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The Great British Bake Off 2018: semi-final – as it happened 23 Oct 4:16pm The Great British Bake Off 2018: semi-final – as it happened
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It was semi-final time in the tent as Rahul, Kim-Joy, Briony and Ruby attempted to make a Parisian showstopper
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The Great British Bake Off 2018: semi-final – live! 23 Oct 4:14pm Updated The Great British Bake Off 2018: semi-final – live!
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It is semi-final time in the tent as Rahul, Kim-Joy, Briony and Ruby attempt to make a showstopper that is a Parisian patisserie staple
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23 Oct 10:50am Def Leppard, Tool and Slipknot to headline Download festival 2019
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Metal band Slipknot and prog-rock group Tool will also headline next year’s event in Leicestershire The UK’s largest rock and heavy metal festival has announced a trio of headliners for its 15th edition. They include
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23 Oct 9:33am Sega Mega Drive returns – but this is no retro toy
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The games console that brought us Sonic the Hedgehog is back as a high-end reproduction. Could it be better than the original? Nature abhors a vacuum – and so does the video games industry. Over the last year, Nintendo and Sony have each announced new versions of their classic consoles: the
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Take that, Charlie Brown! The artists putting the pain into Peanuts 23 Oct 8:54am Take that, Charlie Brown! The artists putting the pain into Peanuts
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Anxiety, misery, vanity, heartbreak … Snoopy and the gang were always darker than they appeared – which is why artists have reimagined them for our angst-ridden times Mel Brimfield is talking to her psychiatrist about a troubling childhood memory. “My father,” she relates, “would insist on eating his cornflakes one at a time on Christmas morning to delay the opening of the presents.” This recollection is contained in a speech bubble, one of many floating around an artwork she created called Mel Brimfield Is Nuts. “While I was aware that it would happen with ageing,” says another bubble, “my ever-increasing invisibility to men as a sexual prospect is hurtful.” Another upsetting memory reads: “I love my brother. I don’t know him any more.”
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23 Oct 8:30am Marianne Faithfull: the muse who made it on her own terms
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As the singer prepares to release her 21st album, we look back at a singular career marked by creative restlessness, personal troubles and triumphant reinventions If you’re looking for a study in contrasts, you could do worse than compare the two albums released this autumn with
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Sarah Silverman apologises after Louis CK masturbation comments 23 Oct 6:11am Sarah Silverman apologises after Louis CK masturbation comments
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Silverman apologised after she said she had given the comedian permission to masturbate in front of her and hoped he would able to discuss his sexual misconduct on stage Sarah Silverman has apologised after saying she wanted Louis CK to perform again and address the sexual misconduct claims made against him. Silverman told Howard Stern on his radio show that she thought Louis CK had “remorse” for his actions, almost a year after
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23 Oct 5:30am Kanye West donates $73,540 to Chicago mayoral candidate Amara Enyia
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Rapper becomes second high-profile musician to support outsider candidate, after Chance the Rapper ‘co-campaigns’ with Enyia Kanye West has donated $73,540 to Chicago mayoral candidate
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23 Oct 5:16am Strictly: BBC denies fixing allegation after Seann Walsh survives
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DJ Vick Hope, who was voted off Strictly Come Dancing this weekend, said she witnessed a ‘very strange’ conversation between the producers and judges before the comedian was saved The BBC has “categorically” denied an accusation that it fixed the result of Strictly Come Dancing after Seann Walsh and his dance partner, Katya Jones, were kept in the competition by the judges’ vote. The DJ Vick Hope, who was voted off the show on Saturday, complained about producers and the judging panel consulting before giving their verdicts on
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How we made Il Postino 23 Oct 1:00am How we made Il Postino
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‘At Massimo’s funeral, his film double walked behind the coffin in homage – and all the Neapolitans thought it was his ghost’
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