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Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Charles close show with high scoring street dance as Alfonso Ribero stands in for Bruno Tonioli6h Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Charles close show with high scoring street dance as Alfonso Ribero stands in for Bruno Tonioli
The Independent
New category, 'Couple's Choice' will see two pairs each week perform a routine inspired by contemporary, commercial street or musical theatre dance
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Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Craig call Vick's cha cha a 'dis-ah-ster' as Alfonso Ribero stands in for Bruno Tonioli7h Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Craig call Vick's cha cha a 'dis-ah-ster' as Alfonso Ribero stands in for Bruno Tonioli
The Independent
New category, 'Couple's Choice' will see two pairs each week perform a routine inspired by contemporary, commercial street or musical theatre dance
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Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Seann Walsh misstep as Alfonso Ribero stands in for Bruno Tonioli7h Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Seann Walsh misstep as Alfonso Ribero stands in for Bruno Tonioli
The Independent
New category, 'Couple's Choice' will see two pairs each week perform a routine inspired by contemporary, commercial street or musical theatre dance
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Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Alfonso Ribero kick off guest judge stint with Bruno Tonioli impression8h Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Alfonso Ribero kick off guest judge stint with Bruno Tonioli impression
The Independent
New category, 'Couple's Choice' will see two pairs each week perform a routine inspired by contemporary, commercial street or musical theatre dance
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Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Alfonso Ribero judge remaining celebrities after Katie Piper exit8h Updated Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Alfonso Ribero judge remaining celebrities after Katie Piper exit
The Independent
New category, 'Couple's Choice' will see two pairs each week perform a routine inspired by contemporary, commercial street or musical theatre dance
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David Byrne: ‘My agent says I’m having a Leonard Cohen moment’9h David Byrne: ‘My agent says I’m having a Leonard Cohen moment’
The Guardian
Milan’s most chi-chi restaurant is shut on Monday lunchtimes – unless you’re very special. Observer Food Monthly spends an afternoon in Byrne’s world Considering he once made an album called
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10h Good grief! Artists reimagine Peanuts – in pictures
The Guardian
From 1950 to 2000, Charles M Schulz’s daily comic strip Peanuts took the adventures of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus and Peppermint Patty around the globe. The cultural effect was profound: Snoopy was US astronauts’ official mascot, and in the 60s there was a campaign to elect him president. “Peanuts was more than just a charming comic strip,” says Claire Catterall, curator of a new exhibition celebrating Schulz’s creation. “It addressed some of life’s more dark and complex themes, such as anxiety, depression and failure, but did it in a way that was gentle and funny.” The show features the work of 20 contemporary artists. “These artists have all grown up with Peanuts,” says Catterall. “I hope their work inspires a new generation to discover it.”
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Cate Blanchett defends straight actors who play gay characters on screen11h Cate Blanchett defends straight actors who play gay characters on screen
The Independent
'I will fight to the death for the right to suspend disbelief and play roles beyond my experience'
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Fahrenheit 11/9 review – Michael Moore gets his voice back12h Fahrenheit 11/9 review – Michael Moore gets his voice back
The Guardian
The documentarist uses his trademark style to make an alarmingly persuasive case that US democracy is under threat It had become a little too easy to dismiss documentarian Michael Moore, on the strength of his fairly scattershot recent offerings.
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Shirkers: a movie mystery 25 years in the making12h Shirkers: a movie mystery 25 years in the making
The Guardian
In 1992, young-film-maker Sandi Tan’s debut feature was stolen by its director. Here, she tells the story of its surprise rediscovery and how it inspired her new documentary S
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Muqata’a: ‘Our music is a way to disrupt, to be a glitch in the system’13h Muqata’a: ‘Our music is a way to disrupt, to be a glitch in the system’
The Guardian
The Palestinian rapper on the power of Ramallah’s dance culture documented in a new film, Palestine Underground
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Marvel's Luke Cage cancelled by Netflix after two seasons14h Marvel's Luke Cage cancelled by Netflix after two seasons
The Independent
The streaming service cancelled 'Iron Fist' just last week
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Weather songs: The best music about metereololgy, from Rihanna to Bob Dylan, Bill Withers and Martha Reeves14h Weather songs: The best music about metereololgy, from Rihanna to Bob Dylan, Bill Withers and Martha Reeves
The Independent
From 'Umbrella' to 'Buckets of Rain', 'Ain't No Sunshine' and 'Heat Wave', atmospheric conditions provide an ever-ready metaphor for emotional turbulence
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House of Cards: Season-by-season guide as Claire Underwood takes the White House15h Updated House of Cards: Season-by-season guide as Claire Underwood takes the White House
The Independent
*Spoiler warning* The story so far as Robin Wright leads sixth and final instalment of explosive Netflix political drama
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Netflix TV shows: The 25 best series to watch on Netflix UK15h Updated Netflix TV shows: The 25 best series to watch on Netflix UK
The Independent
From 'The Crown' and 'Stranger Things' to 'Bojack Horseman' and 'Rick and Morty'
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Get the London look? Been So Long is a Michaela Coel musical in the midst of an identity crisis16h Get the London look? Been So Long is a Michaela Coel musical in the midst of an identity crisis
The Guardian
This new Netflix offering is more like a Children a Need song-and-dance episode of a soap you’ve never seen than the heartfelt drama it strives to be One of the hardest places to set a scene is modern-day Britain, and the shows that get it right do so because of carefully observed atmospheric details. In
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16h ‘The streets are haunted’ – Colm Tóibín explores literary Dublin
The Guardian
The house where Oscar Wilde grew up and where James Joyce was let down, the library where WB Yeats studied … the Irish capital is full with the ghosts of great writers There is a peculiar intensity about some streets in Dublin that gets more layered the longer you live in the city and the more stray memories and associations you build up. With time, thoughts thicken and become richer, connect more. On a busy day, nonetheless, it is possible to go into the General Post Office on O’Connell Street to post a letter or buy a TV licence and not think at all at first about the 1916 Rebellion, which used the post office as its headquarters, or about MacDonagh and MacBride, Connolly and Pearse, the men who led the Rebellion, or about Yeats’s lines:
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Strictly Come Dancing: Week 5 sees Fresh Prince's Alfonso Ribeiro judge the remaining 12 pairs after Katie Piper's elimination16h Strictly Come Dancing: Week 5 sees Fresh Prince's Alfonso Ribeiro judge the remaining 12 pairs after Katie Piper's elimination
The Independent
New category, 'Couple's Choice' will see two pairs each week perform a routine inspired by contemporary, commercial street or musical theatre dance
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17h Rick Astley: ‘What do I most dislike about my appearance? Nothing, I am gorgeous’
The Guardian
The singer on wanting to be a drummer, why he’s never had a proper job and why fame is a disappointment Born in Lancashire,
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17h Neneh Cherry on Trump, avoiding pop stardom and working with Four Tet
The Independent
The 54-year-old has found a home in multiple genres through her career. Now, she says her latest album 'Broken Politics' channels her anger at the state of US politics
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From Europe, with love: The collective spreading cheer to Brexit-weary Brits18h From Europe, with love: The collective spreading cheer to Brexit-weary Brits
The Independent
A duo known as Action Hero have been driving around Europe, recording love songs. Matt Trueman investigates ahead of their grand homecoming at the Bristol Old Vic
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Alternative Miss World contest - the night where bizarre is beautiful23h Alternative Miss World contest - the night where bizarre is beautiful
BBC
Andrew Logan's unclassifiable extravaganza returns to London to celebrate the rude, camp and improbable.
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Deaf dance troupe House of Krip seek to change perceptions24h Deaf dance troupe House of Krip seek to change perceptions
BBC
The House of Krip vogue dance troupe is challenging perceptions of deaf and disabled people.
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