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New York attorney general files suit against Harvey Weinstein and company 11 Feb 5:39pm New York attorney general files suit against Harvey Weinstein and company
The Guardian
Lawsuit against Harvey and Bob Weinstein and their film company alleges a hostile work environment and pattern of sexual harassment New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman has filed a lawsuit against disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein, his brother Bob Weinstein and their film production company alleging serious violations of civil rights, human rights and state business laws.
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New York state sues Weinstein Company 11 Feb 5:21pm Updated New York state sues Weinstein Company
BBC
Prosecutors sue the Weinstein Company, alleging the studio failed to protect employees from Harvey Weinstein.
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McMafia recap – series one, episode eight 11 Feb 5:00pm McMafia recap – series one, episode eight
The Guardian
Alex’s trip to the dark side looks to be complete, but will Vadim get the jump on him and does he have the guts to do what is necessary? McMafia concludes Coming into this final episode, it wasn’t easy to predict in what manner it would resolve matters. Was Alex hurtling towards personal tragedy? Would there be a violent crescendo, involving multiple, fearsome players including Kleiman and the Mexicans? Would Vadim, with nothing left to lose, unleash hell? In the event, it did not pan out as spectacularly as that. There was a strange inevitability about this last episode, its lessons twofold - that power is temporary and that those who seek it are weakened, rather than strengthened by family ties.
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11 Feb 3:32pm Has The Crown made corgis more popular?
BBC
The Pembroke corgi breed has been removed from a list of breeds at risk.
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11 Feb 11:40am Yardie actor on Idris Elba proposal: I had tears in my eyes
BBC
Adnan Mustafa is an actor in Idris Elba's new film Yardie. He says nobody expected the director to propose to his girlfriend during yesterday's screening.
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Peter Rabbit film facing boycott over controversial 'food allergy bullying' scene 11 Feb 9:39am Peter Rabbit film facing boycott over controversial 'food allergy bullying' scene
The Independent
'It is disrespectful to the families of those that have lost loved ones to anaphylaxis'
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11 Feb 9:22am Idris Elba proposes to his beauty queen girlfriend at screening of his new film
The Independent
'She said yes and there was much clapping and cheering'
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11 Feb 8:37am Jóhann Jóhannsson: the late Icelandic composer who made loss sublime
The Guardian
Best known for his film scores, Jóhannsson’s earlier electronic and classical work confronted existential horror Despite its regular use during inspiring moments on nature documentaries, Jóhann Jóhannsson never made music that’s particularly easy listening on its own – and Lord, it’s tough listening to him now. After hearing of his
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Book clinic: why are some titles changed from country to country? 11 Feb 7:00am Book clinic: why are some titles changed from country to country?
The Guardian
This week, our expert discusses the importance of book titles and why they are sometimes changed for overseas editions
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Karl Ove Knausgaard: ‘Contemporary fiction is overrated’ 11 Feb 6:00am Karl Ove Knausgaard: ‘Contemporary fiction is overrated’
The Guardian
The author famed for his self-revelation explains why his new series forsakes inner turmoil to focus on the outside world
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11 Feb 5:00am Daisy May Cooper: ‘People shout “Kerry!” out of car windows. I might change my name by deed poll’
The Guardian
The actor and writer on the return of her cult sitcom This Country, shopping at Sports Direct and college days with James Norton Writer and actor Daisy May Cooper, 31, is co-creator of
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Loveless review – a lost boy in a toxic world 11 Feb 4:00am Loveless review – a lost boy in a toxic world
The Guardian
A child’s disappearance is the catalyst for a savage indictment of family breakdown in Andrey Zvyagintsev’s mesmerising, Oscar-nominated film There is an early image in Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Oscar-nominated
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11 Feb 4:00am Ruth Wilson: ‘The industry sells sex… and that’s confusing’
The Guardian
Soon to be seen in Dark River, a bleak picture of a farming family at loggerheads, the actor talks people-puzzles, #MeToo, and playing her own grandmotherRuth Wilson shot the scene in which she nonchalantly skins a rabbit in the film
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‘Reason is non-negotiable’: Steven Pinker on the Enlightenment 11 Feb 3:00am ‘Reason is non-negotiable’: Steven Pinker on the Enlightenment
The Guardian
In an extract from his new book Enlightenment Now, the Harvard psychologist extols the relevance of 18th-century thinking
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Brave by Rose McGowan review – damn right she’s angry 11 Feb 3:00am Brave by Rose McGowan review – damn right she’s angry
The Guardian
The actor’s courage is palpable in this exposé that condemns Hollywood misogyny and the ‘monster’Whatever else might be said about her, few could deny that actor Rose McGowan (
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Alexander Skarsgård: ‘Hollywood is very silly. People are so anxious’ | Tim Lewis 11 Feb 2:00am Alexander Skarsgård: ‘Hollywood is very silly. People are so anxious’ | Tim Lewis
The Guardian
The True Blood actor takes glee in pricking the pomposity of his profession and wonders if he should be an architect instead When
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Roma Agrawal: ‘Structural engineers are unsung heroes’ 11 Feb 2:00am Roma Agrawal: ‘Structural engineers are unsung heroes’
The Guardian
The Shard engineer has long been fascinated by the technical ingenuity of design. Now she wants to help us see the built environment with similar wonder Roma Agrawal likes to stroke concrete. Her snaps from a holiday in Italy are of arches and bricks (“so many different types of arches,” she enthuses, “so many different types of bricks”). A typical leisure activity – “a few weekends of good geeky fun” – is building a large Lego model of Big Ben. The man who is now her husband, whom she initially disparaged to her friends as “Flirtman”, wooed her by sending daily emails on a “Bridge of the Day”. (“An example of why you should do a proper damping analysis,” read the first, which was about the
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Sunday’s best TV: McMafia; Survival of the Fittest 11 Feb 1:00am Sunday’s best TV: McMafia; Survival of the Fittest
The Guardian
The Russian underworld drama climaxes at last and there’s a new Love Island ahoy in the South African savannah
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Theory of Everything composer dies 10 Feb 8:46pm Theory of Everything composer dies
BBC
The death of the award-winning musician Jóhann Jóhannsson shocks the music and film industry.
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Sharing the spotlight: Could West End job shares help actors? 10 Feb 7:43pm Sharing the spotlight: Could West End job shares help actors?
BBC
Mums and dads working as actors say they're being forced out of the industry.
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Iolanthe provides a last hurrah for witty, inventive stage designer 10 Feb 7:05pm Iolanthe provides a last hurrah for witty, inventive stage designer
The Guardian
The creations of Paul Brown, who died last year, will star in ENO’s new version of Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic
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10 Feb 7:04pm Scorsese to team up with British writer for epic take on the Romans
The Guardian
US director Martin Scorsese and British writer Michael Hirst will focus on youth and vitality of ancient Rome’s rulersHis epic saga
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