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18 Feb 5:59pm Baftas 2018: Three Billboards wins best film and Ridley Scott honoured – as it happened
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It’s Shape of Water v Three Billboards v Darkest Hour as the British film establishment gets together for its big awards night
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Baftas 2018: Joanna Lumley’s debut and the winners as they happen – live! 18 Feb 5:20pm Updated Baftas 2018: Joanna Lumley’s debut and the winners as they happen – live!
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It’s Shape of Water v Three Billboards v Darkest Hour as the British film establishment gets together for its big awards night
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Bafta awards 2018: Joanna Lumley’s debut and the winners as they happen – live! 18 Feb 4:49pm Bafta awards 2018: Joanna Lumley’s debut and the winners as they happen – live!
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It’s Shape of Water v Three Billboards v Darkest Hour as the British film establishment gets together for its big awards night
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18 Feb 4:09pm The full list of winners at the Baftas 2018 film awards
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Will Shape of Water swan off with the most Baftas? Or will Three Billboards put up a good show? All the winners updated as they are announced
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The full list of winners at the Baftas 2018 film awards - as they happen 18 Feb 3:43pm Updated The full list of winners at the Baftas 2018 film awards - as they happen
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Will Shape of Water swan off with the most Baftas? Or will Three Billboards put up a good show? All the winners updated as they are announced
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Bafta awards 2018: the frocks, the speeches and Joanna Lumley – live! 18 Feb 3:38pm Updated Bafta awards 2018: the frocks, the speeches and Joanna Lumley – live!
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It’s Shape of Water v Three Billboards v Darkest Hour as the British film establishment gets together for its big awards night
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18 Feb 1:49pm Updated Baftas 2018: the frocks, the speeches and Joanna Lumley – live!
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It’s Shape of Water v Three Billboards v Darkest Hour as the British film establishment get together for its big awards night
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Book clinic: how do I get my teenage son interested in reading? 18 Feb 7:00am Book clinic: how do I get my teenage son interested in reading?
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From a modern classic by Nick Hornby to a rock memoir, our expert suggests books for reluctant bibliophiles
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On my radar: Tracey Thorn’s cultural highlights 18 Feb 5:00am On my radar: Tracey Thorn’s cultural highlights
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The singer and author on 70s clubland, the photography of Andreas Gursky and a musical about a Sheffield drag queen
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The Shape of Water review – a seductively melancholy creature feature 18 Feb 4:00am The Shape of Water review – a seductively melancholy creature feature
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Guillermo del Toro’s magical movie, a cold war thriller, is underpinned by a superb cast and knowing nods to Hollywood classics In my opinion, the 21st century has produced no finer movie than
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18 Feb 4:00am Cancer, Clare and me: actor Greg Wise on the death of his sister
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A year after the death of his beloved sister, Wise talks about caring for Clare in her last days, and the blog, now a book, they wrote together It is more than a year since Clare Wise, sister of the actor Greg Wise, died of cancer. She lived just down the street from the West Hampstead house her brother shares with his wife, Emma Thompson, and their daughter, Gaia. As Greg opens his front door and leads the way into his kitchen, one can see, within minutes, why he was such an indispensable carer to his sister during the last weeks of her life. Today, he has organised elevenses with good coffee and patisserie. As an actor, he is routinely cast as a reprobate (Mountbatten in
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18 Feb 3:00am Lady Bird review – a magical portrait of adolescence
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Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf are electric as warring daughter and mother in Greta Gerwig’s beautifully observed comedy-drama In the conversations that have ushered in its theatrical release,
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The week in podcasts: This Is Love; The Hotbed: Swipe Left Swipe Left! 18 Feb 2:00am The week in podcasts: This Is Love; The Hotbed: Swipe Left Swipe Left!
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Radiotopia’s new series investigates the mystery of love, while Swipe Left Swipe Left! scores a first with a podcast that’s actually sexy
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18 Feb 1:00am Will Self: ‘I’m fitter than I’ve ever been’
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The novelist, 56, on the health benefits of eating less and walking more When I was a child and my parents separated, I went on walking holidays with my dad. My rubric’s always been to walk from home – I’m not a rambler. It’s about a sense of being and place and engagement with the environment around me. I like wild swimming, particularly in the sea – I swim out, then float and look at the horizon. I think that’s extremely good for the imagination. I still cycle even though I was knocked off my bike a few years ago, but mostly in the summer – it’s too dangerous in the winter in London.
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Actors and activists join forces on Bafta red carpet to call time on sexism 17 Feb 7:05pm Actors and activists join forces on Bafta red carpet to call time on sexism
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Gemma Arterton, Tessa Thompson, Gemma Chan and Jodie Whittaker are among 190 signatories of letter demanding end to abuse and inequality The most famous female stars of British film were set to stand together, each dressed in black, on Bafta’s red carpet outside London’s Royal Albert Hall, many accompanied by feminist activists rather than by their partners.
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