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The early death of Zulu star Stanley Baker is one of cinema's great ‘what ifs’ Commanding and rugged, the Welsh actor could have saved 1980s British cinema from naffness. Instead, hard living took him at 48
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The early death of Zulu star Stanley Baker is one of cinema's great ‘what ifs’ Commanding and rugged, the Welsh actor could have saved 1980s British cinema from naffness. Instead, hard living took him at 48
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British rock is now dominated by ‘bedwetters’ – and that’s a good thing Rock isn't dead as the likes of Coldplay prove, it's just shrewdly moved with the times
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The early death of Zulu star Stanley Baker is one of cinema's great ‘what ifs’ Commanding and rugged, the Welsh actor could have saved 1980s British cinema from naffness. Instead, hard living took him at 48
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Michael Mann unveils Heat 2: ‘I kept tearing it up, and starting over’ His 1995 film Heat is a classic and now comes a sequel/prequel, a la The Godfather Part II. The plot twist? He's written it as a novel
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The early death of Zulu star Stanley Baker is one of cinema's great ‘what ifs’ Commanding and rugged, the Welsh actor could have saved 1980s British cinema from naffness. Instead, hard living took him at 48
The sadistic sea captain who inspired Vaughan Williams’s favourite folk tune
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Daily Mail
14/08/2022 08:54:22
MUSIC: Now here's a super trouper...Toyah's voice is glowing with energy as she charms audiences with her snappy and uplifting Posh Pop
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FICTION: From Isabelle Allende's whistle-stop tale to Real Easy by Marie Rutkoski, a multi-generational epic from Honorée Fanonne Jeffers and Gary Shteyngart's latest, this week's best new fiction
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DANCE: Oh what a glittering delight... Strictly Come Dancing: The Live Tour packs out arenas once again as Rose Ayling-Ellis gives another stellar performance
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DEBORAH ROSS: Clunky and clichéd... but five stars for the lobsters Julian Fellowes' The Gilded Age is blissfully and lavishly styled, but is also underwhelming.
CRAIG BROWN: Why Barbara Windsor's vanishing bikini top sounded the death knell for nudism  It all started with Adam and Eve.
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FILM: Penélope Cruz delivers an award-worthy performance in the intelligent Parallel Mothers, but the film has more gravitas than it actually deserves
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CLASSICAL: This is a top class musical tonic... Daniel Barenboim's New Year's Concert with Vienna Philharmonic treats the Strauss family with enormous finesse
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A labour of very personal love: Kenneth Branagh's Belfast is immensely moving, properly chilling and almost certainly tear-jerking
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He's the hardest working man in showbiz, but Romesh Ranganathan's latest stand-up routine is not about to reinvent his winning comedy formula
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Moulin Rouge! at the Piccadilly Theatre is a glitzy, kitschy, eye-popping extravaganza, but it's lacking convincing chemistry
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This is just ravishing, marvellous and truly captivating... John Wilson's Orchestral Works is one of the finest Ravel albums of recent years
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Independent
14/08/2022 08:54:35
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