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Lily Allen, No Shame album review: Back and better than ever13m Lily Allen, No Shame album review: Back and better than ever
The Independent
Allen never overdramatises the already-dramatic – divorce, children, a stalker, media intrusion – rather she tackles it in an offhand and always bluntly honest manner
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The story of how one compilation came to rule them all2h The story of how one compilation came to rule them all
BBC
The full, untold story of Now That's What I Call Music - by the people who made it.
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Batwoman: Lesbian comic hero to get TV series5h Batwoman: Lesbian comic hero to get TV series
BBC
The adaptation is to be the first live-action TV superhero series with an openly gay lead character.
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The Five Billion Pound Super Sewer review – inside London’s battle against the Great Stink5h The Five Billion Pound Super Sewer review – inside London’s battle against the Great Stink
The Guardian
If a deep dive into the new sewage system beneath the Thames smells a little dull, stay for the people, whose tales add drama to this documentary‘We’re wandering around all the way underneath London, just in our quiet little world of poo,” says Nick. Nick is a “
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Batwoman: lesbian superhero gets her own TV show9h Batwoman: lesbian superhero gets her own TV show
The Guardian
The show, based on the DC Comics character, will boast the first openly gay lead of a live-action superhero show A small screen adaptation of Batwoman is
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Louis Tomlinson and Robbie Williams named new judges on The X Factor10h Louis Tomlinson and Robbie Williams named new judges on The X Factor
BBC
Robbie Williams will be joined on the panel by his wife Ayda Field and One Direction's Louis Tomlinson.
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Spectator removes Harvey Weinstein quotes from interview10h Spectator removes Harvey Weinstein quotes from interview
The Guardian
Interviewer says he may have misrepresented conversation with movie producer The Spectator has formally retracted quotes it attributed to Harvey Weinstein, in which the disgraced former film mogul allegedly admitted to offering acting jobs in exchange for sex, in addition to deleting an unrelated description of Weinstein attempting to hit on women at a Christmas party. The
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Boy Erased: first trailer for Oscar-tipped gay conversion drama revealed10h Boy Erased: first trailer for Oscar-tipped gay conversion drama revealed
The Guardian
Oscar nominee Lucas Hedges stars as a young man sent away to a program aimed at ‘curing’ him of his homosexuality in the fact-based story The trailer for the Oscar-tipped drama Boy Erased has given a first look at the fact-based tale of gay conversion therapy.
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When Phil Mitchell met Trump: Coldwar Steve and his Brexit Britain mashups10h When Phil Mitchell met Trump: Coldwar Steve and his Brexit Britain mashups
The Guardian
The Coldwar Steve mashups are a Twitter sensation, portraying a grotesque future Britain full of world leaders and football managers – with EastEnder Phil looking on in horror. Meet the man who knocks them out on his bus to work
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Bollywood biopic in hot water over Sikh name10h Bollywood biopic in hot water over Sikh name
BBC
Sikh politicians criticise web series for using the name Kaur in the title.
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Royal Academy to host Bill Viola video art showcase13h Royal Academy to host Bill Viola video art showcase
The Guardian
Exhibition will bring together 12 pieces by American paired with works by Michelangelo The Royal Academy of Arts is to stage its first ever significant video art show displaying works by one of the giants of the genre, Bill Viola. It announced details of an exhibition that will bring together 12 video installations by Viola, once described as
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The stars of Mamma Mia film reveal whether or not the sequel is worth the 10-year wait.13h The stars of Mamma Mia film reveal whether or not the sequel is worth the 10-year wait.
BBC
Meryl Streep and Cher reveal why they wanted to be in the new Mamma Mia film.
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Annabelle Neilson, muse for Alexander McQueen dies13h Annabelle Neilson, muse for Alexander McQueen dies
BBC
The model, reality star and best friend of Kate Moss was found dead at her Chelsea home on Thursday.
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The Killers, Alt-J, Wolf Alice select their song of the summer16h The Killers, Alt-J, Wolf Alice select their song of the summer
BBC
Latitude headliners The Killers, Alt-J and more mark the UK heat wave by naming their hottest hit of 2018 so far.
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Johnny Depp settles lawsuit with former management17h Johnny Depp settles lawsuit with former management
BBC
The settlement resolves a case in which both sides blamed each other for Depp's money troubles.
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17h Cher to release album of Abba covers following Mamma Mia! role
The Guardian
Following her version of Fernando for the film sequel, the singer says she took on Abba classics “in a different way” for a covers album Cher has revealed that she has recorded an entire album of Abba covers, following her appearance in the jukebox musical film
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Sacha Baron Cohen channel defends Who Is America? against claims of mocking veterans17h Sacha Baron Cohen channel defends Who Is America? against claims of mocking veterans
The Guardian
Showtime, the US broadcaster behind the comedian’s new project, says claims from Sarah Palin that the show made fun of disabled former servicepeople are false The broadcaster behind Who Is America?, Sacha Baron Cohen’s
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18h Marcus du Sautoy and James Bridle – books podcast
The Guardian
On this week’s show, we’re exploring infinity and beyond with artist and writer James Bridle and mathematician Marcus du Sautoy. Through his visual art and writings on technology and culture, James Bridle has been at the forefront of our understanding of tech for the last decade – and from his perspective, the view of our future is both exciting and gloomy. He sat down with the Guardian’s technology reporter Alex Hern to talk about his book, New Dark Age.
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18h Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again review – feta fever dream sequel is weirdly irresistible
The Guardian
I was not among those begging for a followup to the wildly successful 2008 Abba musical. But after just a few scenes, all I could say was: Gimme, Gimme, Gimme Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus of Abba must over the years have considered what they would do if they were asked to sign off on a second iteration of what can only be called the Mamma Mia! movie franchise – which first appeared in 2008. Perhaps they thought that, in the words of the song: “If I had to do the same again, I would my friend, because quite frankly it’s a licence to print money.” That first film made me break out in
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Fallout 76: what you need to know about one of the biggest games of the year20h Fallout 76: what you need to know about one of the biggest games of the year
The Guardian
Bethesda’s Todd Howard explains why the post-apocalypse simulator Fallout is becoming an online multiplayer, and why he is just as scared of it as the players While billionaires
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Everything Under by Daisy Johnson – review20h Everything Under by Daisy Johnson – review
The Guardian
A reunited mother and daughter delve into their eerie past in Johnson’s complex, Sophoclean melodramaDaisy Johnson’s debut,
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Nightcrawling with Kerouac, Ginsberg and the beatniks – in pictures20h Nightcrawling with Kerouac, Ginsberg and the beatniks – in pictures
The Guardian
A new book of photographs by Burt Glinn – featuring a recently discovered essay by Jack Kerouac – captures the beat generation in all their jazz-heavy, late-night glory
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How we made: Roni Size on the Mercury-winning album New Forms21h How we made: Roni Size on the Mercury-winning album New Forms
The Guardian
‘We just went to the Mercury prize ceremony to scoff all the free food and alcohol. Then Eddie Izzard said: You’ve won!’ I was born Ryan Owen Granville Williams but, because I was lighter-skinned, everyone called me Roni, after the only white character in the film
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World Cup: Pussy Riot protesters jailed over pitch demonstration24h World Cup: Pussy Riot protesters jailed over pitch demonstration
BBC
Four anti-Putin activists ran onto the pitch in the World Cup final between France and Croatia.
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Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker hopes role will inspire young girls27h Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker hopes role will inspire young girls
The Guardian
‘Showing children their heroes in shows don’t look the same is a huge honour,’ says Time Lord The new star of
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