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Jonathan Meades on Jargon review – blisteringly brutal, clever and hilarious 27 May 6:30pm Jonathan Meades on Jargon review – blisteringly brutal, clever and hilarious
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Meades delivers his latest polemic, on how ‘the language of the trained liar’ has infected all aspects of life, in inimitable deadpan style
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Return colonial artefacts to build bridges post-Brexit, Olusoga says 27 May 3:49pm Return colonial artefacts to build bridges post-Brexit, Olusoga says
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Speaking at Hay festival, BBC historian says museums are full of objects from countries that are now trading partners British museums should send back thousands of objects taken from former colonies to help build bridges in the post-Brexit world, according to the historian
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How Fortnite conquered the world 27 May 2:00pm How Fortnite conquered the world
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Millions of teenagers have turned this unheralded video game into a cultural giant – and even parents are relaxed about itFortnite, a video game released without much fanfare last July, is now arguably the most popular diversion in the world; a cultural juggernaut on a par with
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Rupert Everett gears up for the next chapter: moving in with his mum 27 May 12:53pm Rupert Everett gears up for the next chapter: moving in with his mum
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Speaking at Hay festival about his latest film The Happy Prince, the star also explained how being openly gay got him typecast He has lived the wild life in Hollywood and New York, partied with Madonna, hung out with Andy Warhol, and sniffed poppers with Hardy Amies but Rupert Everett’s next chapter promises to be more sedate: he’s moving in with his mum. “It’s done, I’m there,” the actor told
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RuPaul’s Drag Race live review – a high-kicking carnival of charisma 27 May 8:20am RuPaul’s Drag Race live review – a high-kicking carnival of charisma
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Beyoncé, Tina Turner and The Exorcist are all paid glorious homage to as the talent show’s Werq the World Tour hits Britain RuPaul’s Drag Race has been one of the great successes of the last decade, in television and well beyond. The series, which esees a dozen or so drag queens battle it out each season to be crowned “America’s next drag superstar”, isn’t the first to bring drag into the mainstream, but it has certainly
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My best summer photograph: suckers, sizzlers and surfers 27 May 8:00am My best summer photograph: suckers, sizzlers and surfers
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The inflatable turtle of Guantánamo, the bed-infested fields of China, the strung-out octopus of the Med … Martin Parr, Joni Sternbach and other top photographers pick their hottest shot
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Andrew Davies to defend John Updike with Rabbit TV series 27 May 6:00am Andrew Davies to defend John Updike with Rabbit TV series
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Titan of television adaptations tells Hay festival he aims to ‘wipe out’ idea of Updike being a misogynist Andrew Davies,
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Grime MC Big Zuu: ‘The people’s response to Grenfell was way better than the government’s’ 27 May 5:00am Grime MC Big Zuu: ‘The people’s response to Grenfell was way better than the government’s’
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The west London MC reflects on Grenfell a year on, Jeremy Corbyn and grime’s resurgenceBig Zuu, 22, grew up in west London, and with his cousin
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Laura Linney on making her British stage debut 27 May 4:30am Laura Linney on making her British stage debut
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The US actor tells how a new adaption of Elizabeth Strout’s My Name Is Lucy Barton chimes with our uncertain timesid-morning in Brooklyn, New York and grey clouds are scudding across the sky above
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27 May 4:00am The 10 hottest films of the summer
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From the Jurassic World and Mamma Mia! sequels to indie horror, a proper romcom – and a massive shark – Observer writers pick the must-see releases of the season
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‘I did the best I could with what I had…’: writers on the Philip Roth they knew 27 May 3:00am ‘I did the best I could with what I had…’: writers on the Philip Roth they knew
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A daring explorer of ego is remembered by Robert McCrum, David Hare and Hannah Beckerman
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27 May 1:00am Sunday’s best TV: A Very English Scandal; Jonathan Meades on Jargon
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The excellent Russell T Davies dramatisation of the Jeremy Thorpe story continues and Jonathan Meades is back and in full rant mode
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Has it all gone Pete Tong for electronic dance music? 27 May 1:00am Has it all gone Pete Tong for electronic dance music?
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The fast-growing, all-conquering subculture appears to have hit a sales plateauWell, the party had to end sometime. The phenomenal rise of electronic dance music (EDM) may have entered a new, more mature phase, according to DJs and industry experts. After almost a decade of growth, in which the subculture has entered the mainstream, the size of the global EDM market dropped 2% to £5.5bn last year – its first ever fall.
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26 May 7:00pm Busking joins cashless society as musicians start using card readers
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London to introduce world’s first contactless payment scheme for street performers London is to introduce a contactless payment scheme for buskers in what organisers say is a world first.
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