your mind about Britain's unloved wartime prime minister
Sidney Poitier was no ‘Uncle Tom’ – he upended Hollywood’s rules forever The Lilies of the Field star, who has died aged 94, rose above an industry stacked against him to become the Oscars first black Best Actor
One skinny-dipping scene proves it – Peter Bogdanovich was Hollywood’s unsung master The director, who has died aged 82, captured the 'white-magical lightning' of old cinema: provocative, dreamy, ironic and glamorous
Harrow by Joy Williams, review: toothless terrorists take on the USA
ByChristian Lorentzen
Accidental Gods by Anna Della Subin: was Prince Philip a volcano god?
With sublime new album Dawn FM, The Weeknd proves he’s the ghoulish wizard of modern pop
Liz Kingsman: One-Woman Show, review: Fleabag affectionately and exquisitely torn limb from limb
ByTristram Fane Saunders
A magical premiere from Simon Rattle and the LSO, plus the pick of January’s classical concerts
Boiling Point, review: Stephen Graham’s kitchen nightmare would fry even Gordon Ramsay
Led Zeppelin’s demon manager: the best – and worst – of Richard Cole
John Lennon, Charles Manson and UFOs — what The Beatles: Get Back left out
The blazing talent – and heartbreaking decline – of ‘fifth Beatle’ Billy Preston
The stories behind Mick Rock’s five greatest shots
Drugs, diets and coercive control: the sad story of Brian Wilson’s conservatorship
Beatles, ghosts and murdered aristocrats: the dark history of Abbey Road
What’s on TV tonight: Ant & Dec’s Limitless Win, The Masked Singer, and more Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
The Orson Welles frozen peas tantrum that inspired Steven Toast
Overblown, daft and Americanised, Diamonds Are Forever made a fool of Sean Connery
JK Rowling’s battle to make the Harry Potter films ‘100 per cent British’
Black Hawk Down under fire: how Ridley Scott won the Battle of Mogadishu
The Ipcress File: how a bespectacled ‘anti-Bond’ changed Michael Caine’s life
Conman, gambler and showman Michael Todd – the mad genius behind 1956's Around the World in 80 Days
Ant & Dec's Limitless Win is the best game show since Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
What’s on TV tonight: Ant & Dec’s Limitless Win, The Masked Singer, and more
ByTelegraph Reporters 8 Jan 2022, 9:55am
How could a ‘top 100’ of recent TV programmes ever satisfy anyone?
Victoria Coren Mitchell 8 Jan 2022, 5:00am
‘Z Cars’ star Brian Blessed recalls 60 years of the TV crime drama
What’s on TV tonight: Ant & Dec’s Limitless Win, The Masked Singer, and more Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
ByTelegraph Reporters 8 Jan 2022, 9:55am
Was Neville Chamberlain more than the coward who kowtowed to Hitler?
Sidney Poitier was no ‘Uncle Tom’ – he upended Hollywood’s rules forever
One skinny-dipping scene proves it – Peter Bogdanovich was Hollywood’s unsung master
Harrow by Joy Williams, review: toothless terrorists take on the USA
ByChristian Lorentzen 8 Jan 2022, 5:00pm
Accidental Gods by Anna Della Subin: was Prince Philip a volcano god?
My mother has dementia – but can still remember the Nazi doctor who gave her 'medicine' at Auschwitz Journalist Jacques Peretti spent his career investigating stories then, at 90, his mother sat him down and finally shared her own
Was Neville Chamberlain more than the coward who kowtowed to Hitler? Why Jeremy Irons's new film, Munich: the Edge of War, will change your mind about Britain's unloved wartime prime minister
Dame Vera Lynn: An Extraordinary Life, review: a moving tribute to a national icon
Like it or not, Banksy rules the art world’s political roost Banksys art is inherently political as his latest stunt commemorating the anti-Colston activists proves. And its influence is enormous
British artist buys back his own work — to give it away The YBA Keith Coventry spotted a discrepancy in prices for which his art was being sold and now a public museum will benefit
What’s behind the record-breaking rise in global art market sales? It remains to be seen whether demand continues to grow this year and if traditional masterworks can survive the assault of new sectors
Elvis Costello: ‘They’ll mark my death with two songs I didn’t write’
With sublime new album Dawn FM, The Weeknd proves he’s the ghoulish wizard of modern pop
Jah Wobble: ‘For all their talk, some arch-Remainers are quite mean-spirited’
Liz Kingsman: One-Woman Show, review: Fleabag affectionately and exquisitely torn limb from limb
Mackenzie Crook: 'Worzel Gummidge would give Extinction Rebellion the thumbs up'
Relax, Maureen Lipman – ‘offensive’ comedy is in rude health
Can theatre crack The Da Vinci Code?
Force Majeure, Donmar Warehouse, review: a family on an entertainingly slippery slope
Why the BBC must open its archives in its 100th anniversary year
The best new video games of 2022
The 20 best video games of 2021
Halo Infinite campaign review: a dazzling ballet of sci-fi action
Wolf Witch Giant Fairy,Linbury Theatre review: innovative and energetic family fun
The 100 best cultural events of 2021
This year, opera had to do the unthinkable in order to survive
Why the BBC must open its archives in its 100th anniversary year
How John Berger’s Ways of Seeing changed the way we look at art
Does The Princess Bride work even better as a radio drama? Inconceivable! Advertisement
Ant & Dec's Limitless Win is the best game show since Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Harrow by Joy Williams, review: toothless terrorists take on the USA
ByChristian Lorentzen 8 Jan 2022, 5:00pm
Accidental Gods by Anna Della Subin: was Prince Philip a volcano god?
What’s on TV tonight: Ant & Dec’s Limitless Win, The Masked Singer, and more Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms
ByTelegraph Reporters 8 Jan 2022, 9:55am
How could a ‘top 100’ of recent TV programmes ever satisfy anyone? This week, Victoria has been watching the 21st centurys greatest TV shows
Victoria Coren Mitchell 8 Jan 2022, 5:00am
Elvis Costello: ‘They’ll mark my death with two songs I didn’t write’ As a songwriter, he is up there with Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon so why, 33 albums in, is Elvis Costello ditching his greatest hit?
My mother has dementia – but can still remember the Nazi doctor who gave her 'medicine' at Auschwitz Journalist Jacques Peretti spent his career investigating stories then, at 90, his mother sat him down and finally shared her own
Was Neville Chamberlain more than the coward who kowtowed to Hitler? Why Jeremy Irons's new film, Munich: the Edge of War, will change your mind about Britain's unloved wartime prime minister
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18/01/2022 10:46:06 PM
MUSIC: Elvis Costello, with The Imposters, has returned to the sound that set him on his way with his mostly fast and often furious album The Boy Named If
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FICTION: From Xochitl Gonzalez's busy debut to Anything Could Happen by Lucy Diamond, Alice Hoffman's final Practical Magic tale and the latest from Hanya Yanagihara, this week's best new fiction
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NON-FICTION: Why our trees are marching north - and what this means for polar bears and the planet 
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DEBORAH ROSS: The devastating proof that ITV isn't all dumb thrillers  The docudrama Anne, which told the Hillsborough story through one mother.
CLASSICAL: Packing a huge emotional punch, Edvard Grieg by Lise Davidsen and Leif Ove Andsnes is the best way to start 2022
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CINEMA: Not so much old-school as out-of-date... The 355, lacks style, wit and much in the way of intelligence
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THEATRE: Michael Longhurst's production of Force Majeure is a pleasure to watch, even if it makes a very bad advert for skiing holidays... and marriage 
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From an ingenious, multi-award winning chef drama to slick Polish series The Defence, the best on demand TV to watch this week 
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The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain is a bit full on but Benedict Cumberbatch is on top form as the eccentric who tried to make cats cool
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More treasure from the vaults... David Bowie takes some undercooked lyrics and marinates them in midlife wisdom in posthumous release Toy
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From an in depth look at superheroes to the hit chat show The Adam Buxton Podcast, the best audio shows to listen to this week
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The most quintessentially British composer ever: This year, Ralph Vaughan Williams must be remembered for his achievements
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The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe satisfies our craving for imagination and escapism in dark times, but is sorely lacking a villain
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From Heather Young's shocking debut to The Paris Bookseller by Kerri Maher, a Covid-inspired tale from Amitava Kumar and Stephen Spotswood's latest, this week's best new fiction
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Young girls. Drug abuse. Satanic rituals. Do we really need another retelling of Lep Zeppelin's tawdry excesses? A whole lotta pages on one of rock's darkest stories
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Independent
18/01/2022 10:46:15 PM
Dexter: New Blood’s finale was the perfect salvage job
Who will host the 2022 Oscars?
The Apprentice candidate Conor Gilsenan speaks out after being fired
Has the UK finally lost interest in The Apprentice?
Ronnie Spector was the voice of all voices, and music’s great survivor
Joel Coen keeps with tradition in The Tragedy of Macbeth
The 35 best movies to stream online
Cynical wit is bogged down by sentimentality in After Life season 3
Why is the man behind Line of Duty charging £80 for writing lessons?
On CAPRISONGS, FKA twigs offers some of her most beautiful melodies
Metatextual as ever, Scream now takes a stab at toxic fanboys
Peter Dinklage: ‘I would like to see the whole internet shut down’
Willow Smith: ‘I was brainwashed into thinking, “You’re being a brat”’
Samuel Adewunmi on You Don’t Know Me, representation and authenticity
Fred Hechinger: ‘I find, even at its best, life to be somewhat lonely’
Connor Swindells: ‘I didn’t want to get punched in the head every day’
CODA’s Emilia Jones: ‘Only deaf actors could do these roles justice’
Netflix increases subscription prices across US and Canada
Brockhampton announce they are breaking up
Fans celebrate news Timothy Olyphant will reprise Justified role
Pete Davidson will not host the Oscars, reports say
Leonardo DiCaprio once licked the ear of an NFL player’s wife
Dave Chappelle says he regrets not texting Bob Saget back
The 10 best educational shows on Netflix if you are home schooling
The 40 best albums to listen to in lockdown
The 35 best films to stream during lockdown
The 40 best books to read during lockdown
The best video games to play during lockdown
The 65 best original TV shows to watch on Netflix UK
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The 50 best original films to watch on Netflix, ranked
A guide to all the Disney+ original content
Jonah Hill says he’ll make Superbad 2 - but only when he’s 80
Neve Campbell says she was once attacked by a bear on set
Rebel Wilson makes JK Rowling joke as she’s named as 2022 Bafta host
Emma Watson appears to disprove Harry Potter reunion theory
Emma Watson admits she was ‘taken aback’ by Rupert Grint comment
Adam Driver explains why he hasn’t been to a wrap party since Girls
Denise Welch says she has ‘personal beef’ with Prince Andrew
All the mystery contestants on The Masked Singer
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The Book of Boba Fett cameo answers question from Return of the Jedi
Who is Mushroom on The Masked Singer? Latest clues and hints
James Buckley says you couldn’t pay him to do The Inbetweeners again
Joe Rogan admits broadcaster made him ‘look dumb’ during Covid debate
Jamie Lynn Spears says she ‘may have to set record straight’
Madonna video shows singer hanging out with Kanye before alleged punch
Ed Sheeran submits request to build crypt at his Suffolk estate
Nirvana baby’ refiles lawsuit over Nevermind cover art
Pianist Ruth Slenczynska to release a new album at the age of 97
Kanye West allegedly punches fan outside LA members club

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18/01/2022 10:46:16 PM
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The reader interview Post your questions for Kiefer Sutherland
Post your questions for Kiefer Sutherland
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