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Kamal Ahmed: ‘We find it hard to talk about prejudice’ 13 Oct 2018, 1:00pm Kamal Ahmed: ‘We find it hard to talk about prejudice’
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The BBC journalist on his new memoir, his Sudanese roots, and why he doesn’t want to leave white people feeling guiltyKamal Ahmed, the BBC’s economics editor (soon to become
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British Brutalist buildings – in pictures 13 Oct 2018, 12:00pm British Brutalist buildings – in pictures
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The postwar years, says photographer Rob Clayton, were a unique period for architecture in Britain. Growing up in the 60s and 70s, he was in awe of the new wave of Brutalist buildings – social housing, universities, libraries, car parks – built for public use. To him, they represented hope for a better future, a feeling he has tried to capture in his project
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Mandy review – Nicolas Cage’s rage rings hollow 13 Oct 2018, 10:00am Mandy review – Nicolas Cage’s rage rings hollow
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Cage turns in a full-blooded turn as a lumberjack out for revenge, but this thriller is all style and no substanceSet in the Pacific north-west in 1983,
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Benjamin Myers on Durham: ‘I spent a lot of time up trees or trespassing on roofs’ 13 Oct 2018, 9:00am Benjamin Myers on Durham: ‘I spent a lot of time up trees or trespassing on roofs’
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The writer on growing up in the warm embrace of the suburbs and facing down skinheads with his hardcore punk band Mention Durham and people will inevitably think of two things: the ancient city with its stunning Norman architecture, the cathedral and university, or the coal-mining industry that flourished further out in colliery communities before being asphyxiated following
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13 Oct 2018, 9:00am Ones to watch: The Homesick
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An eccentric Dutch trio bringing a sense of humour – and some unusual transportation – to their scratchy, eclectic post-punk Driving around in a vintage, bright orange
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Derren Brown: Sacrifice – have the illusionist’s party tricks lost their shine? 13 Oct 2018, 6:00am Derren Brown: Sacrifice – have the illusionist’s party tricks lost their shine?
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Brown, once about entertainment and fun, has now restyled himself as an all-powerful, egocentric sage. And he’s lost his magic in the process
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How I write: Man Booker shortlist authors reveal their inspirations 13 Oct 2018, 4:00am How I write: Man Booker shortlist authors reveal their inspirations
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A former slave’s travels, a violent Swat-team arrest, a war between humans and trees... Esi Edugyan, Rachel Kushner, Daisy Johnson, Robin Robertson, Richard Powers and Anna Burns on the real stories behind their novels
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13 Oct 2018, 2:00am Neneh Cherry on Buffalo Stance, family ties and ‘coke’ for radio plays
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The counter-cultural icon contemplates everything from growing up in a commune to walking away from the 80s spotlight and her new album Broken Politics On the train to speak with Neneh Cherry about her fifth album, Broken Politics, I get an email from her publicist. “Just to let you know,” it says, “Neneh’s dad died yesterday.” It is hard to imagine anyone would be in the mood to talk to a journalist after hearing such news. The death of her mother Monica in 2009 floored the musician, something she wrote about on her 2014 album Blank Project (“Since our mother’s gone, it always seems to rain,” she sang on Across the Water); and earlier this year she also lost Judy Blame, the stylist and close friend who was instrumental in her image and helped to create 1989’s iconic Raw Like Sushi cover.
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