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5h Golden Globe Awards 2021: Stars prepare for virtual ceremony
BBC
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler return to host the year's first major film and TV awards ceremony on Sunday.
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5h The Coven: a witchy dystopia that doesn’t quite go far enough
The Independent
Lizzie Fry’s debut novel takes place in an alternative Earth where misogyny is rampant, writes Olivia Campbell
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5h Tick tock: The company keeping Prague ticking along
The Independent
The family business, created in 1836, maintains some of the oldest clocks in Prague
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5h ‘Who or what killed the girls?’: The complicated truth behind the murder of two girls in India
The Independent
Two girls were found hanging from a tall mango tree in Uttar Pradesh, India. In her new book, journalist Sonia Faleiro explores the truth behind these murders, writes  Like Reply
5h Viet Thanh Nguyen’s The Committed takes the light out of Paris
The Independent
Nguyen’s sequel to the Pulitzer Prize-winning ‘The Sympathizer’ is even ‘brainier’, writes  Like Reply
7h Line of Duty: Date for series six of police corruption drama announced
BBC
Kelly Macdonald joins regulars Martin Compston and Vicky McClure when the BBC One drama returns.
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11h Updated Golden Globes: HFPA pledges to appoint black judge to voting panel amid diversity controversy
The Independent
Voting panel for award ceremony hasn’t contained a black judge since at least 2002, former president said
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12h Updated When will Line of Duty series six be on TV
The Independent
BBC police drama is due back on screens following pandemic-related delays
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12h When will Line of Duty series six be on TV?
The Independent
BBC police drama is returning to our screens following pandemic-related delays
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12h Line of Duty: BBC reveals season 6 launch date
The Independent
Police drama returns to screens at the end of March
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13h Nick Jonas: 5 things to know about tonight’s SNL host
The Independent
Musician is performing double duty as host and musical guest on this week’s episode of ‘Saturday Night Live’
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13h SNL: Who is hosting tonight’s show and what time is it on?
The Independent
Nick Jonas is featured this week both as host and as musical guest
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13h LeBron vs Zlatan: Who won the politics bout?
BBC
"I will never shut up," James tells Ibrahimovic in political activism spat.
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14h Piers Morgan praises ‘savage’ reply to Ian Brown’s anti-vaccination tweets
The Independent
Stone Roses frontman said he would never perform to a crowd who had been forced to get the coronavirus vaccine
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15h Jessie Ware: ‘I miss dancing and sweat, touch and body odour’
The Guardian
The singer, 36, on not going raving, her inspirational mum – and being licked by David Chappelle
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16h Updated Golden Globes 2021 predictions: Who will win and who should win?
The Independent
Despite the famously erratic decision-making making the winners hard to predict, Clarisse Loughrey goes through her predictions and hopes for this year’s ceremony
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17h ‘Record companies have me on a dartboard’: the man making millions buying classic hits
The Guardian
Hit songs can be a better investment than gold – and by snapping up the rights, Merck Mercuriadis has become the most disruptive force in music Merck Mercuriadis had a good Christmas. On Christmas Day, the No 1 song in the UK was LadBaby’s
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17h Classical home listening: Rachmaninov comes full circle; and an ear-bending piano recital
The Guardian
The Philadelphia Orchestra and Yannick Nézet-Séguin shine in the composer’s first symphony. Plus, ear-bending variations from Clare Hammond The 1897 premiere of Rachmaninov’s Symphony No 1 is always described as “a fiasco”. Whatever the reason – one explanation is that the conductor was drunk – Rachmaninov hid it away. He quoted it at the end of his life in the Symphonic Dances (1940), dedicated to the Philadelphia Orchestra, who gave the first performance. The orchestra’s new album,
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18h Updated Dancing on Ice: All the celebrities who have dropped out of the competition so far
The Independent
Five celebrities and two professional skaters have dropped out of the series so far
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18h Dancing on Ice 2021: All the injuries and setbacks as ITV brings final forward a week
The Independent
Five celebrities and two professional skaters have dropped out of the series so far
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19h Doctor Who: John Barrowman would love to see a trans or ‘gender non-specific’ Doctor replace Jodie Whittaker
The Independent
Actor said that show had made a ‘huge leap’ casting the first female Doctor and it was now ‘time for them to make another leap’
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19h Cardi B asks judge to drop defamation case against her as she accuses ‘racist MAGA supporters’ of money grabbing
The Independent
Rapper and her sister were sued after allegedly calling a group of Trump supporters racist
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19h Updated Face the Music: Why Sia’s dangerous film doesn’t deserve a Golden Globe
The Independent
The movie is up for two awards next week despite its troubling and misleading depictions of autism and restraint. This isn’t a cry for the singer’s cancellation, says  Like Reply
20h Updated Behind Her Eyes is TV with an identity crisis
The Independent
The hit Netflix series with the wild twist has had people asking if it’s homophobic, transphobic and more, but switching from relationship drama to supernatural sci-fi at the last minute is just taking viewers for a ride, says Micha Frazer-Carroll
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20h It’s time to face up to colourism | Candice Brathwaite
The Guardian
As I grew up, the majority of black women I saw on TV were fair skinned. Those who looked like me were never cast as the lead I’ve been building a profile as a writer and broadcaster long enough to know that there will be public storms. Some creep up on you, others you sense brewing, and some have been lingering in the background for a lifetime. A couple of weeks ago, I posted on social media about having “lost out” on hosting a documentary to a lighter-skinned black woman. The subject of the documentary was maternal mortality in the UK, and the harrowing fact that black women are
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20h Seven ways to cope until the end of lockdown
The Guardian
The end may now be in sight, but there are still frustrating months ahead. From new recipes to letter writing and Lego, writers including Matt Haig and Philippa Perry share their strategies I always think it is interesting that arguably the most hopeful song of the 20th century – “Over the Rainbow” – arrived in arguably its darkest year.
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21h Updated All the festivals planning to go ahead this summer, from Reading and Leeds to Parklife
The Independent
Boris Johnson announced plans to lift limits on social contact from 21 June at the earliest
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21h Delroy Lindo: ‘The British empire informs how racism manifests in the UK’
The Independent
The Oscar-tipped star of Da 5 Bloods grew up in south London but left Britain behind as a young boy to make it in Hollywood. He talks to Annabel Nugent about awards snubs, historical correctives and why his Trump-supporting character in Spike Lee’s film represents a vulnerability to ‘being lied to’ that some Black voters had to the former president’s message
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21h Streaming: enjoy a feast of new films at Glasgow film festival 2021
The Guardian
This year’s virtual edition of an often overlooked festival is streaming an exceptional lineup of acclaimed movies yet to be seen in the UK While cinemas and their release calendars continue to hover uncertainly in the pandemic confusion, film festivals are adapting impressively to the home-viewing model. On the heels of Sundance’s successful virtual edition, the
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22h A Still Life by Josie George review – memoir of a mystery illness
The Guardian
The honesty and clarity of the writing in this account elevates what could have been a ‘misery memoir’ into something moving and joyous Josie George doesn’t know what’s wrong with her. The doctors don’t know either, though for 30-odd years they’ve been coming up with different ideas. Any exertion or stimulation exhausts her. There are times when she’s too weak to leave the house. A single mum with a nine-year-old son and a mobility scooter, she never knows how her health will be from one day to the next. It sounds like the material for a misery memoir. But the miracle of
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23h TV tonight: Finnish thriller Man in Room 301 begins
The Guardian
12 years after the tragic death of two-year-old Tommi, his family believe they have spotted his killer in this new drama. Plus: the story of Zara and Anne. Here’s what to watch this evening
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26 Feb 7:35pm Monsters, mania and the unstoppable march of Pokémon
BBC
Several waves of Pokémania have swept the globe, keeping this lucrative franchise relevant for 25 years.
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26 Feb 7:01pm Golden Globes: Celebrity make-up artists on their job in the pandemic
BBC
Hollywood make-up artists on their experiences of working in the time of Covid-19.
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