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"30.03.2017 15:26:52" theguardian.com Katy Perry among 86 artists announced for Glastonbury 2017 Pop superstar joins Solange, Barry Gibb, the xx, Biffy Clyro, Stormzy and the Jacksons down on Worthy Farm Katy Perry among 86 artists announced for Glastonbury 2017
"30.03.2017 14:13:25" theguardian.com Derek Hudson's best photograph: a Death Squad mercenary stops for lunch in El Salvador 'I bought him a beer and took three shots before he went ballistic' "I bought him a beer and took three shots before he went ballistic"
"30.03.2017 13:06:22" theguardian.com Adam Diment, the superstar spy novelist who vanished for four decades Once a million-selling man about town, he has cultivated obscurity for many years. But that may be set to change as his books are readied for republication Once a million-selling man about town, Adam Diment has cultivated obscurity for many years
"30.03.2017 12:12:10" The Guardian Alice Lowe, the writer, director and star of Prevenge joins Kate Hutchinson to talk about the films that have inspired her. Join the conversation by leaving a question or comment below Alice Lowe, the writer, director and star of Prevenge joins Kate Hutchinson to talk about the films that have inspired her. Join the conversation by leaving a question or comment below
"30.03.2017 12:07:58" theguardian.com Where shows go to die and then don't – why we should all celebrate Channel 5's birthday The channel that gave us comedy budgies, Keith Chegwin naked and Touch the Truck is turning 20. But it hasn't all been bad – and these days Five's even making money Why we should all celebrate Channel 5's birthday
"30.03.2017 11:04:45" theguardian.com Douglas Coupland: 'The nine to five is barbaric' The Generation X author on the future of work and how we've all turned into millennials "I wish I could say that in the future there will be no meetings, but there will always be meetings"
"30.03.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com Cannes film festival accused of airbrushing star Claudia Cardinale Festival's 70th anniversary poster features a young Cardinale, whose waist has been narrowed and thighs made slimmer Cannes film festival accused of airbrushing star Claudia Cardinale
"30.03.2017 09:29:17" Timeline Photos Kate Hutchinson is chatting to English actress and writer Alice Lowe live at 1pm GMT today on The Guardian Facebook page.
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"30.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Pet Shop Boys – 10 of the best Beneath the bright pop surface, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe's long career of anthemic dance music fizzes with personal reflections, political ideas and cultural references "Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe's long career of anthemic dance music fizzes with personal reflections, political ideas and cultural references"
"30.03.2017 08:00:00" theguardian.com Emma Thompson attacks 'evil' Hollywood pressure on women to be thin Thompson reveals she almost quit 2008 film Brideshead Revisited after a co-star was asked to lose weight "There was a wonderful actress I was working with on Brideshead Revisited, and the producers said, 'Will you lose some weight?"
"29.03.2017 22:00:01" theguardian.com Bittersweet home Alabama: S-Town, the next podcast from the makers of Serial What started as a rambling email turned into a real-life drama full of murder, grief and antique clocks. The producers of This American Life and Serial, Brian Reed and Julie Snyder, explain their latest long-form audio adventure "What started as a rambling email turned into a real-life drama full of murder, grief and antique clocks"
"29.03.2017 21:00:14" theguardian.com Where have all the cowboys gone? California's country music scene is fading Once a hotbed for distinctively different country talent such as Merle Haggard and Buck Owens, in 2017 many of the state's musicians are leaving to make it big "Where have all the cowboys gone?"
"29.03.2017 20:08:46" theguardian.com The 10 greatest second world war films you haven't seen Some lesser-known wartime stories, such as Japan's The Burmese Harp and the German-made Generation War, rank alongside the classics "The war touched every life differently, so it's no wonder authors and film-makers keep returning to it"
"29.03.2017 19:03:23" theguardian.com The Good Fight: a courtroom drama for the era of Trump and fake news The Good Wife spinoff maintains the high standards and agenda-setting of its parent show – while adding police brutality, corporate evil and white privilege "The Good Wife spinoff maintains the high standards and agenda-setting of its parent show – while adding police brutality, corporate evil and white privilege"
"29.03.2017 18:02:50" theguardian.com Barclay Crenshaw built an empire from nothing. Is he the next unlikely hip-hop star? Claude VonStroke came from obscurity to win Best DJ over the Chainsmokers. Can he pull off the same trick in a new genre with a new stage name? "When the Chainsmokers come on the radio with my kids in the car, I turn it down and say, I won Best DJ over them"
"29.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com 24: Legacy's Corey Hawkins: 'These questions are atrocious!' Can the star of the 24 reboot fill Jack Bauer's shoes? He takes our quiz to find out how will he fare against awol presidents, pumas in the Oval Office and deadly steaks "I think I'd be really interested to see what Steve Bannon does..."
"29.03.2017 16:00:00" theguardian.com Ghost in the Shell review – Scarlett Johansson remake lacks mystery Johansson does cyberbattle in a westernised reimagining of the Japanese anime classic that is watchable but sacrifices the original's cult opacity "This movie gives us the shell, but not so much of the ghost"
"29.03.2017 15:00:00" theguardian.com Don't think twice, oh, all right: Dylan finally agrees to collect Nobel prize Singer to accept prize in 'small and intimate' Stockholm setting having turned down invitation to official ceremony last year Don't think twice, oh, all right
"29.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com Nerd-shamers and perverts: why University Challenge is going viral With his emphatic answering style, Eric Monkman is the latest contestant on the show to light up Twitter. But too often, the contestants are mocked for their eccentric brilliance – or worse, leched over "Judging someone based on how they answer under intense pressure on a TV show recorded against the clock is as sensible as choosing friends on the basis of their passport photos"
"29.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Cristian Mungiu: 'We were called the sacrifice generation – and so were our parents' He grew up in post-communist Romania and his films capture the anxieties of a society emerging from Soviet rule. Cristian Mungiu talks freedom, corruption and parenthood "We were called the sacrifice generation – and so were our parents"
"29.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com True Detective season three: what HBO needs to fix to do the show justice After a poorly received second outing, the detective show could return for a third run. Here's a rundown of what they need to rectify before it could return "There's no bandwidth for that right now..." What HBO needs to fix to do True Detective season three justice
"29.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com Don Juan in Soho review – David Tennant dazzles as a desolate hedonist Tennant brings a beguiling, fleet-footed charm to Molière's libertine, reinvented as DJ in Patrick Marber's subversive update "What is unnerving is Tennant's capacity to make us empathise with an impenitent egotist driven by sexual obsession"
"29.03.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com Darlene Cates dies aged 69: 'Best acting mom I ever had,' says Leonardo DiCaprio Oscar-winning actor pays tribute to 'endearing personality and incredible talent' of What's Eating Gilbert Grape co-star "The best acting mom I ever had"
"29.03.2017 09:01:31" theguardian.com Rio Ferdinand: Being Mum and Dad review – a moving account of loss The footballer invites the cameras in to witness him dealing with grief after the death of his wife. It is a bold and important film "A moving account of loss"
"29.03.2017 08:00:00" theguardian.com DJ Octo Octa on coming out as transgender: 'Everyone was confused, then it was OK' Maya Bouldry-Morrison's first album since publicly transitioning presents her confident self to the world – and the new tracks mirror her progression from past anxiety to upbeat present "Not all clubs everywhere have an inviting community of people inside"
"28.03.2017 22:27:59" theguardian.com David Storey: an instinctive writer who portrayed a divided soul and country Storey, who has died at the age of 83, had a natural understanding of theatre and strived to resolve the tensions of his life through his plays "An instinctive writer who portrayed a divided soul and country"
"28.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Feminism doesn't need more female statues – it needs political action Bulgarian artist Erka has rightly protested against Sofia's total lack of statues of women by erecting her own pop-up versions. But permanent statues don't advance feminism – they trap people in the past "Permanent statues don't advance feminism. They trap people in the past"
"28.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com A trippy, decadent fever dream: why Legion is the best superhero show on TV Influenced by Stanley Kubrick and Wes Anderson, Noah Hawley's series takes the meta smarts of Logan and Deadpool and runs with it Why is Legion the best superhero show on TV?
"28.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Wire on Wire – the five songs that define their career To mark their 40th anniversary, the band discuss the evolution of their sound and pick five crucial recordings, from then to now "It's gratifying when people say our new stuff is as good as anything we've done"
"28.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com 'Their message is urgent': the Holocaust survivor and his 7,000 pieces of antisemitic propaganda When Arthur Langerman was two, his parents were sent to Auschwitz. As his collection of antisemitic works opens in Normandy, he explains his obsession When Arthur Langerman was two, his parents were sent to Auschwitz. As his collection of antisemitic works opens in Normandy, he explains his obsession
"28.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com Blitz spirit: the queer art underground of 1980s London – in pictures From Derek Jarman and Gilbert and George to Maggi Hambling and Cerith Wyn Evans, David Gwinnutt photographed a generation of young gay artists as they transformed film, fashion and painting Blitz spirit: the queer art underground of 1980s London
"28.03.2017 16:00:00" theguardian.com Dystopian dreams: how feminist science fiction predicted the future From Mary Shelley to Margaret Atwood, feminist science fiction writers have imagined other ways of living that prompt us to ask, could we do things differently? "Everyone's shining city on a hill is someone else's hell on earth"
"28.03.2017 15:00:00" theguardian.com My life with Oliver Sacks: 'He was the most unusual person I had ever known' In this extract from his memoir, Bill Hayes, partner of Oliver Sacks, recalls the neurologist's unworldly charm, their remarkable stay with Björk in Iceland, and the dignity of Sacks's final weeks "He was the most unusual person I had ever known"
"28.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com Geena Davis: 'Thelma & Louise changed everything for me' It was the moment she realised how few inspiring women there are on screen. Now the actor is on a mission to fix that "I got cool parts and was like, even if there's a problem for women when they get older, it's not going to impact on me"
"28.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com How we made the typeface Comic Sans 'The level of hatred was amazing and quite funny. I couldn't believe people could get so worked up about a font' "I couldn't believe people could get so worked up about a font"
"28.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Goodbye? Adele 'may never tour again' after 15 months on the road British star says she isn't sure long stints away from home are her 'bag' as she returns to UK for final four concerts in world tour "I'm not sure if touring is my bag"
"28.03.2017 11:30:00" theguardian.com Man Booker International prize and Dorthe Nors – books podcast This week's podcast heads abroad as we look at the longlist for this year's Man Booker International prize and speak to longlisted author Dorthe Nors This week's Guardian book podcast features a look at the longlist for this year's Man Booker International prize and a chat with longlisted author Dorthe Nors about her novel Mirror, Shoulder, Signal
"28.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com Harlots: a blast of grim authenticity from ITV – or just period porn? From Ripper Street to Black Sails, costume dramas are obsessed with street walkers and depravity. As Harlots muscles in, we ask: why is TV obsessed with sex workers from any century but this one? "Why is TV obsessed with sex workers from any century but this one?"
"28.03.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com 'I crawled on my knees to Kylie' – the inside story of Stock, Aitken and Waterman To mark the publication of a pictorial history of the songwriters Mike Stock talks about the 'Hit Factory' years "What people are saying now are things we already knew – that the songs are more complex than people think, the structures are more difficult than they imagine, the musicality is deeper"
"28.03.2017 08:58:41" theguardian.com Paul Auster on City of Glass on stage: 'This goes beyond the realms of my imagination' No one thought his metaphysical thriller could work as a play. But technology has made it possible. We meet Paul Auster as he takes a VR trip inside his own head – and recalls what he learned from Beckett while penniless in Paris "The strangeness of the everyday is very hard to capture"
"27.03.2017 16:00:00" theguardian.com The Handmaid's Tale: Elisabeth Moss stars in disturbing first full trailer – video The brutality of Margaret Atwood's 1985 novel The Handmaid's Tale is brought to life in a film starring Elizabeth Moss, released in the US on 26 April The brutality of Margaret Atwood's 1985 novel The Handmaid's Tale is brought to life
"27.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Hyperreal visions of the world's most northerly town – in pictures In her series This Is Not Real Life, photographer Dominika Gesicka celebrates the stark beauty of the Svalbard archipelago In her series This Is Not Real Life, photographer Dominika Gesicka celebrates the stark beauty of the Svalbard archipelago
"27.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com From War Horse to Wolf Hall: the secret alchemy of stage lighting How a play is lit changes not only how it looks but how we feel about it. Top designers Paule Constable and Mark Henderson discuss mysteries of the craft "Your job is to be invisible, in a way"
"27.03.2017 10:00:30" theguardian.com The muse and the monster: Fassbinder's favourite star on surviving his abuse He tormented his actors, threw drinks at his cameraman, and died of an overdose at 37, leaving behind two dead lovers – and an extraordinary body of work. As a Fassbinder season begins at the BFI, Hanna Schygulla reveals how she survived Rainer Werner Fassbinder tormented his actors, threw drinks at his cameraman, and died of an overdose at 37, leaving behind two dead lovers – and an extraordinary body of work
"26.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com CHiPs review – timid, off-colour cops-on-bikes remake This comic-ironic remake of the old TV show never quite thrums into life, and contains a few horribly misjudged moments "On yer bike"
"26.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Rotten Tomatoes: is the semi-fresh aggregation site really destroying cinema? | Peter Bradshaw Batman v Superman producer Brett Ratner is right to address the site's dumbing down of film criticism, but his negative review is also a case of sour grapes "Batman v Superman producer Brett Ratner is right to address the site's dumbing down of film criticism, but his negative review is also a case of sour grapes"
"26.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com Free Fire director Ben Wheatley: 'I built the set in Minecraft' His last film, High Rise, was about societal meltdown. His latest is an absurdist action flick about a gun deal gone wrong. To bring order to the chaos, he mapped it out in 3D first ... "I'm very influenced by Tom & Jerry. I like the rise and the fall. The run of steps up then whoosh, down you go"
"26.03.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com Take That: Wonderland first-listen review – the boyband equivalent of a Reliant Robin This album of laser-guided, focus-grouped anthems, built around chant-heavy choruses, seems precision-tooled for the accompanying arena tour "The boyband equivalent of a Reliant Robin"
"26.03.2017 08:00:00" theguardian.com Another Mother's Son review – moving drama on a forgotten occupation Jenny Seagrove excels in this true-life tale of a mother who hides a fugitive Russian in the Channel Islands during the second world war "A decent, heartfelt, robustly presented drama"
"26.03.2017 08:00:00" theguardian.com Jami Attenberg: 'I wanted to see if there were other happy endings for single women' The books interview: the US writer on epic plots, small moments and creating tricky, independent heroines "I wanted to see if there were other happy endings for single women"
"26.03.2017 06:00:00" theguardian.com Scarlett Thomas: Why I was wrong about children's fiction Once, I banned my students from writing them. Now I see the magic and joy in children's stories "Once, I banned my students from writing them. Now I see the magic and joy in children's stories"
"25.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Invade and conquer: film's grisly return to body horror Get Out, Life and Alien: Covenant are gruesome reminders that being taken over by someone (or something) else is as terrifying as ever. Spoilers ahead Invade and conquer: film's grisly return to body horror
"25.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com After Eden: the other reality TV shows that nobody watched Channel 4's survival show Eden went off the air without telling its stars – but it's just the latest in a series of embarrassing reality TV flops, featuring fake astronauts and an orangutan tug-of-war "Eden feels like the perfect allegory for our self-obsessed times"
"25.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com Macca's banjo, Mellotron and a Monkee: the story of George Harrison's Wonderwall Music Almost 50 years ago, the Beatle stepped aside from the planet's biggest band to create the soundtrack to Joe Massot's movie Wonderwall. With the help of India's finest musicians, he invented the idea of the world music crossover "That it later lent its name to a Britpop anthem is easily the least interesting thing about it"
"25.03.2017 15:00:01" theguardian.com How celebrity deals are shutting children's authors out of their own trade As Frank Lampard, George Galloway and Cara Delevingne land big-money book deals, established writers look on from the fringes – or turn away altogether "The massive advances mean publishers put all their marketing into making these books work in order to earn back the investment"
"25.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com 'Make it like the wind, Angelo': How the Twin Peaks soundtrack came to haunt music for 30 years Just as David Lynch's series inspired a new form of TV, so Angelo Badalamenti's soundtrack has echoed down the decades, acquiring a life of its own 'Make it like the wind, Angelo': How the Twin Peaks soundtrack came to haunt music for 30 years
"25.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Go fullscreen: can Hollywood fight back against Netflix? In the age of streaming and smartphones, cinema's power of immersion is more precious than ever "In the age of streaming and smartphones, cinema's power of immersion is more precious than ever"
"25.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com The Hatton Garden movies: how the British crime film lost its bottle Upcoming films based on the jewellery burglary give us caricatured old-school villains and semi-fictional nostalgia – the perfect fit for Brexit Britain "Upcoming films based on the jewellery burglary give us caricatured old-school villains and semi-fictional nostalgia – the perfect fit for Brexit Britain"
"25.03.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com Andy Warhol's Electric Chair, 1964: a dark mirror to pop art Part of the artist's Death and Disaster series, Warhol counterpointed the vibrancy of his famous works with the bleak underbelly of popular culture Andy Warhol's Electric Chair, 1964: a dark mirror to pop art
"25.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com James Blunt: The Afterlove review – slightly desperate and actively risible a few years ago, James Blunt has proved he can do more than just mewl about pretty women and give cockney rhyming slang a new lease of life. But can he carry the genuinely entertaining Blunt 2.0 over into his songcraft? Will he even try? Judging by the "It smacks of a desire to edge on to Radio 1 playlists and into student nights incognito, but only serves to highlight how irritating the sound has become"
"24.03.2017 22:00:00" theguardian.com From the ring to the octagon: when a boxing writer spent six months in MMA I hadn't paid much attention to UFC until I was asked to write a book with fighter Dan Hardy. The sport won me over, but boxing will always be my true love "I hadn't paid much attention to UFC until I was asked to write a book with fighter Dan Hardy. The sport won me over, but boxing will always be my true love"
"24.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com 'The blues still stands for authenticity': my Mississippi road trip Inspired by fragments of lyrics and old recordings, novelist Hari Kunzru set off through America's deep south "The blues still stands for authenticity"
"24.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Martin Crimp: 'I wrote a play called Cruel and Tender – I hope to be both' Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley have starred in his bleakly funny, sometimes dowright horrible plays. As The Treatment is revived at the Almeida, Martin Crimp talks about how his work can scandalise and surprise "It's got harder to write and easier to write well"
"24.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com The Age of Shadows review – handsome 1920s double-agent spy drama Set in Japanese-occupied Korea, Kim Jee-woon's violent tale delivers bang for its buck in the form of brash action sequences and a chase on a train "It certainly believes in giving the audience bang for their buck"
"24.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com Refuge and rebellion: how queer artists worked in the shadow of the law Fifty years after homosexuality was decriminalised, a new Tate Britain exhibition uncovers the stories of the LGBT artists who were branded criminals Fifty years after homosexuality was decriminalised, a new Tate Britain exhibition uncovers the stories of the LGBT artists who were branded criminals
"24.03.2017 16:00:00" theguardian.com A rapper called Dave: the 'normal' Streatham boy who's on Drake's radar He's the next young British MC to get props from the hip-hop megastar but his cerebral songs about panic attacks and his family stand up on their own "He's the next young British MC to get props from the hip-hop megastar but his cerebral songs about panic attacks and his family stand up on their own"
"24.03.2017 15:00:00" theguardian.com Julie's Greenroom: Julie Andrews + Henson puppets = one of our favourite things Fraulein Maria is back on song with this 'behind-the-scenes' of a musical theatre workshop show featuring A-list special guests "What the world needs now is a cuddle, a milky drink and Julie Andrews"
"24.03.2017 14:46:07" The Guardian Mass Effect Andromeda is here and romance is in the air. Jordan Erica Webber is joined by Holly Nielsen and the developer of Kitty Powers Matchmaker Richard Franke to guide you through the world of intergalactic dating. Need some advice? Leave a comment Mass Effect Andromeda is here and romance is in the air. Jordan Erica Webber is joined by Holly Nielsen and the developer of Kitty Powers' Matchmaker Richard Franke to guide you through the world of intergalactic dating. Need some advice? Leave a comment
"24.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com 'I'm bummed': Amy Schumer pulls out of live-action Barbie movie Actor blames scheduling conflicts for her withdrawal from film that has already been through a range of shake-ups "I'm bummed, but look forward to seeing Barbie on the big screen"
"24.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com The Jesus and Mary Chain: 'Pop is dreadful. Switch on a radio, I guarantee it'll be garbage' Jim and William Reid have been back in the studio for the first time in two decades – and just about survived each other to make new album Damage and Joy. They talk about being trapped in the desert, playing the Haçienda and the horrors of Heart FM "Pop is dreadful. Switch on a radio, I guarantee it'll be garbage"
"23.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Ryan Gosling explains why he laughed at Oscars envelope mix-up 'I thought there was some kind of medical situation,' the La La Land star says, citing relief for his reaction during best picture gaffe "I thought there was some kind of medical situation"
"23.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com James Cotton obituary Pioneer of modern blues harmonica-playing, first with Muddy Waters and then with his own band "The pioneer of modern blues harmonica-playing"
"23.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com A kaleidoscope of legs: Busby Berkeley's flamboyant dance fantasies In hit movies like 42nd Street, Berkeley liberated dance from the stage and placed it in a purely cinematic dimension with dizzyingly inventive routines "Busby Berkeley liberated dance from the stage and placed it in a purely cinematic dimension with dizzyingly inventive routines"
"23.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com Fleetwood Mac: Tango in the Night review | Alexis Petridis' album of the week This 1987 classic is a blend of solid-gold pop and super-slick production, interwoven with the sound of a band sliding into chaos "No gloss can hide the turmoil"
"23.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com John Lydon says he will 'sorely miss' the Queen when she is gone Man who castigated the monarchy in 1977 single God Save the Queen says he will miss the Queen 'as a human being', and that he loves royal pageantry "I would sorely miss her as a human being on planet Earth"
"23.03.2017 15:00:00" theguardian.com Howard Hodgkin's last painting completes portrait exhibition Artist's career is framed in National Portrait Gallery show, with first work and last one finished three months before his death Howard Hodgkin's last painting completes portrait exhibition
"23.03.2017 14:16:37" The Guardian Feist, the Canadian singer-songwriter, is with Kate Hutchinson to talk about her new album Pleasure and what inspires her music. Want to know more? Leave your questions below Feist, the Canadian singer-songwriter, is with Kate Hutchinson to talk about her new album Pleasure and what inspires her music. Want to know more? Leave your questions below
"23.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com Has the satire and humour of Big Little Lies been lost in translation? The Australian novel has been adapted for US screens, leaving behind both Sydney's northern beaches and the nuance Has the satire and humour of Big Little Lies been lost in translation?
"23.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Offside: the shocking moment female footballers were banned for 50 years A new play spotlights the era when female players were sidelined by the FA and shows they are still kicking against prejudice today "Still kicking against prejudice today"
"23.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com SS-GB's Lars Eidinger: 'I worry that people only see a tiny fragment of my talent' The great German stage actor is thrilling new audiences with SS-GB and Personal Shopper. Our writer talks menace and murder with him over schnitzel in Berlin "In terms of what I have the courage to do, there's no one else out there"
"23.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com Dames, detectives and dope: why we still love hardboiled crime As political corruption, violence and gender politics gain fresh relevance, pulp noir is attracting new voices and audiences, giving the gumshoe a 21st century reboot As political corruption, violence and gender politics gain fresh relevance, pulp noir is attracting new voices and audiences
"23.03.2017 10:00:00" Timeline Photos Kate Hutchinson is chatting to Canadian singer Feist live at 2pm GMT today on The Guardian Facebook page.
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"22.03.2017 23:00:00" theguardian.com Is saying the N-word still the final frontier of taboo on television? The Carmichael Show surprised many with news that it will use the word six times in an episode, but as other showrunners push for its usage attitudes may be changing "Attitudes may be changing"
"22.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Paddy Summerfield's best photograph: a girl reading a Christian book in the swinging 60s 'A sexual revolution was happening – but it seemed to be taking place somewhere else' "'A sexual revolution was happening – but it seemed to be taking place somewhere else"
"22.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Top 10 stories of obsession From Stephen King's avid fan in Misery to Nabokov's disturbing tale of preteen Lolita, fixation is a powerful pull for authors – especially when it overlaps with desire "From Stephen King's avid fan in Misery to Nabokov's disturbing tale of preteen Lolita, fixation is a powerful pull for authors, especially when it overlaps with desire"
"22.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Colin Dexter: a mischievous, generous man every bit as clever as his creations The man behind Inspector Morse was humble, kind and warmly funny. His death marks the passing of a generation who propelled crime writing to new levels "A mischievous, generous man every bit as clever as his creations"
"22.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Kong: Skull Island – why do Hollywood blockbusters have such Trump-like politics? From Godzilla to Assassin's Creed, Hollywood is churning out fantasies of authoritarian rule, but it doesn't have to be this way "Why do Hollywood blockbusters have such Trump-like politics?"
"22.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com Eraserhead: the true story behind David Lynch's surreal shocker Forty years on, the director's fatherhood freakout has lost none of its horrific power "A dream of dark and troubling things"
"22.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com 'In your face, David Attenborough!': Grayson Perry takes home RTS awards Grayson Perry All Man earns artist best presenter and best arts programme prizes at the Royal Television Society awards "I've just wandered unexpectedly into television and we've struck a nerve"
"22.03.2017 16:00:00" theguardian.com Power Rangers review – colour-coded superpowers revealed in goofy origins story It may be the most unlikely and least welcome superhero movie of the year – or even the decade – but this reboot actually benefits from lowered expectations "It may be the most unlikely and least welcome superhero movie of the year, but this reboot actually benefits from lowered expectations"
"22.03.2017 15:00:00" theguardian.com 'People will hate us': why the Rhythm Method are braced for derision They sing wonkily infectious songs about pubs, gentrification, Cherie Blair and George Best – and they want to be the biggest band of their generation "I feel like we're in for a lot of hate once more people hear us"
"22.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Josette Simon: 'Powerful women are reduced to being dishonourable' As she returns to the RSC to play Cleopatra, Josette Simon explains why there is so much more to the queen than a strumpet "Powerful women are reduced to being dishonourable"
"22.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Colin Dexter obituary Crime writer who created the deep-thinking Oxford detective Inspector Morse "Master of the literary high wire"
"22.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com Amy Winehouse – 10 of the best Winehouse's heart belonged to jazz and 60s girl groups, but she was also inspired by hip-hop and Latin music. Here are some of her finest songs "Winehouse's heart belonged to jazz and 60s girl groups, but she was also inspired by hip-hop and Latin music"
"22.03.2017 09:46:41" theguardian.com Pride and racial prejudice – why the far right loves Jane Austen Racists and bigots have tried to associate their dogma with the much-loved author – but don't seem to have read the books "Rather than seeing Pride and Prejudice's Elizabeth Bennet as a feminist icon, the far right are holding up both books as examples of how Austen supposedly pioneered their style of conservatism"
"21.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Line of Duty's Jed Mercurio: 'Facts used to have power. Now stupidity is a virtue' The new series of the hottest police drama on TV is all about the elusiveness of truth, says its creator "Facts used to have power. Now stupidity is a virtue"
"21.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com 'I like it when people think this is real': Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon on The Trip to Spain Yes, they bicker. Yes, they do impressions. And, as well as celebrating food, this new series of improvised comedy also explores – brilliantly – masculinity and middle age "I like it when people think this is real"
"21.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com Character assassinations: nine shock deaths from TV's biggest shows Nashville recently floored its fanbase by killing off a key character. Here are more sudden exits that still cause viewers grief Sudden exits that still cause viewers grief
"21.03.2017 14:32:00" theguardian.com Inspector Morse creator Colin Dexter dead at 86 Crime writer who wrote the series starring the famously tempermental detective between 1975 and 1999, died at his home in Oxford on Tuesday “Colin represented the absolute epitome of British crime writing, and in the 1990s John Thaw's Inspector Morse was one of those television characters who the nation took to their hearts”
"21.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com Being a radical optimist with Mohsin Hamid – books podcast Hamid talks about his latest novel Exit West, in which a couple use doors to move between cities and realities – and we have a chat about speculative fiction On this week's Guardian Books podcast Pakistani author Mohsin Hamid talks about his latest novel, Exit West: the story of Saeed and Nadia
"21.03.2017 13:00:01" theguardian.com Neighbours jumps the shark: can Toadie's goatee (and a bonkers plot twist) save the soap? With rumours the Australian soap opera could disappear from UK screens, the show needs to more fully commit to the insanity of its plotlines "If Neighbours is going to outlive the shift in the media landscape, it's going to have get a hell of a lot soapier"
"21.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com How we made Soft Cell's Tainted Love 'We were living in a dodgy flat in Leeds – and getting flown about in Concorde' "We were living in a dodgy flat in Leeds and getting flown about in Concorde"
"21.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com YouTube changes restrictions on gay-themed content following outcry Tegan and Sara are among protesters who complained about having had YouTube videos classified as restricted, seemingly for being LGBTQ-themed YouTube changes restrictions on gay-themed content following outcry
"21.03.2017 10:19:55" theguardian.com What killed the romcom? It was Love, Actually | Hadley Freeman Richard Curtis's sexist, saccharine turkey is being recooked at a time when TV romance is far superior. May it teach filmmakers to aim higher "Richard Curtis's sexist, saccharine turkey is being recooked at a time when TV romance is far superior"
"21.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Bravo, Sesame Street – your character with autism will erode ignorance | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett The arrival of Julia is a wonderful thing. Any child who watches her will learn about acceptance and understanding of difference "Any child who watches Julia will learn about acceptance and understanding of difference"
"20.03.2017 22:00:00" theguardian.com The lying game: why unreliable TV narrators matter in the Trump era Thrillers like The Replacement and The OA are defining post-truth fiction in a post-truth era. Can prestige TV help us win back reality? Why unreliable TV narrators matter in the Trump era
"20.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Chuck Berry tributes pour in: 'Greatest rock'n'roll writer who ever lived' Some of the most famous names in music have paid their respects to the 90-year-old, who was seen as a pioneer of rock'n'roll “One of rock'n'roll's big lights has gone out!”
"20.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Vera review – less north-east noir, more Miss Marple, Pet There are bleak skies, a dead body and a barrel of red herrings in this traditional whodunnit. Plus: Happy birthday to another Vera "Less north-east noir, more Miss Marple, Pet"
"20.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Bigmouth strikes again: row over Morrissey's James Baldwin tour T-shirt Shirt featuring the Smiths lyric 'I wear black on the outside' and a picture of the author has been removed from sale after backlash in music press "This particular shirt is a regrettable misfire of internet mash-up culture, in which the curated mingling of disparate words and images devalue one another, rather than enrich one another"
"20.03.2017 18:00:01" theguardian.com Chuck Berry's life and career in pictures A look back over the life and career of the legendary rock'n'roll musician following his death at the age of 90 "He will be missed by everyone who loves Rock 'n Roll"
"20.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com CBeebies' Cerrie Burnell: 'I want to push diversity in other directions' The TV presenter who refused to hide her disability is quitting the channel to focus on writing children's books and acting "I want to push diversity in other directions"
"20.03.2017 15:00:01" theguardian.com Ray K Metzker's Abstractions – in pictures Metzker was a modernist who experimented with formal techniques to create new ways of seeing. His evocative cityscapes mark him out as one of the great masters of American photography "His evocative cityscapes mark Ray K Metzker out as one of the great masters of American photography"
"20.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com Beauty and the Beast: feminist or fraud? Has Disney really turned Beauty and the Beast into a feminist fairytale? Or is it all just posh frocks and women's work with a slice of Stockholm syndrome thrown in? We delve beneath the furry facade "Has Disney really turned Beauty and the Beast into a feminist fairytale?"
"20.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com The female directors bringing new blood to horror films Women are sinking their teeth ever deeper into horror. We chart their rise and talk to directors Ana Lily Amirpour, Julia Ducournau and Karyn Kusama "What might the world look like if we took some chances?"
"20.03.2017 12:00:01" theguardian.com Jake Gyllenhaal: 'I would love to not talk about my personal life' The workaholic actor is one of the finest of his generation – and his new sci-fi horror Life the latest example of his skilful character-building. But perhaps it's best not to ask him about Taylor Swift ... "I would love to not talk about my personal life"
"20.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com Chuck Berry: the rock'n'roller who wrote the soundtrack for teen rebellion Berry's style permeated rock music so completely that you could hear his influence in everyone who picked up a guitar for decades afterwards "What Little Richard and Elvis Presley suggested in sound, Chuck Berry portrayed in words"
"20.03.2017 09:55:54" theguardian.com How to finish a novel: tracking a book's progress from idea to completion Data from an app Wyl Menmuir used to help him write his Booker-longlisted debut gives insights into how it was done " I know too many people who have written half a novel"
"19.03.2017 18:00:01" theguardian.com Louisahhh: 'A swarm of bees hook always wakes people up' The Paris-based DJ who favours 'techno for punks' empties the contents of her psychic record bag "A swarm of bees hook always wakes people up"
"19.03.2017 12:00:01" theguardian.com Drugged, kidnapped and cast away: the funny, disturbing obsessions of Rodney Graham From rotating reading machines to a film noir-style abduction, the Canadian photographer makes ultra-real works that verge on slapstick. As two shows open in the UK, step into his many worlds "Someone recently likened one of my large-scale photographic works to a mildly humorous father's day card"
"19.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Books for girls, about girls: the publishers trying to balance the bookshelves One study of 5,000 children's books found that a quarter had no female characters, and less than 20% featured a woman with a job. But a new wave of books and writers is helping to fix that disparity "We want to inspire young girls to believe they can try to do anything"
"19.03.2017 01:00:01" theguardian.com Razor gangs: eerie mugshots paint picture of Sydney's criminal past Images enhanced by Matt Loughrey add colour and intrigue to Australian police photographs from the 1920s and 30s "There's something about getting a grasp on what the reality was back then"
"18.03.2017 21:00:01" theguardian.com Claws! The underwater world of Jean Painlevé – in pictures The nose of a shrimp, the spines of a seahorse, the claws of a crab: Jean Painlevé's camera captured them all – and turned them into massive, monstrous, mysterious works that caused a sensation in the 1930s. Now the aquatic explorer, famed for his films Claws! The underwater world of Jean Painlevé
"18.03.2017 18:00:02" theguardian.com James Acaster: 'The Fast Show perfected the art of repetition' From the cult sketch show to an imaginary Johnny Vegas metal band, the master observationalist dishes the things that make him laugh the most "My girlfriend once cut my fringe way too short and then laughed about it for months afterwards"
"18.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com Shaun Keaveny: 'I was like one of those Italian sons who don't have to lift a finger' The radio presenter on his parents, who did everything for him, being horrid to his little brother, and why his sons don't think he's Dr Fun "Occasionally my dad will text me material that I'll use on my 6 Music breakfast show"
"18.03.2017 12:00:01" theguardian.com John Malkovich: 'Politics has gone through a portal into an alternate universe' After musical dramas featuring a serial killer and a notorious libertine, the actor returns to the stage as a tyrant. He talks about playing sociopaths and why he gave up voting "Politics has gone through a portal into an alternate universe"
"18.03.2017 09:00:01" theguardian.com 'Four-minute warning: time to boil your last egg' – 100 years of anti-war protests From Paul Nash's barbed wire truths to Tony Blair's blazing selfie, the Imperial War Museum is exploring anti-war art and demos. What difference did they make? "What difference did they make?"
"17.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Get Out review – fantastically twisted horror-satire on race in America Jordan Peele's superbly nasty comedy about a black man who meets his white girlfriend's parents is as pitiless as a surgeon's scalpel "As pitiless as a surgeon's scalpel"
"17.03.2017 18:00:02" theguardian.com How punk changed cities – and vice versa From New York to Jakarta, punks have long fought for their rights to the city. But just how much have they achieved – and will we ever see a mohawk in City Hall? "From New York to Jakarta, punks have long fought for their rights to the city. But just how much have they achieved?"
"17.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com Copulating seahorses and a lavish snail ballet: the underwater wonders of Jean Painlevé They may have infuriated the censor, but these beautiful films and photographs of cavorting creatures caused a sensation in the 30s. As Ikon's new exhibition shows, they have been overlooked for too long "They may have infuriated the censor, but these beautiful films and photographs of cavorting creatures caused a sensation in the 30s"
"17.03.2017 14:17:50" The Guardian Mass Effect: Andromeda alert! The Gadget Show's Jordan Erica Webber and Guardian technology reporter Alex Hern will be putting it to the test ahead of release. As always, leave your comments and questions. Please be aware this game may contain moderate Mass Effect: Andromeda alert! The Gadget Show's Jordan Erica Webber and Guardian technology reporter Alex Hern will be putting it to the test ahead of release. As always, leave your comments and questions. Please be aware this game may contain moderate
"17.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com The Most Hated Woman in America review – Melissa Leo lifts messy biopic A gripping performance from the Oscar-winner isn't enough to save a tonally awkward take on the true story of a woman taking on religion in 50s America "The problem here is that most of the movie's playful snap is completely at odds with the vicious conclusion"
"17.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Alan Cumming: 'A lot of young gay guys are like, who cares about the Aids crisis?' The star of new gay drama After Louie talks about the generation gap – and why the set of The Good Wife wasn't as bad as it sounded "A lot of young gay guys are like, who cares about the Aids crisis?"
"17.03.2017 12:06:35" theguardian.com Personal Shopper review – Kristen Stewart is truly captivating | Peter Bradshaw's film of the week Stewart is outstanding as a haunted fashion-biz assistant in Olivier Assayas's enigmatic ghost story and quarterlife character study "The hairs on the back of my neck bristled"
"17.03.2017 10:28:46" theguardian.com Glenda Jackson on playing poet Stevie Smith – archive, 1977 17 March 1977: Jackson spoke to the Guardian ahead of the opening of Hugh Whitemore's play about the late-blossoming poet from Palmers Green "You've only to look at the photographs to know that this was a woman who walked through hell many times"
"17.03.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com Depeche Mode: Spirit review – stripped back, amped up and angry A misguided endorsement from one of America's most hated figures only serves to make the fury here sound even more righteous "A misguided endorsement from one of America's most hated figures only serves to make the fury here sound even more righteous"
"17.03.2017 09:08:18" theguardian.com Sienna Miller: 'I feel relatively immune to bitchy criticism now' The British actor set out to emulate Meryl Streep but ended up being portrayed as the next Kate Moss. Now with the tabloid assaults behind her, she talks ambition, Leveson and The Lost City of Z "I feel relatively immune to bitchy criticism now"
"16.03.2017 23:00:01" theguardian.com Shiver me timbers! Astounding wooden architecture – in pictures From a chunky Russian dacha to Renzo Piano's evocative turrets in the South Pacific, these inventive buildings celebrate the oldest and most malleable of construction materials "From a chunky Russian dacha to Renzo Piano's evocative turrets in the South Pacific, these inventive buildings celebrate the oldest and most malleable of construction materials"
"16.03.2017 22:00:32" theguardian.com Scandi noir is dead As European broadcasters team up to create ever more silly fusion cop shows, a beloved genre has gone from thriller to bland filler in just six years "A beloved genre has gone from thriller to bland filler in just six years"
"16.03.2017 21:09:10" theguardian.com The UK jazz invasion: 'I'm sure that some purists wouldn't even call it jazz' Experimentation and cross pollination are at the heart of a new jazz, combining it with grime, jungle and house to make a sound that works at clubs and festivals "I'm sure that some purists wouldn't even call it jazz"
"16.03.2017 21:06:29" theguardian.com American freakshow: the extraordinary tale of Truevine's Muse brothers Beth Macy's bestselling book tells the story of two African American brothers with albinism who were kidnapped and forced to perform in a 1920s circus. What can their story teach us about racism in the US today? Beth Macy's bestselling book tells the story of two African American brothers with albinism who were kidnapped and forced to perform in a 1920s circus. What can their story teach us about racism in the US today?
"16.03.2017 19:49:22" theguardian.com A history of the colour red – in pictures From cave paintings to sports cars, red has always compelled attention. The historian Michel Pastoureau charts the rich history of the colour of blood and fire "Red has always compelled attention"
"16.03.2017 18:41:17" theguardian.com Midnight Sun review – it's The Killing meets Spiral, Abba covers Je t'aime A glamorous Parisian cop investigates a death in remote northern Scandinavia in this intriguing series opener. Plus: Mystery of the Man on the Moor "A glamorous Parisian cop investigates a death in remote northern Scandinavia in this intriguing series opener"
"16.03.2017 17:35:56" theguardian.com Kerry James Marshall: 'As an artist, everything should be a challenge' Born in Birmingham, Alabama, Kerry James Marshall taught himself to draw and made his first paintings in Harlem YMCA. As a major retrospective opens in LA, he talks about taking on the Old Masters "As an artist, everything should be a challenge"
"16.03.2017 16:00:48" theguardian.com Fashion meets film: 10 cult cinema moments – in pictures Forget Rear Window and Breakfast at Tiffany's, here are some fashion film references to truly impress insiders, as chosen by the curators of this month's Fashion in Film Festival Fashion meets film: 10 cult cinema moments
"16.03.2017 14:14:16" theguardian.com The Incredible Hulk, Jessica Jones and the best comic book TV shows ever As Iron Fist lands on Netflix with less than heroic reviews, which other small screen adaptations have soared? "As Iron Fist lands on Netflix with less than heroic reviews, which other small screen adaptations have soared?"
"16.03.2017 14:05:54" The Guardian Krishnan Guru Murthy is sharing his top five records with Kate Hutchinson, including The Beatles The Smiths New Order Public Enemy and Radiohead, as they chat music, breaking news and of course, how best to conduct a live interview.
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"16.03.2017 13:00:03" theguardian.com Phoebe Fox: 'I'm always playing bloody aristocrats!' The actor currently slinging punches in Twelfth Night talks about falling asleep before auditions, 10 years of horrendous teeth – and her love of 'proper fighting' "'The more I pretend, the more it comes true"
"16.03.2017 11:56:19" theguardian.com How I see Britain: photographs that define the country Former Guardian picture editor Eamonn McCabe's TV series Britain in Focus has been charting the history of photography in the UK. Here, Irvine Welsh, Sadiq Khan, Jeanette Winterson, Nadav Kander and others pick the shots that sum up Britishness for them How I see Britain: photographs that define the country
"16.03.2017 11:07:22" Timeline Photos Kate Hutchinson is chatting to Krishnan Guru Murthy live at 2pm GMT today on The Guardian Facebook page.
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"15.03.2017 22:00:19" theguardian.com 'Golly', 'cassette' and 'croquet': the words we no longer use A new study sheds light on how the English language is changing – but what shapes the vocabulary du jour? "One of George Orwell's favourite objurgations is still in use..."
"15.03.2017 21:20:35" theguardian.com Ricky Gervais's transgender jokes show we're all in a kind of transition The comic has been accused of transphobia after riffing about Caitlyn Jenner in his standup show. So does giving him a favourable review endorse those gags? "It's possible to appreciate a show without endorsing every opinion it seems to express"
"15.03.2017 20:00:33" theguardian.com Mick Fleetwood: 'I'm 70 years old and I play harder now than I used to' The co-founder of Fleetwood Mac talks the glory days of the band, touring as a septuagenarian and what the swinging 60s were really like "It's about knowing when you're done"
"15.03.2017 19:00:03" theguardian.com How Catastrophe became even more excruciating TV – using Brexit Want to make your comedy monstrously relevant? Lob a country's most close-to-home horror into the mix "It can only be a matter of time before every other show on television drafts in a little bit of Brexit to up their game"
"15.03.2017 18:02:16" theguardian.com Top 10 novels on rural America From Marilynne Robinson to William Faulkner, these great stories are told from the margins of US life, but they carry profound resonance "These great stories are told from the margins of US life, but they carry profound resonance"
"15.03.2017 13:00:04" theguardian.com You've Got Mail: the forgotten world of 90s movie websites Shonky graphics, confusing menus, weird picture galleries … the film websites from the internet's early days haven't aged well. So why are they still there? "The thing that dates You've Got Mail more than anything else is its website"
"15.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Jimi Hendrix – 10 of the best It may be almost 50 years since his death, but watching Hendrix playing, even on film, is still electrifying. Here are 10 key songs by a musician never equalled "Nearly five decades on from his death, Hendrix's guitar playing is still electrifying"
"15.03.2017 11:00:30" theguardian.com Cosey Fanni Tutti: 'I don't like acceptance. It makes me think I've done something wrong' As a member of COUM and Throbbing Gristle, Cosey Fanni Tutti made art that was so shocking, the police ran them out of Hull. But now they're being invited back – and celebrated in galleries. Here she talks about how they survived "People don't realise how rife sexism was then, the misogyny there was even among liberal people"
"15.03.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com The Big Bang Theory has officially started its death spiral Everything is working against the goofy geek show, so it's announced a Young Sheldon prequel that could prove wildly popular – but looks far more likely to be a creepy, depressing disaster "It is 225 episodes old, and only a matter of weeks from reaching the point where Friends called it a day"
"15.03.2017 09:00:01" theguardian.com Charli XCX: the mixtape mystery and a pop career in flux If Number 1 Angel is a mixtape, why do you have to pay for it? The hit-generating songwriter-for-hire is taking a strange, tortuous route to stardom "The hit-generating songwriter-for-hire is taking a strange, tortuous route to stardom"
"14.03.2017 23:00:01" theguardian.com From Love to Girls – what TV's most toxic couples can teach us Bickering, self-sabotaging pairs are all over the small screen, from Gus and Mickey in Love to Sharon and Rob in Catastrophe and, well, everyone in Girls. Here are the lessons we should learn from them "As a meditation on less-than-perfect modern romance, Netflix's Love is spot on"
"14.03.2017 22:00:06" theguardian.com Sauce material: how Mad Men wrote the new Heinz ads The ketchup-makers have at last picked up a 1968 pitch from Don Draper – but real-life brand association was in the show's blood "Pass the Heinz"
"14.03.2017 21:00:48" theguardian.com From Gladiator to Scarface: five film heroes to bring back from the dead As Ridley Scott plans to revive his deceased Roman warrior for a follow-up to the historical epic, here are some other dead characters ripe for reincarnation “Death is not the end”
"14.03.2017 20:12:13" theguardian.com John Lever, Chameleons drummer, dies The musician, who played on the first three albums by the 80s post-punk band and joined their 2000 reunion, had suffered a short illness The Chameleons' drummer John Lever has died, following a short illness
"14.03.2017 20:00:52" theguardian.com John Forgeham obituary Veteran character actor who appeared in The Italian Job, Prime Suspect and Footballers Wives "A hard-living actor who brought some of his off-screen qualities to his best known television roles"
"14.03.2017 19:30:33" theguardian.com Tony Haygarth obituary Distinctive supporting actor on television, stage and film Tony Haygarth, who has died aged 72, was a salt-of-the-earth Liverpudlian actor who became a familiar face on television
"14.03.2017 19:11:23" theguardian.com He who must not be named: how Harry Potter helps make sense of Trump's world For fans of the wizard series, the new political order is Dumbledore's army v President Voldemort. Is it just a juvenile comparison or have JK Rowling's books shaped a generation's thinking? "Is it just a juvenile comparison or have JK Rowling's books shaped a generation's thinking?"
"14.03.2017 18:20:42" theguardian.com Life at the sharp end: Jessie Knight, Britain's first female tattoo artist A stuntwoman and artist, this 20th-century trailblazer was slandered and robbed by her rivals. As a new exhibition assesses the history of British tattoos, we reappraise the life of a radical "At best tattoos were looked down on as a disfiguring low art; at worst they were a mark of criminality"
"14.03.2017 17:05:12" theguardian.com The Handmaiden: the return of erotic cinema Eroticism has long been a dirty word in film. But a new thriller about a clandestine affair between two women in 1930s Korea returns the genre to its transgressive roots. "Is eroticism fashionable in the cinema again?"
"14.03.2017 16:56:16" theguardian.com Baileys longlist author Ayòbámi Adébáyò, and London book fair – books podcast Nigerian writer Ayòbámi Adébáyò pops into the studio to talk about her debut novel Stay With Me, and we look at what's happening at the London book fair Nigerian writer Ayòbámi Adébáyò visits the Guardian Books podcast to talk about her debut novel Stay With Me
"14.03.2017 15:00:21" theguardian.com Inside the Illuminati with Rosie Kay and Adam Curtis Rosie Kay has trained with the army and delved into tribal rituals for her bold dance shows. In her latest, MK Ultra, she's investigating the secret society believed to be brainwashing Beyoncé and Bieber "Once I've decided on an idea, nothing's going to stop me"
"14.03.2017 14:00:01" theguardian.com How we made Beauty and the Beast 'There's been talk of Stockholm syndrome with the Beast, but Belle changes him' "The whole concept of the Disney heroine was broken open"
"14.03.2017 13:00:41" theguardian.com Needle in the hay: Elliott Smith's incomparable brilliance lives on A reissue of his mid-90s album Either/Or has divided his followers, but almost 15 years after his death the introverted songwriter is still fascinating new fans "It feels like his legacy has grown, his reputation has grown"
"14.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com 48 Hours on Clapham High Street – in pictures He used colour for daytime and black and white for night. Jim Grover on how he photographed the traders, commuters and hedonists of one very British street Jim Grover explains how he photographed the traders, commuters and hedonists of one very British street
"14.03.2017 11:00:01" theguardian.com Peppa Pig: a pink, snouty enemy of the Chinese state China has reportedly restricted the publication of foreign children's picture books – including the world's foremost propagandist for muddy puddles "I'm Peppa Pig. This is my little brother, George. This is Mummy Pig. This is Daddy Pig. Multiparty democracy cannot deliver the prosperity and modernisation that China needs"
"14.03.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com 'Copy' of painting by George Stubbs revealed as genuine article Art dealer to sell incorrectly catalogued artwork Two Hacks, which he purchased for $215,000, for £750,000 'Copy' of painting by George Stubbs revealed as genuine article
"14.03.2017 09:09:45" theguardian.com Ed Sheeran's dominance of the Top 20 is a only a symptom of how sick the charts are With endless streaming on services such as Spotify, one artist was bound to dominate the Top 40 at some point. Can the charts be fixed? "Can the charts be fixed?"
"13.03.2017 23:00:00" theguardian.com When good TV goes bad: why X Factor lost its way with One Direction Once, tales of ordinary folk achieving stardom enthralled the nation. But smooshing its contestants into reluctant boybands revealed its true cynicism "Smooshing its contestants into reluctant boybands revealed its true cynicism"
"13.03.2017 22:00:01" theguardian.com The American Dream: Pop to the Present review – blessed be the printmakers From Ed Ruscha's gas station to Jim Dine's bathrobes, pop art's vision of boom-time America predicted the demise of the land of the free "Pop art's vision of boom-time America predicted the demise of the land of the free"
"13.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com White Bear: at home with the polars – in pictures What do zoos give polar bears to liven up their enclosures? Car tyres, fake seals, painted icebergs, yachts, airplanes – and even skyscrapers. Sheng-Wen Lo travelled arond Europe and China photographing them all Sheng-Wen Lo's 'White Bear' projects shows polar bears in captivity, focusing on their artificial habitats in 24 sites across Europe and China
"13.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Baileys prize 2017 longlist – in pictures Naomi Alderman's fantasy of a world ruled by women and Margaret Atwood's retelling of The Tempest sit alongside epic histories and tough tales of modern life "Naomi Alderman's fantasy of a world ruled by women and Margaret Atwood's retelling of The Tempest sit alongside epic histories and tough tales of modern life"
"13.03.2017 19:00:01" theguardian.com Cillian Murphy: 'It is getting absurd with the dumbing down' Cillian Murphy swaps Peaky Blinders in Birmingham for gun running in Boston in his latest role. He talks to Will Lawrence about moving back to Ireland and being an old-fashioned actor "I have been doing this for 20 years now so, hopefully, in another 10 years I will be an actor"
"13.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com The last taboo – is TV finally ready to discuss abortion? Its depiction on the small screen has historically been problematic but shows like Scandal, Girls and Jane The Virgin indicate that could be changing Is TV finally ready to discuss abortion?
"13.03.2017 17:00:01" theguardian.com The 100 best nonfiction books: No 58 – Nonsense Songs by Edward Lear (1871) The Victorians loved wordplay, and few could rival this compendium of verbal delirium by Britain's 'laureate of nonsense'. "Nonsense classics express a haunting and melancholy obsession with finding happiness in faraway lands"
"13.03.2017 16:00:00" theguardian.com The art of surgery: life drawing and leprosy When an illustrator visited a Nepalese hospital for patients with the disease, he was struck by the links between art and the doctors' precise skills When illustrator George Butler visited a Nepalese hospital for patients with the disease, he was struck by the links between art and the doctors' precise skills
"13.03.2017 15:00:00" theguardian.com Freedom, revolt and pubic hair: why Antonioni's Blow-Up thrills 50 years on The flawed but absorbing 60s movie about a photographer who unwittingly captures a murder scene still poses important questions "Flawed as it is, Blow-Up can still thrill us 50 years on"
"13.03.2017 14:00:01" theguardian.com Behind the scenes of Comic Relief's Love Actually: Andrew Lincoln's creepy cards return Richard Curtis has reunited stars of his soppy film favourite for Red Nose Day Actually. Will it be happy endings all round? Warning: spoiler "Will it be happy endings all round?"
"13.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Geri's 90s: Ginger Spice's nostalgia show will drive you to distraction The former pop star may seem like a good fit for a cultural survey of the decade but her show My Drive To Freedom turns out to be a tonally confusing ride "On the whole, it says nothing you couldn't learn from 45 seconds of absent-minded Wikipedia-ing"
"13.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Laura Marling: Semper Femina review – sexism and a newfound slinkiness (More Alarming) "There's a new slinkiness to some of these songs"
"13.03.2017 11:30:01" theguardian.com Thank you for your support, which is more important now than ever | Katharine Viner The Guardian now has the financial support of hundreds of thousands of readers. Thank you for backing the values to which we're committed "The Guardian now has the financial support of hundreds of thousands of readers. It means a great deal that you stand with us"
"13.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com Gillian Anderson: 'There were times when life was really bad' The actor formerly known as Dana Scully is now a self-help guru. How did she beat self-doubt and her 'intolerant' inner voice? "I have opinions, but I don't think my opinions are more valid because I'm an actor and have more of a platform"
"13.03.2017 09:48:49" theguardian.com Jarvis Cocker: 'People fall in love with an illusion, something that's never existed' For his new album, the former Pulp frontman checks in to Hollywood's most storied hotel to explore celebrity, memory and myth "People fall in love with an illusion, something that's never existed"
"12.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com Sly and the Family Stone – 10 of the best From the birth of a funk superhero team to claustrophobic social comment, here are the high points in an occasionally terrifying career "From the birth of a funk superhero team to claustrophobic social comment, here are the high points in an occasionally terrifying career"
"12.03.2017 15:00:01" theguardian.com Publishers chased Katie Hopkins and Milo Yiannopoulos. But hate doesn't sell | Chris McCrudden Hot air and rightwing controversy fuel social media and fill column inches, but there's no evidence they make people buy books. Quite the opposite "Hate doesn't sell"
"12.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Sisters doing it for themselves: radical motets from a 16th-century nunnery A newly unearthed collection of choral music is unlike any other music of its time. Who composed it? All the evidence points to the youngest daughter of Lucrezia Borgia "Virginia Woolf was right when she said: “Anonymous was a woman'"
"12.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Lita Ford: 'I chose to be sexy – and sex sells' The metal star and former Runaway on why she's not a feminist, her feelings about former manager Kim Fowley and banned album covers "I chose to be sexy – and sex sells"
"12.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Beauty and the Beast: the dark history of a literary fairytale From classical myths to psychoanalytic theory, the story behind Disney's new live-action movie has a fascinating past "I have spent a lifetime obsessing over this particular fairytale"
"11.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Nelson Mandela's presidential memoir, Dare Not Linger, due in autumn Unfinished manuscript considering his time in power has been completed using archival material by South African poet and novelist Mandla Langa "It's the closest that you will ever get to a true autobiographical sequel to Long Walk to Freedom"
"11.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Into the void: Farewell to Black Sabbath – in pictures The founding fathers of metal have confirmed that they have reached the end of the road. Here's nearly 50 years of one of rock's greatest bands, in photographs "The founding fathers of metal have confirmed that they have reached the end of the road"
"11.03.2017 18:00:01" theguardian.com Neil Gaiman's American Gods, illustrated by Dave McKean – in pictures The new Folio edition of the novel sees The Sandman cover artist recreate Gaiman's oddball cast of gods and men, including Shadow Moon's totemic face and the bright red sari of Mama-ji Neil Gaiman's American Gods, illustrated by Dave McKean
"11.03.2017 15:00:00" theguardian.com GF Watts: the Victorian painter who inspired Obama Paintings by GF Watts have influenced figures as diverse as EM Forster and Barack Obama. Two hundred years after his birth, he stands out as one of the most distinctive – and elusive – painters of his times Paintings by GF Watts have influenced figures as diverse as EM Forster and Barack Obama. Two hundred years after his birth, he stands out as one of the most distinctive – and elusive – painters of his times
"11.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Spaceships, vegan food and branches of marijuana – in Jamaica with reggae's legends Greats including Cedric Myton and Ken Boothe teamed up with a new generation of musicians to record the Soul of Jamaica album the old way – unplugged and outdoors We're handing the baton over to the future leaders, and if they're properly inspired, then we know that the fire keeps burning"
"11.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com The Love Witch review – glorious retro fantasy-horror Drenched in the Technicolor 60s, Anna Biller's outrageous, showstopping B-movie oozes with A-grade potency "There's trouble brewing"
"11.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Samuel L Jackson hit out at black British actors in Hollywood. Was he right? | Gary Younge and Joseph Harker The star criticised black British actors for taking US roles, sparking a heated debate. Gary Younge and Joseph Harker go head to head Samuel L Jackson hit out at black British actors in Hollywood. Was he right?
"10.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Burning Sands review – grim drama uncovers brutal hazing at black fraternity A strong young cast, including Moonlight's Trevante Rhodes, anchors a tough look at toxic masculinity on campus for Netflix "When “hell” finally arrives, it's dripping in tension"
"10.03.2017 20:00:01" theguardian.com Casting JonBenét director on our obsession with the murder of a child pageant queen Twenty years after the brutal murder of a six-year-old, Kitty Green's inventive film examines the story from a new angle "The aim was not to exploit JonBenét Ramsey any further, but to close the book on her"
"10.03.2017 18:00:01" theguardian.com 'From the inside, it sure felt like a cult' – Stephin Merritt's life in songs On the band's new album, 50 Song Memoir, Merritt dedicates one song to each of his years on the planet so far. Here are some of the pivotal years – and the stories behind the songs "My family was very beatnik. We made our own granola"
"10.03.2017 17:00:01" theguardian.com From 'alibi' to 'mauve': what famous writers' most used words say about them Zadie Smith's 'evil eye', JK Rowling's 'dead of night' … favourite phrases – and cliches – tell a fascinating story "Favourite phrases and cliches tell a fascinating story"
"10.03.2017 15:00:01" theguardian.com Is Terrence Malick ahead of his time or out of date? Film-lovers held their breath when the director returned from a 20-year hiatus. But as his output increased, so did the catcalls. Music drama Song to Song is his last chance to save his reputation "Song to Song feels as critical a moment as was The Thin Red Line"
"10.03.2017 14:16:44" The Guardian We're playing Hitman. Or rather our expert player Jack is. The game is developed by IO Interactive and published by SQUARE ENIX EUROPE.
Jordan Erica Webber is your host today, ably assisted by co-host Jack de Quidt. We have indie game Snipperclips on We've got lots lined up today, starting with the new puzzle game Loot Rascals and its developer Pat Ashe, ready to answer your questions. Jordan is your host, ably assisted by co-host Jack de Quidt. So sit back, relax, play along if you can and get
"10.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? review – Staunton ignites Albee's marital battle Imelda Staunton and Conleth Hill are both superb as they trade insults and toy vindictively with their guests in a first-rate revival of an astonishing play "Imelda Staunton and Conleth Hill are both superb as they trade insults and toy vindictively with their guests in a first-rate revival of an astonishing play"
"10.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Game of Thrones: season seven premiere date and trailer revealed An initial look at the penultimate season of HBO's hit fantasy drama, which returns this summer, suggests dark times ahead Game of Thrones: season seven premiere date and trailer revealed
"10.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Swedish musical misfit Ängie: 'It's nice to have cute things with hard punches' The post-emo pop star is as committed to sex, drugs and tattoos as she is to combating mental health discrimination and homophobia "It's nice to have cute things with hard punches"
"10.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com Buffy the Vampire Slayer at 20: the thrilling, brilliant birth of TV as art Sunnydale had an embarrassment of riches – and there's been no television as funny, moving or world-saving since. Buffy remains in a league of her own "Several TV generations have elapsed since it ended, but we have not yet seen Buffy's deft, clever, moving, thrilling, funny, feminist like again"
"10.03.2017 10:10:38" theguardian.com Bowie vaults open as two unreleased albums hit shops for Record Store Day A full 1974 live show and an album of alternate versions of classics, from 1971, are to get their first releases next month "The David Bowie vaults are gradually being opened up"
"10.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Limehouse review – timely account of Labour's 1981 split is beautifully acted Roger Allam is astonishing as Roy Jenkins in this drama about how the 'gang of four' left Labour to form the SDP "Timely account of Labour's 1981 split is beautifully acted"
"09.03.2017 23:00:01" theguardian.com Gigi Hadid makes Zayn Malik her muse for Versace Confirmation that, in the Instagram age, the model has become the photographer. And that's good news "In the Instagram age, the model has become the photographer. And that's good news"
"09.03.2017 22:00:01" theguardian.com Elle review – startling strange rape-revenge black comedy With her steely hauteur, Isabelle Huppert is utterly arresting in Paul Verhoeven's provocative film. No other actor could have pulled it off "No other actor could have pulled it off"
"09.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com SXSW 2017: your guide to the best music, films and TV Premieres from Terrence Malick and Edgar Wright will pull in the crowds, but there's an impressive list of talks, TV showcases and music to investigate "Premieres from Terrence Malick and Edgar Wright will pull in the crowds, but there's an impressive list of talks, TV showcases and music to investigate"
"09.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Kristen Stewart: 'It's not confusing if you're bisexual. For me, it's the opposite' Hollywood's most high-profile gay actor on her sexuality, her 'ghoulish' appearance in Personal Shopper – and being called out in Trump's tweets "It's not confusing if you're bisexual. For me, it's the opposite"
"09.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Top 10 fantasy fiction universes From George RR Martin's vast, warlike realms to Neil Gaiman's London Below, these paracosms are bound only by their authors' rules, not those of reality "When it comes to top-notch fantasy, we're spoiled for choice these days"
"09.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com Peter van Agtmael's return to America – in pictures The New York photographer returned from Iraq and Afghanistan to find his homeland riven with its own social issues New York photographer Peter van Agtmael returned from Iraq and Afghanistan to find his homeland riven with its own social issues
"09.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com What's the point of BBC4? Once the home of Mad Men, The Killing and The Thick of It, the channel quietly turned 15 last week. But with a dearth of new hit shows and a confused identity, will it survive to reach 20? "Once the home of Mad Men, The Killing and The Thick of It, the channel quietly turned 15 last week. But with a dearth of new hit shows and a confused identity, will it survive to reach 20?"
"09.03.2017 16:00:01" theguardian.com 'I'm proud of my sin': the 'criminal' stars of Iranian TV promoting women's rights The hosts of Iran's first chat show for women have got the regime riled up. Nothing is scarier to the moral police, it seems, than fearless feminists "We cross every taboo the Iranian regime puts on us"
"09.03.2017 15:00:00" theguardian.com A brush with Howard: inside Hodgkin's studio - in pictures He's one of Britain's greatest painters – and he rarely flings open his studio doors. David Levene swooshes in to glimpse the great man at work Howard Hodgkin, regarded as one of Britain's greatest contemporary painters, has died aged 84
"09.03.2017 14:07:43" The Guardian Caitlin Moran welcomes Kate Hutchinson into her kitchen to chat records, writing and more, on the day of the release of her new book, Moranisfesto.
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"09.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Roger Waters: 'War isn't about ideology, it's not about religion. It's about money' As The Wall gets set to debut as an opera, the ex-Pink Floyd bassist talks about why it still resonates and why Trump symbolizes everything we need to avoid "War isn't about ideology, it's not about religion. It's about money"
"09.03.2017 12:15:00" theguardian.com Black American actors slighted as Brits nab roles: 'we can't tell our own stories?' The casting of black British actor Daniel Kaluuya in Get Out, a horror film about racism in America, has sparked debate about a trend some find troubling “There's a very different shade of racism that exists in America”
"09.03.2017 11:25:12" theguardian.com All about my mother: the demons of Paula Rego – by her son Nick Willing grew up feeling excluded by his mother's passion for art. Now she has let him into her life for a brutally honest BBC film about the depression that almost killed her – and the self-portraits she made to survive “Some of the pictures I didn't remember doing, but I've been depressed so often”
"08.03.2017 22:00:01" theguardian.com Give it up, Carrie: how Homeland went from startling TV to one giant shrug It's been through bad times before, but right now Homeland is like watching the world's most mundane CCTV feed. Can Carrie and Saul burst back into life? How Homeland went from startling TV to one giant shrug
"08.03.2017 21:00:01" theguardian.com Pop art's American dream is over – and a zombie culture has begun The British Museum's latest show brings together great pop and abstract expressionist images from the US. In the age of Trump, they seem like relics from a lost civilisation Pop art's American dream is over – and a zombie culture has begun
"08.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Deadpool 2 teaser trailer lampoons Logan and Superman Ryan Reynolds' foul-mouthed character takes aim at his fellow superheroes in a short film that also features Marvel great Stan Lee Ryan Reynolds' foul-mouthed character takes aim at his fellow superheroes in a short film that also features Marvel great Stan Lee
"08.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com Et tu, Trump? Political cartoons inspired by Shakespeare – in pictures The RSC's exhibition Draw New Mischief shows how, for 250 years, political cartoonists have taken inspiration from Shakespeare's plays For 250 years political cartoonists have taken inspiration from Shakespeare's plays
"08.03.2017 17:00:01" theguardian.com Netflix's interactive storylines go against the rules of TV Good luck to the brave and energetic souls who embrace this novel idea. To me, this seems like a terrible way to watch TV "This seems like a terrible way to watch TV"
"08.03.2017 16:00:00" theguardian.com My Bob Marley musical: Kwame Kwei-Armah on his reggae emancipation One Love tells the story of Bob Marley fleeing Jamaica after an assassination attempt and finding new inspiration in a Britain embracing punk. Our writer meets its creator at last-minute rehearsals "He was someone who could speak truth to power in a beautifully articulate but melodic fashion"
"08.03.2017 14:00:01" theguardian.com Unbuilt Moscow: the 'new Soviet' city that never was – in pictures As the centenary of the Russian revolution approaches, the designs of top Soviet architects for the capital's future reveals their visionary aspirations As the centenary of the Russian revolution approaches, the designs of top Soviet architects for the capital's future reveal their visionary aspirations
"08.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Bed bugs, Brexit and goodbyes: 20 years of indie, as told by Fortuna Pop! The legendary indie label, which gave the world Allo Darlin', The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Joanna Gruesome and Let's Wrestle, is closing its doors. Founder Sean Price takes us through the lessons he's learned "I think indie pop is dying off in a way"
"08.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com After the Moonlight fades: what's next for LGBT cinema The shock Oscar win of the low-budget drama about a black gay man's life has set in motion a year that might finally provide a substantive view of sexuality What's next for LGBT cinema?
"08.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com From Bob Newhart to Chris Rock: 10 standup comedy milestones As Netflix invest in Amy Schumer, Chris Rock and Jerry Seinfeld, what have been the most important comedy specials on stage? What have been the most important comedy specials on stage?
"08.03.2017 10:17:00" theguardian.com Funny, messy and real: why Sharon Horgan is the most watchable woman on TV The star of the brutally honest Catastrophe talks about why fans identify with the sitcom – and why it's tricky to watch HBO show Divorce with her husband “It's no fun watching two people argue and have a shit time together”
"08.03.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com Steps back in time: why the pop group's return is cause for celebration Music snobs be damned – there's an uncomplicated reason why Steps had so many hits. It's that people like really good tunes, and they had them "Music snobs be damned!"
"08.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com F-rated: IMDb introduces classification system to highlight work by women Rating awarded to Frozen, American Honey and others, as database adopts system to raise profile of movies written by, directed by and starring women “I hope that the F rating will become redundant as the stories we see on screen reflect our culture, and that 50% of the stories we see will be told by and about women”
"07.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com SS-GB has created a miracle – an alt-world where the Nazis are utterly dull The BBC took a timely, fascinating, no-fail premise … and absolutely bungled it "The BBC took a timely, fascinating, no-fail premise … and absolutely bungled it"
"07.03.2017 19:00:01" theguardian.com Six surveillance films to make Trump paranoid From All the President's Men to the Bourne series, wiretapping is widespread in Hollywood. No wonder Trump is twitchy … "No wonder Trump is twitchy …"
"07.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com Doc Brown: 'I'm one of the UK's best rappers' The standup, currently touring with Ricky Gervais, built a whole routine around his failed music career. Why is he going back? "There is something intrinsically funny about a ballsy rapper going on stage and admitting that it's all going badly for him. It's the incongruity of it, the anti-boast. I've built a whole career off the back of it”
"07.03.2017 17:30:01" theguardian.com Sign up for the Sleeve Notes email Get music news, bold reviews and unexpected extras emailed direct to you from the Guardian's music desk every Friday Want to get a head start on music news and bold reviews? Sign up to get the best of our music coverage sent to your inbox every Friday
"07.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com Remake remodel: the art of appropriation – in pictures By reusing images made by others, photographers can create unsettling new moods – and give back power to women By reusing images made by others, photographers can create unsettling new moods – and give back power to women
"07.03.2017 16:00:01" theguardian.com How we made cult cartoon Mr Benn David McKee: 'My parents didn't have a TV. They'd watch it in a furniture shop' "My parents didn't have a TV. They'd watch it in a furniture shop"
"07.03.2017 15:00:00" theguardian.com Neil Gaiman on Will Eisner: 'He thought comics were an artform – he was right' In the week of what would have been the comics pioneer's 100th birthday, the creator of The Sandman pays tribute to an inspirational storyteller and friend "He thought comics were an artform – he was right"
"07.03.2017 14:38:57" The Guardian Wolfgang Tillmans is giving Kate Hutchinson a live tour of his new exhibition at Tate Modern. Join them for a walk around and leave your questions for Wolfgang below Wolfgang Tillmans is giving Kate Hutchinson a live tour of his new exhibition at Tate Modern. Join them for a walk around and leave your questions for Wolfgang below
"07.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com Laura Marling: 'I had no identity. I was socially bankrupt' At the height of her success, Laura Marling quit music and became a yoga instructor. But now she's back. She talks about falling in love with friends – and why everything's about sex "I had no identity. I was socially bankrupt"
"07.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Daniel Dennett on consciousness and 100 years of Anthony Burgess – books podcast The influential thinker talks about From Bacteria to Bach and Back, and we discuss the A Clockwork Orange author's legacy For this week's Guardian Books podcast Daniel Dennett discusses consciousness and 100 years of Anthony Burgess
"07.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: 'Can people please stop telling me feminism is hot?' The novelist has been accused of making equality mainstream: isn't that the point? Plus an extract from her new Feminist Manifesto In Fifteen Suggestions "Can people please stop telling me feminism is hot?"
"07.03.2017 11:00:01" theguardian.com We need more women composers – and it's not about tokenism, it's about talent Why are female composers not taken as seriously as their male counterparts? Sound and Music, the national development organisation for new music, are determined to do something about it "This falling away of women is a terrible waste and loss of unique musical voices"
"07.03.2017 10:30:00" Timeline Photos Kate Hutchinson will be chatting to German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans live from Tate Modern at 2.30pm GMT today on The Guardian Facebook page
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"07.03.2017 10:00:00" theguardian.com When good TV goes bad: how Brookside's soap lost its suds Brookie was a witty running commentary on Britain in all its curtain-twitching magnificence – until Lindsey Corkhill pulled a Walter White "How did Brookside's soap lose its suds?"
"07.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Sing a sad song: how singer-songwriters are turning trauma into art The Magnetic Fields and Mount Eerie are the latest musicians to ditch florid poetics in favor of frank, personal stories that both reveal and heal How singer-songwriters are turning trauma into art
"06.03.2017 23:00:00" theguardian.com Get Out: the first great paranoia movie of the Trump era The latest in a long lineage of fear flicks, Jordan Peele's horror film channels the political unease of its time "The first great paranoia movie of the Trump era"
"06.03.2017 22:00:01" theguardian.com Can I forgive the man who raped me? Thordis Elva was raped aged 16. Years later, she emailed Tom Stranger, the man who raped her, beginning a raw, painful healing process documented in their book South of Forgiveness. In this extract, they meet to find a way forward "I'll admit that I was floored by your request to meet up. Fearful, anxious, cautious, paranoid"
"06.03.2017 21:00:02" theguardian.com From wild child to beach mum: Mari Katayama – in pictures Born with a rare condition, the artist has chronicled her life in portraits – capturing everything from her tattooed prosthetics to the tentacled creature she stitched together on the shores of Naoshima Born with a rare condition artist Mari Katayama has chronicled her life in portraits
"06.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com How Geena Davis became a champion for women on screen The Oscar winner has spent a decade commissioning research to track representation – but a lot still needs to be done "There are far fewer women in the workforce in the fictional world – where they make it up"
"06.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Misty Copeland: dancing into history She was caught between her impoverished mother and the ballet mistress who offered her a way out. Aaron Hicklin meets Misty Copeland, the first black principal at the American Ballet Theatre "Ballet was a place I felt safe. I didn't have that in any aspect of my life growing up"
"06.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com On my radar: Caitlin Moran's cultural highlights The columnist and author on the joys of yoga, how Melvyn Bragg taught her to deal with pseuds, and the brilliance of the working classes "In these times of austerity, I think it's good to remember there's nothing better than a baked potato"
"06.03.2017 17:00:01" theguardian.com Life as a Muslim in New York – in pictures Exhibition celebrates New York City's diverse Muslim community and the immigration that enriches city life weeks after Trump's executive order fallout Weeks after Donald Trump issued an executive order banning entry to the US by citizens of seven majority Muslim countries, an exhibition has opened at the Museum of the City of New York celebrating the city's Muslim community
"06.03.2017 16:00:00" How a German prison is using theatre to de-radicalise young Is... In the juvenile prison of Wiesbaden in Germany there are more than 300 inmates, including returning Isis fighters from Syria. A pilot project by the German government seeks to reintegrate individuals through the study of the Qur'an and through theatre
"06.03.2017 15:00:01" theguardian.com Brick Lane in the 80s: before it became Banglatown Raju Vaidyanathan's photographs of east London's famous street market area in the 80s capture how much it has changed Raju Vaidyanathan's photographs of Brick Lane in the 80s capture how much it has changed
"06.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com Julie Cunningham: 'The traditional duet always has the woman reliant on the man. I'm sick of it' The dancer turned choreographer on gender, her new company, and the highs and lows of working with Merce Cunningham "The traditional duet always has the woman reliant on the man. I'm sick of it"
"06.03.2017 13:00:01" theguardian.com Filthy rich: our tortured love affair with wealth porn From Fifty Shades to Big Little Lies and Billions, what drives our fascination with seeing how the other half live? "What drives our fascination with wealth porn?"
"06.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Punk prosthetics: the mesmerising art of living sculpture Mari Katayama Born with tibial hemimelia, Japanese artist Mari Katayama chose to have her legs amputated at the age of nine. Now she uses her body in her dazzling work, adorned with crystals, seashells and lifesize dolls "All human bodies are perfect"
"06.03.2017 11:15:00" theguardian.com Emma Watson on Vanity Fair cover: 'feminism about giving women choice' The Beauty and the Beast actor said those who attack photo that shows parts of her breasts do not understand that 'feminism is about giving women choice' "Feminism about giving women choice"
"06.03.2017 10:45:55" theguardian.com Streets ahead: your art on the theme of quality We asked you to share your art on the theme of quality. National Maritime Museum curator Quintin Colville has selected his favourites With the help of National Maritime Museum Guardian readers have been sharing their artwork on the theme of Quality for February
"05.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Land of blood and honey: David Rubinger's Israel – in pictures With an unflinching eye for poignant, even horrifying detail, David Rubinger's images of Israel showed the chaos and humanity behind the headlines With an unflinching eye for poignant, even horrifying detail, David Rubinger's images of Israel showed the chaos and humanity behind the headlines
"05.03.2017 18:00:01" theguardian.com It's all riding on you, Matt LeBlanc! Here's how to save Top Gear The petrolhead franchise speeds back on to our screens his week with LeBlanc at the helm – and absolutely no hype. Here are some tips for turning it around It's all riding on you, Matt LeBlanc!
"05.03.2017 13:00:01" theguardian.com Book readers have never had it so good | Peter Florence In the Hay festival's 30th year, its director urges us to place our trust in storytellers over politicians "For almost 600 years, books are how we've stored what we know"
"05.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Home is where the art is: the visionary architects who shaped Japan A tiny teahouse perched high atop tree trunks, a facade that's shaped like a face … A new exhibition at the Barbican shows how the private house has inspired some of Japan's most extraordinary architecture "The teahouse should always be awkward to enter – it should make you crouch, so you show respect for the tea ceremony"
"04.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Gustav Metzger: an artist who tore down the old to build the new The German artist, who has died aged 90, could make art out of trees, newspapers, fridges or cars – all of it designed to fight capitalism Gustav Metzger: an artist who tore down the old to build the new
"04.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com Mr Gay Syria: 'A beauty contest in this crisis? It's a way of surviving' Gay Syrians have suffered horrific persecution under Isis. But a new documentary by Turkish director Ayşe Toprak about a beauty contest, Mr Gay Syria, hopes to follow Moonlight in changing perceptions Gay Syrians have suffered horrific persecution under Isis. But a new documentary by Turkish director Ayşe Toprak about a beauty contest, Mr Gay Syria, hopes to follow Moonlight in changing perceptions
"04.03.2017 15:00:01" theguardian.com Ross Raisin: 'A Natural is not about football. It's about identity, shame, love' The books interview: the prize-winning novelist on outsiders, Bradford City and his tale of a young gay footballer struggling to fit in "My wife said I write about the father-son relationship quite a lot, and it's true"
"04.03.2017 12:00:01" theguardian.com Daria: the 90s cartoon that nailed American feminist teenhood Twenty years ago this week a recurring character on Beavis and Butthead, got her own show and became a youth culture icon who embodied slacker chic "Daria blossomed into an icon of above-it-all, take-no-shit feminism"
"04.03.2017 09:00:01" theguardian.com The Love Witch director Anna Biller: 'I'm in conversation with the pornography all around us' Biller's latest film is a stylish feminist fantasy of witchcraft in the modern era – and, she says, Trump has made it more relevant than ever "What would happen if men loved women as strongly as women want them to?"
"03.03.2017 22:00:01" theguardian.com Logan: Hugh Jackman's X-Men farewell, mini-mutants – discuss with spoilers It's got great reviews, but how does Logan fit in to the X-Men-verse, and can a pre-teen girl move the franchise into the future? "How does Logan fit in to the X-Men-verse?"
"03.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com The American art scene is dying of philistinism | Jonathan Jones In the UK, the art scene's ability to reconcile high culture and pop sensibilities is in stark contrast to the US, where a crisis in art galleries is growing "In the UK, the art scene's ability to reconcile high culture and pop sensibilities is in stark contrast to the US, where a crisis in art galleries is growing"
"03.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com The Reformation should have been a warning to Remainers If David Cameron had understood the causes and progress of the English Reformation he would have realised the appeal of 'very well then, alone' "To abandon Rome – though not as big a risk as abandoning the EU – was a gamble with England's future"
"03.03.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Why Antony Gormley's new iron men are broadening our horizons Five new life-sized figures by Antony Gormley will keep lookout for just one year at waterside sites from Suffolk to the Bristol Channel – their transient quality is part of their timeless appeal "Broadening our horizons"
"03.03.2017 18:00:03" theguardian.com Hampstead: will filmgoers be flocking to the heath – or running for the hills? There's bereavement, bonding and a Hairy Biker lookalike in the trailer for Diane Keaton's romcom, which threatens to 'do a Notting Hill' for leafy north London Threatening to 'do a Notting Hill' for leafy north London?
"03.03.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com Rebirth of the uncool: why landfill indie should finally gets its dues As the Cribs and the View return to celebrate early albums, perhaps its time this mid-00s scene was re-evaluated. Should we be digging out the winklepickers? Rebirth of the uncool?
"03.03.2017 15:00:01" theguardian.com The high art of Erik Madigan Heck's fashion photography – in pictures From heady shots for Mary Kantrantzou to dreamy scenes for Dries Van Noten, the American artist's work is being published in a new book. Taking inspiration from painting, his photographs are at once timeless and futuristic The high art of Erik Madigan Heck's fashion photography
"03.03.2017 14:07:23" The Guardian Horizon Zero Dawn from Guerrilla Games and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild by Nintendo are both out this week. Jordan and Lydia will be running through the forests so leave your tips, tricks and comments. Warning: games contain moderate violence Horizon Zero Dawn and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild are both out this week. Jordan and Lydia will be running through the forests so leave your tips, tricks and comments. Warning: games contain moderate violence
"03.03.2017 13:00:01" theguardian.com Kong: Skull Island review – only de-evolution can explain this zestless mashup Tom Hiddleston's talents are lost in this jumbled jungle caper that repeatedly indulges in anti-climax and silliness "Tom Hiddleston's talents are lost in this jumbled jungle caper that repeatedly indulges in anti-climax and silliness"
"03.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Have we got Machiavelli all wrong? What if the Italian civil servant whose name became shorthand for devious politics was trying to warn us about the despots, not advise them? "Between his double-edged lines, Machiavelli makes it clear why popular government is better than authoritarian rule"
"03.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com Sleaford Mods: English Tapas review – a bruising, brilliant post-Brexit tirade | Alexis Petridis' album of the week The speed at which they work makes Sleaford Mods' albums feel more topical than almost any other band's – and their first post-referendum album finds them on typically furious, funny form "The speed at which they work makes Sleaford Mods' albums feel more topical than almost any other band's"
"03.03.2017 10:21:19" theguardian.com Fatima Bhutto on Indian partition film Viceroy's House: 'I watched this servile pantomime and wept' Gurinder Chadha's film is a glossy imperial version of India's traumatic partition that scandalously misrepresents the historical reality "I watched this servile pantomime and wept"
"03.03.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com The Kettering Incident – do you miss Stranger Things? This will tide you over With its kids on bikes, creepy CCTV footage and monsters in the forest, Elizabeth Debicki's chilling horror show is a treat for fans of the Upside Down Do you miss Stranger Things? This will tide you over
"02.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Veteran Israeli photographer David Rubinger dies aged 92 Former Time-Life photojournalist was renowned for photo of Israeli paratroopers at Western Wall during six-day war “There are those who write the pages of history, and there are those who illustrate them through their camera's lens"
"02.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Susan Sarandon: 'It's an easy place to put your frustrations, to blame me' The actor discusses playing Bette Davis in the new small-screen drama Feud and why she's tired of people criticizing her for refusing to support Hillary Clinton "I think it is more annoying to have a woman with opinions for a lot of people"
"02.03.2017 19:00:01" theguardian.com De Stijl turns 100 – but still cannot touch the greats of abstract act Piet Mondrian and the rest of the De Stijl movement were admirable idealists, but their work is constipated compared with the wild moods of their American peers "De Stijl turns 100 – but still cannot touch the greats of abstract act"
"02.03.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com Richard III: to make Shakespeare feminist, you need more than just a woman in the lead | Cassie Tongue Kate Mulvany is astonishing in the title role of Bell Shakespeare's latest Richard III, but that doesn't make it politically radical "To make Shakespeare feminist, you need more than just a woman in the lead"
"02.03.2017 17:00:01" theguardian.com Purple rain: Marilyn Mugot's neon China – in pictures In cities like Chongqing and Guilin, French photographer Marilyn Mugot finds a China lit up by the rush of modern life "In cities like Chongqing and Guilin, French photographer Marilyn Mugot finds a China lit up by the rush of modern life"
"02.03.2017 16:13:01" theguardian.com Ed Sheeran: 'I got hammered and cracked Justin Bieber in the face with a golf club' As he releases his third album ÷, the biggest male pop star on the planet talks about his most surreal moments of fame, being mobbed on EasyJet and why he built a pub in his garden "I bought a sports car that I never drive because I look like a tit in it"
"02.03.2017 14:11:33" The Guardian Legendary soundclash DJ and reggae aficionado David 'Ram Jam' Rodigan talks to Kate Hutchinson about his five favourite records.
Leave your own questions for David in the comments below Legendary soundclash DJ and reggae aficionado David 'Ram Jam' Rodigan talks to Kate Hutchinson about his favourite records, live from Spiritland in London.
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"02.03.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Gustav Metzger, pioneer of auto-destructive art, dies aged 90 Artist, whose pieces included garbage bags, inspired artists such as the Who guitarist Pete Townshend “When I saw the Nazis march, I saw machine-like people and the power of the Nazi state. Auto-destructive art is to do with rejecting power”
"02.03.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com 'The cat in the coffin almost steals the show' … the Deutsche Börse photography prize Landscapes at night, a hallucinatory road trip, ghetto life after the LA riots and a dead pet … our critic weighs the contenders "The cat in the coffin almost steals the show"
"02.03.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com 'Your uni years are for puking in bushes' … the writer of Skins on her new thriller Clique When Jess Brittain started researching Clique, she no longer recognised student life. Enter a sinister world of debt, dodgy internships – and death by Twitter "Your uni years are for puking in bushes"
"02.03.2017 10:03:00" Timeline Photos Kate Hutchinson will be chatting to radio DJ David 'Ram Jam' Rodigan live from Spiritland at 2pm GMT today on The Guardian Facebook page
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"02.03.2017 10:00:01" theguardian.com Yuval Noah Harari: you ask the questions Got something to ask the historian and author? Here's your chance, ahead of an interview to be published later this month Got something to ask historian and author Yuval Noah Harari? Here's your chance
"01.03.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Pritzker prize for architecture won by little known Catalan trio The most prestigious award in architecture goes to three-person Spanish company who avoid the international limelight and 'flee from fashions' “We have always tried to flee from fashions, or make architecture located in a precise moment”
"01.03.2017 20:00:02" theguardian.com Kelly Reichardt: 'Faster, faster, faster – we all want things faster' The Certain Women director on why she cast Michelle Williams and Kristen Stewart in her latest dose of 'slow cinema', adapted from Maile Meloy's stories "You work really hard not to sum things up in film-making"
"01.03.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Steve Coogan: 'The Trip is Last of the Summer Wine for Guardian readers' Ahead of Coogan and Rob Brydon's third foodie adventure, they talk about the perils of ageing – and why they would never do a Trump impersonation "The Trip is Last of the Summer Wine for Guardian readers"
"01.03.2017 19:00:03" theguardian.com The audacity of hype: could Obama's presidential memoir be the greatest ever? The literary output of former White House residents is a mixed bag. Surely this most writerly of politicians will produce a book to savour "Could Obama's presidential memoir be the greatest ever?"
"01.03.2017 18:00:01" theguardian.com A century of National Geographic infographics – in pictures From the deepest caves to the far reaches of space, National Geographic has been bringing the mysteries of the world – and beyond – to coffee tables since 1888 From the deepest caves to the far reaches of space, National Geographic has been bringing the mysteries of the world – and beyond – to coffee tables since 1888
"01.03.2017 17:00:32" theguardian.com Depeche Mode – 10 of the best Last week, they were forced to deny being the official band of the alt-right. In fact, from synthpop to sleaze rock, Depeche Mode are a vital band "From synthpop to sleaze rock, Depeche Mode are a vital group"
"01.03.2017 16:00:00" theguardian.com Time Travel: A History by James Gleick review – why haven't we realised the dream? A survey that takes in HG Wells, Einstein and Doctor Who claims science is too heavily influenced by fiction "Science is too heavily influenced by fiction"
"01.03.2017 15:00:01" theguardian.com Woman overboard! Hull unveils its spectacular floating city show The City of Culture is hitting the waves for Flood, its wildly ambitious flagship show – and even the boat gets a stunt double 'Things only get weirder from here'
"01.03.2017 14:00:00" theguardian.com Sex symbols: what does a blue hankie in your left back pocket mean? Hal Fischer took the language of the instruction manual and applied it to the jocks and leathermen of gay San Francisco in the 70s. He explains the code “The work was very subversive, and I still get a kick out of that”
"01.03.2017 13:00:01" theguardian.com Rachel Griffiths: 'I think I have been a very poor and bad feminist' The outspoken Australian actor joins an all-star cast for When We Rise, a TV miniseries exploring the gay rights movement in the US “You're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't”
"01.03.2017 12:00:05" theguardian.com Barack and Michelle Obama sign record book deals with Penguin Random House Books by former president and first lady said to have been sold for more than $60m and will focus on White House years Barack and Michelle Obama sign record book deals with Penguin Random House
"01.03.2017 11:00:03" theguardian.com The new noir: how teen TV went over to the dark side Shows like Clique, Riverdale and Sweet/Vicious are tackling tougher issues than their adult counterparts "The kids might be far from alright in 2017, but with the TV industry more engaged with their reality than ever, teen dramas are only getting better"
"01.03.2017 09:55:08" theguardian.com Get Out: the film that dares to reveal the horror of liberal racism in America Jordan Peele's critically acclaimed low-budget shocker became a surprise hit and showed viewers a terrifying look at the fractured myth of a post-racial US "The villains here aren't southern rednecks or neo-Nazi skinheads, or the so-called “alt-right”. They're middle-class white liberals"
"01.03.2017 09:00:02" theguardian.com Where have all the female travel writers gone? | Sara Wheeler Only a quarter of the titles submitted to this year's Dolman Travel Book award were women, despite Mary Kingsley and Matha Gellhorn demonstrating that women make excellent travellers Where have all the female travel writers gone?
"28.02.2017 20:00:02" theguardian.com Oscar-winner Ezra Edelman on making his epic documentary OJ: Made in America As his extraordinary eight-hour film bags an Oscar, the director reveals how he got the key players to break their silence "There was no point I was trying to prove"
"28.02.2017 19:00:02" theguardian.com 'Harder, faster, louder': how drone-pilot drama Grounded shook the world George Brant's electric monologue Grounded was one of the first plays to explore a new form of war. The playwright, actor Lucy Ellinson and director Christopher Haydon recall creating a fringe smash that channelled Top Gun George Brant's electric monologue Grounded was one of the first plays to explore a new form of war. The playwright, actor Lucy Ellinson and director Christopher Haydon recall creating a fringe smash that channelled Top Gun
"28.02.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com Game of Clones – the dating show of your creepiest dreams Do you have a type? Would you like to walk into a room full of doppelgangers fighting for your affections? Then a new show is just right for you "The dating show of your creepiest dreams"
"28.02.2017 17:00:03" theguardian.com The masterpieces hiding in old master paintings – in pictures Using x-rays and ultraviolet light, Alejandro Guijarro looks deep into the very fabric of old master paintings – and finds a mysterious world of light and shade Using x-rays and ultraviolet light, Alejandro Guijarro looks deep into the very fabric of old master paintings
"28.02.2017 13:00:05" theguardian.com Impulse buys and sealed white cubes: inside the world's greatest photography collections Haitian looters, dining Hussars, a woman in heels strolling down Sniper's Alley … two of the world's most influential collectors of photography give us a rare glimpse inside their archives – and pick their favourites “Collectors can influence the way our history is defined”
"28.02.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com How we made Cockney Rebel's Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me) Steve Harley: 'No one knew it at the time, but the song is about the guys who walked out of the band' "When we reached to No 1, we all jumped into the hotel swimming pool with our clothes on"
"28.02.2017 11:00:01" theguardian.com Broadchurch review: a new case – and new life – for the crime drama It's a return to form for the third and final series, as Olivia Colman and David Tennant are joined by Corrie's Julie Hesmondhalgh. Plus: what really goes on in the House of Lords? "A new case and new life for Broadchurch"
"28.02.2017 09:33:10" theguardian.com Zoë Kravitz: Hollywood still has a race problem Despite her famous family, the star of new TV miniseries Big Little Lies hasn't had an easy ride in the film industry "Hollywood still has a race problem"
"28.02.2017 09:00:02" theguardian.com Don't let that Oscars blunder overshadow Moonlight's monumental achievement Barry Jenkins's movie is a brave and brilliant work of art that also happens to be a black, gay story. What a shame if the announcement gaffe is what people remember about its victory "Barry Jenkins's movie is a brave and brilliant work of art that also happens to be a black, gay story. What a shame if the announcement gaffe is what people remember about its victory"
"27.02.2017 23:00:00" theguardian.com Rufus Norris: 'We are living in an age of extreme selfishness' Shocked by the Brexit vote, the director of the National Theatre embarked on an ambitious countrywide listening project. Rufus Norris explains how everyone from shepherds to shop workers shaped his new production "We are living in an age of extreme selfishness"
"27.02.2017 22:00:00" theguardian.com Richard Avedon: In the American West – in pictures Some of the most powerful portraits that Richard Avedon ever shot were those commissioned by the Amon Carter Museum of Art, in Fort Worth, Texas Some of the most powerful portraits that Richard Avedon ever shot feature in the new series In the American West
"27.02.2017 21:00:03" theguardian.com A new Seoul: Han Youngsoo's reborn Korea – in pictures Han Youngsoo photographed Seoul as it rebuilt itself after the war into a sleek modern city – and captured its people in beautifully composed images Han Youngsoo photographed Seoul as it rebuilt itself after the war into a sleek modern city – and captured its people in beautifully composed images
"27.02.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Ayòbámi Adébáyò: 'We should decide for ourselves what happiness looks like' The author of Stay With Me on child-free marriage, how sickle cell disease affects life in Nigeria and how she got started "We should decide for ourselves what happiness looks like"
"27.02.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Seann Walsh: 'I wrote a line for The Thick Of It – it's probably my proudest moment' The fun-loving standup and panel show regular on the things that make him laugh the most, from Partridge to sausage "I wrote a line for The Thick Of It – it's probably my proudest moment"
"27.02.2017 18:00:02" theguardian.com Will the last Broadchurch be a return to gripping drama? The signs are good After a disastrous second series, creator Chris Chibnall is refusing to play it safe for the show's final case. But could the sexual violence be too extreme? "The signs are good"
"27.02.2017 17:00:04" theguardian.com Alison Goldfrapp: 'Artists are private people, observers' Ahead of the release of Goldfrapp's new album, Silver Eye, the singer discusses creativity, sexuality, fame and Desert Island Discs "We don't live in an era that has artists with the kind of influence of Bowie or Prince any more"
"27.02.2017 15:00:04" theguardian.com Bill Paxton: sad loss of a superb supporting actor with leading man chops | Peter Bradshaw The star, who has died suddenly aged 61, shone brightest in his characterful collaborations with Billy Bob Thornton, but he also made a sturdy action hero in the likes of Twister "He had an open, good-natured face which could nevertheless cloud interestingly with sadness or anger or malice"
"27.02.2017 14:00:05" theguardian.com Gemma Cairney: 'I was a naughty teen – I got told not to talk back' The radio DJ and author on her life lessons for young and old – plus raving in Margate "Real conversation is so beautiful"
"27.02.2017 13:00:05" theguardian.com Celebrities getting political at the Oscars? Give them an award There is something pretty hilarious about people saying celebrities shouldn't talk about politics, when a celebrity is currently the president of the United States "There is something pretty hilarious about people saying celebrities shouldn't talk about politics, when a celebrity is currently the president of the United States"
"27.02.2017 12:00:03" theguardian.com Sign songs: graphic design goes pop – in pictures Swedish graphic designer creates visual puns to bring to life the titles of well-known songs Swedish graphic designer Viktor Hertz has created visual puns to bring to life the titles of well-known songs
"27.02.2017 10:43:02" theguardian.com When gongs go wrong ... a short history of awards being given to the losers Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway's epic error in reading out the wrong best picture winner was unprecedented at Oscars. Accuracy at other ceremonies, however, is more erratic … A short history of awards being given to the losers
"27.02.2017 09:00:02" theguardian.com Emel Mathlouthi: 'It's important to be out there as a creative woman from a Muslim culture' The Tunisian protest musician, who came to fame during the Arab Spring, is reclaiming her identity by pairing traditional beats with modern electronica "It's important to be out there as a creative woman from a Muslim culture"
"26.02.2017 23:52:40" theguardian.com Oscars 2017 live: the red carpet, the ceremony and the aftermath Follow all the latest from this year's Academy Awards as Jimmy Kimmel hosts what's set to be a politically charged ceremony with La La Land and Moonlight predicted to take the big prizes It is cinema's biggest night of the year - and we are live blogging all of the glitz and glamour of #Oscars2017
"26.02.2017 21:00:02" theguardian.com Ricky Gervais review – ruthless, self-revealing show is his best yet Gervais's new set, Humanity, is pumped with scorn and provocation but the inclusion of more personal material gives a rare glimpse of a gentler man "Ricky Gervais's Humanity is pumped with scorn and provocation but the inclusion of more personal material gives a rare glimpse of a gentler man"
"26.02.2017 18:00:03" theguardian.com A brief history of the Oscars in viral moments they want you to forget The shocks, the cockups, the stumbles … and anything involving John Travolta. We relive the moments everyone secretly hopes for The shocks, the cockups, the stumbles … and anything involving John Travolta. We relive the Oscars moments everyone secretly hopes for
"26.02.2017 13:00:02" theguardian.com 'No one has bigger dreams': the Hollywood gamble of Robert Evans With The Godfather and Chinatown, Robert Evans revolutionised the movie industry. Now, Simon McBurney is staging the mogul's scandalous memoir, The Kid Stays in the Picture. They talk about art, life and America With The Godfather and Chinatown, Robert Evans revolutionised the movie industry
"26.02.2017 09:00:04" theguardian.com Stormzy: Gang Signs and Prayer review – teeming with original ideas The south London MC arrived on the grime scene fully formed and at just the right time – but it's his lyrical gifts that have made him a star "Teeming with original ideas"
"25.02.2017 21:00:02" theguardian.com Bay of punks: remembering when punk rock invaded San Francisco The scene in the Bay Area was never chronicled in the same way as New York or Los Angeles. Now a new crop of photography books and projects are bringing San Franciscan punk into focus Remembering when punk rock invaded San Francisco
"25.02.2017 18:00:01" theguardian.com Jane England's best photograph: Jasper Havoc in a London skip 'He wasn't always in drag but he was in permanent diva mode, louche and funny' "A very delicate person, beneath the flamboyance"
"25.02.2017 13:00:03" theguardian.com Blur, Radiohead, Missy Elliot and more: readers share their favourite albums turning 20 To mark the 20th anniversary of some key releases from 1997, here are 20 albums, from Sleater-Kinney to Super Furry Animals, that made a lasting impression on you Celebrating the albums of 1997 with Blur, Radiohead, Missy Elliott and more
"25.02.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Yiyun Li: 'I used to say that I was not an autobiographical writer – that was a lie' The Chinese-American author discusses her breakdown and facing up to the trauma of her past "Family is a pattern; I've looked at it all my life, and I can't change it"
"24.02.2017 23:00:01" theguardian.com Patriots Day review – gripping account of the Boston marathon bombings The narrative pulse of this tense thriller about real-life events is strong enough to override Mark Wahlberg's irritating heroics as a fictional cop "The narrative pulse of this tense thriller about real-life events is strong enough to override Mark Wahlberg's irritating heroics as a fictional cop"
"24.02.2017 22:00:02" theguardian.com At the Drive-In pick up where they left off – sounding like the future Seventeen years after they split, At the Drive-In's return brings back hot-footed, high-wire punk that honours their past Seventeen years after they split, At the Drive-In's return brings back hot-footed, high-wire punk that honours their past
"24.02.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com Shut In review – Naomi Watts shines in a twisty, Hitchcockian thriller A child psychologist is gripped by grief and anxiety after a terrible tragedy in this watchable, low-key suspense-horror "It's low-key and modestly budgeted, but perfectly well made, and Naomi Watts maintains a cool and steady presence"
"24.02.2017 20:00:03" theguardian.com Spoon frontman Britt Daniel: 'I wanted to be a musician, not a rockstar' The Austin act may not be famed for their wild exploits – but they're one of the finest bands of their generation. They explain how a love of new wave and the Young Ones gave them a pop-culture education "I wanted to be a musician, not a rockstar"
"24.02.2017 19:30:00" theguardian.com The vital protest art of Jeff Donaldson: 'He stood up for what he believed in' The first ever solo exhibition in New York for the civil rights-championing artist uncovers a career filled with important and sensitive works “He stood up for what he believed in, he was very anti-establishment and an active participant in the civil rights movement. He made art for the people who were protesting for equal rights.”
"24.02.2017 19:00:01" theguardian.com Mike Leigh on Abigail's Party at 40: 'I was sure it would sink without trace' In 1977, over an epic Chinese meal, Mike Leigh was persuaded to return to theatre. It was supposed to be a quick, forgettable job but became the hottest ticket in town "I was sure it would sink without trace"
"24.02.2017 18:00:05" theguardian.com Waltzing with the debutantes: the Vienna opera ball – in pictures Opening ceremony sees debutantes performing classical dances. With the ball still hugely popular in Austria, it attracts big TV audiences, celebrity guests – and the president The Vienna opera ball is still hugely popular in Austria and attracts big TV audiences, celebrity guests – and the president
"24.02.2017 17:00:42" theguardian.com Reggae DJ David Rodigan: 'My name was adopted by a Kingston gangster. He's dead now' He may look like 'a bank manager', but after 40 years immersed in the genre, the DJ is respected from Jamaican dance halls to London superclubs. As he releases his memoirs, he recalls his criminal namesake and reggae's rebel roots "He may look like 'a bank manager', but after 40 years immersed in the genre, the DJ David Rodigan is respected from Jamaican dance halls to London superclubs"
"24.02.2017 16:00:49" theguardian.com Blanca Li: the dance powerhouse wanted by everyone from Daft Punk to Beyoncé She has blazed a trail from Granada to New York to Paris, rapping, partying and dancing in a latex flamenco dress. Is Britain ready for Blanca Li and her ramshackle dancing robots? "Is Britain ready for Blanca Li and her ramshackle dancing robots?"
"24.02.2017 14:30:01" theguardian.com Why Arrival should win the best picture Oscar As our series heads towards its conclusion, Catherine Shoard makes the case for Denis Villeneuve's staggering alien invasion film "It's a heart-trip, which fiddles with your innards from the get-go"
"24.02.2017 14:08:43" The Guardian We have the Nintendo Switch! Join Keith, Jordan and her brother and sister as they test out 1-2-Switch, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Just Dance 2017. Want to get involved? Comment below We have the Nintendo Switch! Join Keith, Jordan and her brother and sister as they test out 1-2-Switch, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Just Dance 2017. Want to get involved? Comment below
"24.02.2017 13:00:04" theguardian.com Isabelle Huppert: 'Men aren't afraid of women the way women are afraid of men' France's arthouse star has received her first Oscar nomination for the rape revenge thriller Elle. She explains why her character is a 'post-feminist heroine' – and why she wanted the controversial role that Hollywood actors wouldn't touch "Men aren't afraid of women the way women are afraid of men"
"24.02.2017 12:00:02" theguardian.com Pool boys: Tino Razo's backyard skateboarders – in pictures With a gang of nimble friends, skater and photographer Tino Razo documents the illegal underground skate scene around California's empty swimming pools With a gang of nimble friends, skater and photographer Tino Razo documents the illegal underground skate scene around California's empty swimming pools
"24.02.2017 10:38:41" theguardian.com La La Land's inevitable Oscars win is a disaster for Hollywood – and for us This year's other best picture nominees have heart, soul and humanity. Damien Chazelle's tawdry, dispiriting confection has none – it's the tale of two narcissists who sacrifice love for self-interest "It's the tale of two narcissists who sacrifice love for self-interest"
"23.02.2017 21:00:03" theguardian.com No one should demand the closure of galleries – even for far-right artworks The campaign to shut down London's LD50 for giving a platform to extremist speakers is pathetic. Art galleries must be allowed to anger and disgust us "Art galleries must be allowed to anger and disgust us"
"23.02.2017 21:00:03" theguardian.com Funny Girl review – Sheridan Smith returns with passion, pain and steel Smith is never less than astonishing as she kicks off a UK tour of the musical based on Fanny Brice's rollercoaster vaudeville life "Sheridan Smith returns with passion, pain and steel"
"23.02.2017 20:01:07" theguardian.com Jay Z 'over the moon' to be first rapper in Songwriters Hall of Fame 'We are now alongside some of the greatest writers in history,' said the hip-hop star, who will be inducted in June alongside Berry Gordy, Max Martin and others "We are now alongside some of the greatest writers in history"
"23.02.2017 19:00:01" theguardian.com Spirit of 68: French countercultural art – in pictures After the protests of May 1968 failed to generate lasting political change, French artists developed a fierce and funny new language – one based around irony and violence After the protests of May 1968 failed to generate lasting political change in their country, French artists developed a fierce, funny new language
"23.02.2017 18:00:44" theguardian.com 'And the Oscar will go to' … who shall win the 2017 Academy Awards, and why Make room for Denzel Washington in the three-timer club and Emma Stone on the podium: our awards expert tells you where to put your money These are the movies to back
"23.02.2017 17:02:47" theguardian.com Poetry, love and psychosis: can writing help us come to terms with mental illness? In hospital in 1972, Paula Keogh fell in love with the poet Michael Dransfield. In her new memoir she captures the voice of her illness and the man she loved Can writing help us come to terms with mental illness?
"23.02.2017 16:07:39" theguardian.com 'Ken Loach for kids': the minds behind My Life As a Courgette A boy who kills his alcoholic mum is the unlikely star of this Oscar-nominated family film. Its makers tell us about taking young audiences seriously and planning to 'crush their little hearts' "It's about youth at the margin"
"23.02.2017 15:00:33" theguardian.com Miranda Hart on the horrors of teen life: 'Slow dances were the worst – but it's way scarier now' The TV star reveals why she's penned a comedy for real teens – to help them navigate Snapchat FOMO, and dodge the tedium of hour-long makeup tutorials "Teenage life is a minefield: impossible to navigate without scarring"
"23.02.2017 14:09:44" The Guardian Writer and BBC Radio 1 presenter Gemma Cairney joins Kate Hutchinson to talk about the five books that have influenced her, as she publishes her first book, Open: A Tool Kit for How Magic and Messed Up Life Can Be published by Macmillan Children's Books. Writer and BBC Radio 1 presenter Gemma Cairney joins Kate Hutchinson to talk about the five books that have influenced her, as she publishes her first book, Open: A Tool Kit for How Magic and Messed Up Life Can Be. Have a question for Gemma? Leave it
"23.02.2017 13:24:18" theguardian.com Boring and ignoring grime – but at least the Bedingfields weren't at the Brits Award for A Tribe Called Quest is really only surprise on a night of predictable winners, with David Bowie taking home best male solo artist "At least the Bedingfields weren't at the Brits"
"23.02.2017 11:39:22" Timeline Photos Today Kate Hutchinson will be talking to BBC Radio 1 presenter Gemma Cairney about books, music and March 8, 2017 International Women's Day on The Guardian Facebook page at 2pm GMT.
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"23.02.2017 11:00:01" theguardian.com Hedda Gabler, This is Not a Love Story review – Hedda get your gun As the heroine of Ibsen's psychodrama, a pistol-packing Victoria Elliott rages against corseted constriction in Selma Dimitrijevic's adaptation As the heroine of Ibsen's psychodrama Hedda Gabler, a pistol-packing Victoria Elliott rages against corseted constriction
"23.02.2017 10:00:01" theguardian.com Top 10 Hollywood novels As excitement rises ahead of Sunday's Oscars, a look at novelists' treatments of the film mecca reveals a rather darker picture As excitement rises ahead of Sunday's Oscars, a look at novelists' treatments of the film mecca reveals a rather darker picture
"23.02.2017 09:00:01" theguardian.com So you want to be an artist? Then let the pros show you how it's done DBC Pierre wrote in a fever, Frank Turner dabbled in thrash and Nikki Amuka-Bird jumped off a cliff. Artists reveal how they got to the top – and how you can too Artists reveal how they got to the top – and how you can too
"23.02.2017 07:05:02" Timeline Photos Predict the Oscar winners in Messenger, and see if you can do better than the rest of our readers
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"22.02.2017 23:00:00" theguardian.com Authors, actors and musicians say Trump order 'silences essential voices' Philip Roth, Margaret Atwood, Zadie Smith and others say 'writers, artists, musicians and filmmakers are often at the vanguard in the fights against terror' “Closing our doors to writers, artists, musicians, and intellectuals not only fails to make America safer, but also creates a sort of cultural isolationism that will tear at our nation's creative fabric.”
"22.02.2017 22:00:02" theguardian.com Othello review – thriller focuses on anti-Muslim prejudice and 'alternative facts' Director Richard Twyman's riveting production excels at depicting the racial and religious tensions underlying Othello and Desdemona's peril "You can't help but weep with Desdemona"
"22.02.2017 20:00:03" theguardian.com End of empire: why Bollywood needs to grasp India's story Seven decades after independence, Indian cinema is still struggling to depict the Raj, leaving its screen depictions – from Gandhi to colonial racism – to be viewed almost solely through British eyes "Seven decades after independence, Indian cinema is still struggling to depict the Raj"
"22.02.2017 19:00:01" theguardian.com Cult Japanese director Seijun Suzuki dies aged 93 Film-maker who paired pop art visuals and yakuza hitmen in Tokyo Drifter leaves behind a singular, surreal body of work that gained international acclaim Cult Japanese director Seijun Suzuki dies aged 93
"22.02.2017 18:00:03" theguardian.com Why Hell or High Water should win the best picture Oscar David Mackenzie's cops and robbers thriller is a throwback to a golden age of Hollywood that reflects smartly on the current plight of post-industrial America "A throwback to a golden age of Hollywood that reflects smartly on the current plight of post-industrial America"
"22.02.2017 17:00:40" theguardian.com This Country: perfect, horrifying TV for anyone who grew up in a village Funny, desperate and spot on, the new BBC comedy about life in a tiny town connects with me in a way no other could. What a terrific achievement "Funny, desperate and spot on, the new BBC comedy about life in a tiny town connects with me in a way no other could"
"22.02.2017 16:00:15" theguardian.com Moonlight is a powerful affirmation for gay black men: we're supposed to exist | Josh Lee The whitewashed heterosexual culture I grew up in didn't speak to me. But this film lays all the answers I needed in my childhood at my feet "This film lays all the answers I needed in my childhood at my feet"
"22.02.2017 14:55:13" theguardian.com Primal Scream – 10 of the best From jangly C86 indie band to generation-defining soundtrackers of the acid house era and paranoid comedown rockers, Bobby Gillespie and co just keep on keeping on "Bobby Gillespie and co just keep on keeping on"
"22.02.2017 11:57:43" theguardian.com Out of step: the 90s punks of Belfast – in pictures Ricky Adam documented the grassroots punk scene of the Warzone collective in late 90s Belfast – complete with spiked hair, impromptu naps and confused kids Photographer Ricky Adam captured Belfast's punk scene
"21.02.2017 23:00:00" theguardian.com US cinemas to show Nineteen Eighty-Four in anti-Trump protest Coordinated screenings across North America set for 4 April to highlight Orwell's portrait of a government 'that manufactures facts' US cinemas to show Nineteen Eighty-Four in anti-Trump protest
"21.02.2017 22:00:01" theguardian.com Billions: the show so smart it makes The West Wing look slow As the Damian Lewis v Paul Giamatti epic returns, we salute a fast world where risky behaviour rules – and which will only get more gripping by the week As the Damian Lewis v Paul Giamatti epic returns, we salute a fast world where risky behaviour rules – and which will only get more gripping by the week
"21.02.2017 21:00:02" theguardian.com How Alan Aldridge made the 60s swing – in pictures The graphic artist's swirling, kaleidoscopic images – made for everyone from the Beatles to Andy Warhol and the Who – perfectly captured those heady days of psychedelia Alan Aldridge perfectly captured the heady days of psychedelia in the 1960s
"21.02.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com The Trouble with Dad review – joking about his father's dementia is a kind of therapy for David Baddiel The comedian explores his dad Colin's Pick's disease, not to mention their relationship, in a brutal, brave and sometimes very funny film David Baddiel explores his dad Colin's Pick's disease, not to mention their relationship, in a brutal, brave and sometimes very funny film
"21.02.2017 19:00:02" theguardian.com Liane Moriarty on Big Little Lies, and the 'parallel world' of fame in America Speaking with the Guardian hours before the TV adaptation airs, the Australian author talks anonymity, Hollywood red carpets and weathering storms "Going to America was like going to a parallel world”
"21.02.2017 18:01:09" theguardian.com Coloured skin: the body art of Aida Muluneh – in pictures Ethiopian photographer Aida Muluneh returned to her homeland to cut through the cliches of 'animals, war, and famine' with ultra-colourful images Ethiopian photographer Aida Muluneh returned to her homeland to cut through the cliches of 'animals, war, and famine' with ultra-colourful images
"21.02.2017 17:00:06" theguardian.com America after the Fall review – when US art crashed into a fearful modern world Royal Academy, London Dance marathons, dustbowl farms, brawling sailors, impoverished cotton-pickers … Adrian Searle takes a journey through 1930s America in a gripping show Take a journey through 1930s America
"21.02.2017 16:00:06" theguardian.com How we made The Crying Game Miranda Richardson: 'I got some flak off IRA sympathisers. They thought my portrayal of a terrorist was unflattering' "If I couldn't get The Crying Game made, I intended to give up directing and return to writing"
"21.02.2017 15:01:46" theguardian.com Emil Ferris: 'I didn't want to be a woman – being a monster was the best solution' My Favorite Thing Is Monsters is finally out, after the artist battled West Nile virus and the publisher battled copies being held hostage at the Panama Canal "There has never been a debut graphic novel quite like Emil Ferris's My Favorite Thing Is Monsters"
"21.02.2017 14:00:06" theguardian.com Why Hidden Figures should win the best picture Oscar Theodore Melfi's feelgood biopic about three African-American women working for Nasa in the 1960s breaks boundaries with a knowing kick of its kitten heel "Theodore Melfi's feelgood biopic about three African-American women working for Nasa in the 1960s breaks boundaries with a knowing kick of its kitten heel"
"21.02.2017 13:00:03" theguardian.com Parallel lives: how the Brexit vote revealed Britain's divided culture How did our culture became so polarised – and what can Richard Hoggart's The Uses of Literacy, written 60 years ago, teach us about how we live today? "How did our culture became so polarised?"
"21.02.2017 12:00:37" theguardian.com Lorraine Bracco on Goodfellas, therapy, and almost turning down The Sopranos The star talks about fighting with Martin Scorsese, missing James Gandolfini – and her dad scaring Dustin Hoffman at the Oscars "I only saw saw Goodfellas last year"
"21.02.2017 11:00:04" theguardian.com The Halcyon finale recap – heavens to Betsey, what an ending! After an unjustifiably uneven series, we come full circle to the hotel's explosive 50th anniversary party. They pulled out all the stops – and I'm still weeping "After an unjustifiably uneven series, we come full circle to the hotel's explosive 50th anniversary party"
"21.02.2017 10:06:33" theguardian.com The Ladybird phenomenon: the publishing craze that just won't go away The Books for Grown Ups series is worth nearly £30m – so it's no wonder that retro books for 'kids' have spread to other publishers. Now, serious subjects are getting the toilet-book treatment, too The Ladybird phenomenon: the publishing craze that's still flying
"20.02.2017 23:00:01" theguardian.com Sexism in science has roots in Victorian whispering campaigns, claims new book Jealous rivals' rumours about the supposed effeminacy of popular figures such as Humphry Davy left an enduring legacy, says Dr Heather Ellis Sexism in science has roots in Victorian whispering campaigns, claims new book
"20.02.2017 22:00:00" theguardian.com When good TV goes bad: how Popworld's bubble burst In a new column pinpointing the moments great TV shows jumped the shark, we remember Simon Amstell and Miquita Oliver's irrepressible double act – and the ship that sank without them In a new column pinpointing the moments great TV shows jumped the shark, we remember Simon Amstell and Miquita Oliver's irrepressible double act – and the ship that sank without them
"20.02.2017 21:00:00" theguardian.com My favorite best picture Oscar winner: Midnight Cowboy Continuing a series of Guardian writers' all-time Academy picks, Gwilym Mumford explains why the 1970 winner remains a vital and progressive triumph "It was a rare moment when Hollywood saw the coming changes in cinema and, rather than ignore them and hope they went away, rolled out the red carpet"
"20.02.2017 20:00:02" theguardian.com 'The album is a love letter to men': meet feminist supergroup Les Amazones d'Afrique A collective of female stars including Angélique Kidjo, Mariam Doumbia and Nneka is singing out against gender inequality in west Africa over a soundtrack of funk, blues and dub A collective of female stars including Angélique Kidjo, Mariam Doumbia and Nneka is singing out against gender inequality in west Africa over a soundtrack of funk, blues and dub
"20.02.2017 19:00:02" theguardian.com Carson McCullers at 100: a century of American suffering The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, her debut novel of desolate southern lives, made McCullers an instant star – something she never fully recovered from The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, Carson McCullers's debut novel of desolate southern lives, made her an instant star – something she never fully recovered from
"20.02.2017 18:00:03" theguardian.com Stormzy: 'Respect me like you would Frank Ocean or Adele' With debut album Gang Signs & Prayer on target for No 1, the south London rapper talks of his turbulent youth and standing up for young black British men With debut album Gang Signs & Prayer on target for No 1, south London rapper Stormzy talks of his turbulent youth and standing up for young black British men
"20.02.2017 17:00:06" theguardian.com Léa Seydoux: 'I have got lighter as I've got older' She is the darling of independent French cinema who's also been a Bond girl. On the eve of her latest film – and as she becomes a mother for the first time – she tells Will Lawrence how she balances her crippling anxiety with an exhibitionist streak She is the darling of independent French cinema who's also been a Bond girl. On the eve of her latest film Léa Seydoux tells Will Lawrence how she balances her crippling anxiety with an exhibitionist streak
"20.02.2017 16:00:02" theguardian.com 'It's not easy being Iggy Pop in Airdrie' … how a Scottish town became centre of the universe In the early 1980s, punk died and a new force swept Britain, with DIY drone, avant-garde haircuts and a copy of Camus in every back pocket. David Keenan was there In the early 1980s, punk died and a new force swept Britain, with DIY drone, avant-garde haircuts and a copy of Camus in every back pocket. David Keenan was there
"20.02.2017 15:00:02" theguardian.com City of ice: Jan Erik Waider's chilling landscapes – in pictures Iceland-based photographer Jan Erik Waider captures the beautiful yet sinister Arctic twilight of Greenland German-born photographer Jan Erik Waider has captured the landscape of the coast of Greenland in his Arctic Twilight series
"20.02.2017 14:00:05" theguardian.com Silver linings playback: will Jack Nicholson's return inspire film's dormant veterans? The role of an eccentric dad in Toni Erdmann has persuaded the Hollywood heavyweight to make his first movie since 2010. Which of his retired peers are also due a comeback? The role of an eccentric dad in Toni Erdmann has persuaded Jack Nicholson to make his first movie since 2010. Which of his retired peers are also due a comeback?
"20.02.2017 13:30:00" The Intelligence Explosion - how to stop a robot from turning ... Guardian Original Drama returns with a third instalment, a superintelligence sci-fi.
It's 2027 and Mental Endeavours Ltd has a problem with their flagship robot Günther. How do you program an intelligent machine not to annihilate humanity?
And if its
"20.02.2017 13:00:03" theguardian.com Katkin Tremayne: 'Dad would climb over people to get his picture' Roger Mayne captured a world of optimism amid poverty on the streets of 50s and 60s Britain. As a major retrospective comes to London, we talk to the photographer's daughter Photographer Roger Mayne captured scenes of exuberance and innocence on the streets of 50s and 60s Britain. Ahead of a major retrospective, we talk to his daughter about the man who helped to shape postwar photography
"20.02.2017 12:00:38" theguardian.com From Black Mirror to Stranger Things, why do we keep going back to the 80s? The 1980s has become the most beloved decade on TV, with leading shows mining inspiration from its defining films. But it's not just a case of style – the era's refreshing approach to social issues still appeals "Why do we keep going back to the 80s?"
"20.02.2017 10:55:47" theguardian.com Morven Christie: 'Am I the go-to actress to play a bitch?' The star of BBC1's new cuckoo-in-the-nest thriller The Replacement on how she went from being a kid on a council estate to roles in some of TV's finest dramas – and why her years in the theatre were so painful Actor Morven Christie on how she went from being a kid on a council estate to roles in some of TV's finest dramas
"19.02.2017 13:00:05" theguardian.com Big Little Lies: Kidman and Witherspoon shine in masterful twist on Desperate Housewives Bitchy mums, sexy dads, puppet sex and murder. What more could you want? "It starts out as soapy melodrama with good jokes … then rapidly evolves into something far better"
"19.02.2017 09:00:09" theguardian.com Quiz: How well do you know your punk anthems? Do you know your Pistols from your Pogues, or your Slits from your Subs? Be inspired by the soundtrack of Oscar-nominated 20th Century Women, in selected cinemas 10 February and nationwide on 17 February, and prove your punk IQ by completing these lyrics How well do you know your punk anthems?
"18.02.2017 13:00:37" theguardian.com John Cleese: how to write the perfect farce From the runaway rat in Fawlty Towers to Monty Python's cheese shop, John Cleese has clocked up 50 years of sublime silliness. As his new comedy Bang Bang hits the stage, he talks about fear, Feydeau and his love of farce From the runaway rat in Fawlty Towers to Monty Python's cheese shop, John Cleese has clocked up 50 years of sublime silliness. As his new comedy Bang Bang hits the stage, he talks about fear, Feydeau and his love of farce
"18.02.2017 09:00:03" theguardian.com Logan: a homage to the golden age of the western From Clint Eastwood to John Wayne, Hollywood loves its western heroes with a few miles on the clock. In Logan, Hugh Jackman reprises the role of Wolverine, but with the fractured gravitas that made those past screen greats so compelling In Logan, Hugh Jackman reprises the role of Wolverine, but with the fractured gravitas that made those past screen greats so compelling
"17.02.2017 19:00:02" theguardian.com Basil Kirchin: the first painter of music Long before Brian Eno and others realised it was possible, Basil Kirchin was manipulating sounds to create a new and pioneering form of music Long before Brian Eno and others realised it was possible, Basil Kirchin was manipulating sounds to create a new and pioneering form of music
"17.02.2017 18:01:46" theguardian.com From Aretha to Beyoncé: the black artists snubbed by the Grammys Adele apologised when she beat Lemonade but, for over 40 years, while the likes of Christopher Cross were winning, the Temptations, Chic and just about all rap acts have been overlooked The black artists snubbed by the Grammys
"17.02.2017 17:00:00" theguardian.com Aminatta Forna: 'We must take back our stories and reverse the gaze' Writers of African heritage must resist the attempts of others to define us and our history "Writers of African heritage must resist the attempts of others to define us and our history"
"17.02.2017 14:00:03" theguardian.com Mick Jagger wrote a 'masterpiece' memoir that has never been published Rolling Stones manager has denied publisher John Blake permission to put out manuscript that includes tales of the singer buying a mansion while high on acid "It seemed we were there. But then, as is the way with the Rolling Stones, life took over"
"17.02.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com La vie en rose: 40 years of Pierre et Gilles – in pictures From Boy George dressed as Krishna to Isabelle Huppert as a postmodern Ophelia, a new book traces four decades of brilliant images from the photographer and painter couple Pierre and Gilles From Boy George crossed with Krishna to Serge Gainsbourg as an imprisoned Santa, a new book traces four decades of brilliant images from the photographer and painter couple Pierre and Gilles
"17.02.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Keanu Reeves: 'I don't know, man. John Wick is fun' – video interview The star and director of the sequel to the hit film about a hitman upset by the death of his puppy discuss whether cinema needs to show the consequences of violence Keanu Reeves: 'I don't know, man. John Wick is fun'
"17.02.2017 11:00:00" theguardian.com From 21 Jump Street to Baywatch and CHiPs: how Hollywood remade the remake The new wave of 80s TV remakes delights in an ironic self-awareness – but when every recognisable brand has been plundered, what next for Hollywood's directors? The new wave of 80s TV remakes delights in an ironic self-awareness – but when every recognisable brand has been plundered, what next for Hollywood's directors?
"17.02.2017 10:00:03" theguardian.com Why Manchester By the Sea should win the best picture Oscar Kenneth Lonergan's haunting family drama stands out from the pack thanks to its subtlety, complexity and bravery in tackling the big issues "Kenneth Lonergan's haunting family drama stands out from the pack thanks to its subtlety, complexity and bravery in tackling the big issues"
"17.02.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Welcome to Skull Island: on set with Tom Hiddleston and the biggest King Kong ever The director and cast of Kong: Skull Island, including Brie Larson and Samuel L Jackson, discuss filming opposite an 85ft ape – while using as little green screen as possible Welcome to Skull Island: on set with Tom Hiddleston and the biggest King Kong ever
"16.02.2017 23:00:00" theguardian.com Ryan McGinley: The Kids Were Alright – in pictures Ryan McGinley: a new show in Denver documents his hedonistic youth American photographer Ryan McGinley's hedonistic youth is the subject of a new major exhibition
"16.02.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com Groove not approved: permit denied for Summer of Love 50th anniversary party Plans to celebrate a pivotal moment in San Francisco's hippie history have been quashed after city cites safety concerns – and people says it's not cool, man Plans to celebrate a pivotal moment in San Francisco's hippie history have been quashed after city cites safety concerns
"16.02.2017 19:00:00" theguardian.com Ahmed Naji: 'Prison made me believe in literature more' The Egyptian novelist, who was jailed last year for 'violating public morality' with his novel The Use of Life, looks back at an experience he hopes is now over Ahmed Naji: 'Prison made me believe in literature more'
"16.02.2017 18:00:07" theguardian.com Fleetwood Mac – hear an unreleased version of Seven Wonders We've got an early version of one of the standouts from Tango in the Night for you. Have a listen and let us know what you think Fleetwood Mac – hear an unreleased version of Seven Wonders
"16.02.2017 17:00:06" theguardian.com Master blaster: the woman making Björk, Aphex Twin and Eno sound so good How did sound mixer Mandy Parnell make it to the top in such a blokey industry? The former homeless runaway reveals all How did sound mixer Mandy Parnell make it to the top?
"16.02.2017 16:00:10" theguardian.com Theresa May by Rosa Prince review – the anti-Cameron, Brexit PM There is not much that's intriguing about the determined May, apart from her class-based reaction against her predecessor's gilded clique Theresa May – the anti-Cameron, Brexit PM
"16.02.2017 15:00:08" theguardian.com Richard Mosse: Incoming review – shows the white-hot misery of the migrant crisis The Irish artist follows migrants with a thermal military camera as they flee Syria, Iraq and elsewhere, turning them into a teeming mass of ghosts Irish artist Richard Mosse follows migrants with a thermal military camera as they flee Syria, Iraq and elsewhere
"16.02.2017 14:10:44" The Guardian Punk-rocker and tattoo artist Frank Carter joins Kate Hutchinson live to talk about the music and art that means the most to him. Have a question for Frank? Leave it below Punk-rocker and tattoo artist Frank Carter joins Kate Hutchinson live to talk about the music and art that means the most to him. Have a question for Frank? Leave it below
"16.02.2017 14:00:01" theguardian.com Happy 90th June Brown! A celebration of Dot Cotton, EastEnders' coiffured queen She's been playing Albert Square's chain-smoking misery guts for the past 32 years. Long may she reign Happy 90th June Brown!
"16.02.2017 13:01:01" theguardian.com Mark Bustos: the hairdresser to the homeless – in pictures Filipino-American barber Mark Bustos gives free haircuts to the homeless every Sunday – and all over the world Filipino-American barber Mark Bustos gives free haircuts to the homeless all over the world
"16.02.2017 12:00:01" theguardian.com Love Actually sequel to screen on Red Nose Day A follow-up to Richard Curtis's loved-and-hated Christmas ensemble romcom will premiere on the BBC on 24 March and on NBC two months later for US viewers Love Actually sequel to screen on Red Nose Day
"16.02.2017 11:00:01" theguardian.com The month in soaps: the EastEnders face a double-decker disaster Walford market is struck by a bus on the loose. Plus: say hello to Corrie's next top model and goodbye to the Hollyoaks serial killer … for now "It has been a tough month in the Square..."
"16.02.2017 10:30:01" Timeline Photos Kate Hutchinson will be chatting to artist and musician Frank Carter about his work and inspirations on The Guardian Facebook page today at 2pm GMT
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"16.02.2017 10:00:03" theguardian.com Philip Pullman's Book of Dust should learn from JK Rowling's magic The two authors have long written in step, and the His Dark Materials promised 'equel' will hopefully use similar tricks to Harry Potter's author in extending Lyra's story Philip Pullman's Book of Dust should learn from JK Rowling's magic
"16.02.2017 09:00:03" theguardian.com 'So often we get pigeonholed': how queer women of color found a voice online In two new web series, Brown Girls and 195 Lewis, writers and film-makers explore nuances of sexuality and identity often ignored by mainstream media How queer women of color found a voice online
"15.02.2017 23:00:00" theguardian.com Bright lights and a bidet chandelier: Iran gets a blast of shocking colour How will British 'colour activist' David Batchelor go down in a country where vibrant hues are all but banned? Will his lavatorial light land him in trouble? How will British 'colour activist' David Batchelor go down in Iran?
"15.02.2017 22:00:03" theguardian.com David Cay Johnston: 'Publishers assumed Trump would soon disappear' The investigative reporter explains his struggle to publish alarming findings about the US's extraordinary new president 'Publishers assumed Donald Trump would soon disappear'
"15.02.2017 21:00:01" theguardian.com The white frontier: Inuit life in 1900s Canada – in pictures With these images of far-flung communities in north-west Canada, Geraldine Moodie became the one of the country's first professional female photographers Inuit life in 1900s Canada
"15.02.2017 20:00:00" theguardian.com My favorite best picture Oscar winner: Gentleman's Agreement In the first of a series, Peter Bradshaw explains why the 1947 drama about a journalist exploring antisemitism by posing as a Jew remains a sharp and high-minded watch Peter Bradshaw explains why Gentleman's Agreement remains a sharp and high-minded watch
"15.02.2017 19:00:01" theguardian.com Tom Hardy's Taboo and the magical art of TV frustrate-watching A naked, voodoo-loving Tom Hardy is the ultimate suspension of disbelief act. So why do we all persist with shows that baffle us? It's a common curse Tom Hardy's Taboo and the magical art of TV frustrate-watching
"15.02.2017 18:00:01" theguardian.com The fire this time – the legacy of James Baldwin His work fell foul of Civil-Rights-era binary racial and sexual politics but, as a new film shows, now Baldwin's ideas are used to explain everything from Trump to Black Lives Matter The legacy of James Baldwin
"15.02.2017 17:00:04" theguardian.com Why Lion should win the best picture Oscar Continuing our series of Guardian writers' picks for Academy Award glory, Dev Patel's childhood-village hunt not only manages to make Google Earth dramatic, but packs in mighty tearjerking power, too Why Lion should win the best picture Oscar
"15.02.2017 15:00:08" theguardian.com The magic of television: how Doctor Who brought my son and I closer together Some of the most enchanting hours my son and I have shared have been travelling through time and space with the Doctor and his Tardis How Doctor Who brought my son and me closer together
"15.02.2017 13:00:10" theguardian.com Britpop songs – 10 of the best For some it meant the arrogant swagger of Oasis and cheek of Blur, to others it stood for the perceptive wit of Pulp, but mostly the Britpop moment produced catchy tracks about youth on the move "The Britpop moment produced catchy tracks about youth on the move"
"15.02.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Philip Pullman unveils epic fantasy trilogy The Book of Dust Author's new novel series is set in London and Oxford and overlaps with hugely popular His Dark Materials Philip Pullman unveils epic fantasy trilogy The Book of Dust
"15.02.2017 10:23:21" theguardian.com Celia Imrie on Victoria Wood, writing novels – and being caught in the Nice terror attack The star talks about her novels for neglected women, missing her 'dear pal' Victoria Wood – and how it was a miracle she survived the lorry attack in Nice Celia Imrie on Victoria Wood, writing novels – and being caught in the Nice terror attack
"15.02.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com Prue Leith: can the culinary legend fill Mary Berry's boots on Bake Off? Channel 4 has reportedly lined up the veteran restaurateur to judge GBBO. Could she be the perfect foil to Paul Hollywood? Can culinary Prue Leith legend fill Mary Berry's boots on Bake Off?
"14.02.2017 22:00:02" theguardian.com The Crucible: the perfect play for our post-truth times In the 50s, Arthur Miller used 17th-century Salem to comment on the 'red scare'. His drama is chillingly pertinent in the first weeks of Trump's presidency The Crucible: the perfect play for our post-truth times
"14.02.2017 21:00:06" theguardian.com East meets west: Frank Brangwyn and Yoshijiro Urushibara's collaborations – in pictures Frank Brangwyn was an English former apprentice of William Morris, while Yoshijiro Urushibara was an expert Japanese woodblock artist. In the early part of the 20th century, they made prints together that blended their artistic styles and showed their Frank Brangwyn was an English former apprentice of William Morris, while Yoshijiro Urushibara was an expert Japanese woodblock artist. In the early part of the 20th century, they made prints together that blended their artistic styles and showed their
"14.02.2017 20:00:01" theguardian.com Absolute Power at 20: what we can learn from a thriller about an evil president The Clint Eastwood political potboiler is a fascinatingly terrible film built from hair-brained anti-Clinton conspiracy theories, but what role does it play today? Absolute Power at 20: what we can learn from a thriller about an evil president
"14.02.2017 19:00:05" theguardian.com Dahlov Ipcar's seven decades in children's books - in pictures Celebrated for her 'non-intellectual cubist' takes on wildlife and nature, the illustrator died last week, aged 99. Here are some highlights from a singular career Celebrated for her 'non-intellectual cubist' takes on wildlife and nature, illustrator Dahlov Ipcar died last week, aged 99. Here are some highlights from a singular career
"14.02.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com 'Purposeful pop': can stars like Katy Perry create change through music? After Perry's #wokepop at the Grammys, there's an argument about how subversive pop can be in 2017. History shows it will take more than hashtags 'Purposeful pop': can stars like Katy Perry create change through music?
"14.02.2017 17:00:01" theguardian.com Alice Lowe: 'It wasn't part of the plan to direct while pregnant' Jobless and expecting, the comedy actor channelled her frustrations into her directorial debut, delivering a funny, gory and subversive horror film Alice Lowe: 'It wasn't part of the plan to direct while pregnant'
"14.02.2017 16:00:07" theguardian.com How we made Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus John Gray: 'I grew up with five brothers and then became a monk – so women were from another planet' How we made Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
"14.02.2017 15:00:06" theguardian.com Bill Murray lost out to Jack Nicholson for Toni Erdmann remake because he mislaid DVD The actor has said he was approached by Kristen Wiig – now confirmed as Nicholson's co-star – but by the time he'd watched the German original, it was too late Bill Murray lost out to Jack Nicholson for Toni Erdmann remake because he mislaid DVD
"14.02.2017 14:01:01" theguardian.com Funny, filthy and weird: Michael Bolton's move from power balladeer to comedy genius The unstoppably sexy singer's Netflix special is a faux telethon in which he must use his erotic powers to make 75,000 new pregnancies in an hour Funny, filthy and weird: Michael Bolton's move from power balladeer to comedy genius
"14.02.2017 12:00:07" theguardian.com This image of terror should not be photo of the year – I voted against it | Stuart Franklin Its impact is undeniable, but the winner of the World Press Photo of the Year furthers the compact between martyrdom and publicity "Its impact is undeniable, but Burhan Özbilici's World Press Photo of the Year furthers the compact between martyrdom and publicity"
"14.02.2017 11:00:03" theguardian.com South Park to Sesame Street: the TV censorship hall of fame From black Klansmen to giant ceramic vaginas, some deeply strange TV moments have been vetoed. Even Mr Snuffleupagus belongs in the club South Park to Sesame Street: the TV censorship hall of fame
"14.02.2017 10:00:07" theguardian.com Wolfgang Tillmans: 'I was hit by a realisation – all I believed in was threatened' He upended fashion photography and embraced digital technology to create luminously beautiful images of nature. As his new Tate show opens, Wolfgang Tillmans talks about his reinvention as an EU posterboy – and his four-hour version of the Pet Shop Boys Wolfgang Tillmans talks about his reinvention as an EU posterboy – and his four-hour version of the Pet Shop Boys hit It's a Sin
"14.02.2017 09:00:05" theguardian.com Behind the scenes at the Baftas 2017 – in pictures With exclusive backstage access, Guardian photographer Sarah Lee captured the stars' preparations, the parties and the red carpet atmosphere of this year's British Academy film awards With exclusive backstage access, Guardian photographer Sarah Lee captured the stars' preparations, the parties and the red carpet atmosphere of this year's British Academy film awards
"14.02.2017 08:00:05" theguardian.com A history of the love song in 10 tracks From gay anthems to online romance, love songs have charted our changing times. Here's our guide to seven decades of swooning in pop A history of the love song in 10 tracks
"13.02.2017 23:00:07" theguardian.com New band of the week: Gothic Tropic (No 139) – object lessons in shiny pop She's not very goth and there isn't really a tropical flavour to her music, but if you like pure pop 70s/80s style, then you'll love this one-woman band She's not very goth and there isn't really a tropical flavour to her music, but if you like pure pop 70s/80s style, then you'll love Gothic Tropic
"13.02.2017 22:00:02" theguardian.com Inside the bizarre 1960s cult, The Family: LSD, yoga and UFOs A new book and film reveal secrets of the mysterious cult once known as the Great White Brotherhood Inside the bizarre 1960s cult, The Family: LSD, yoga and UFOs
"13.02.2017 21:00:04" theguardian.com Oh, how I loved you, Johnny Depp. Now I see the purple-tinted truth Of course you never see the real person when you fall for someone; you see a self-flattering illusion, and this is triply true with celebrity crushes "Oh, how I loved you, Johnny Depp. Now I see the purple-tinted truth"
"13.02.2017 20:00:02" theguardian.com Small is beautiful – art from tiny objects Atlanta-based artist and neuroscience PhD student Desirée De León makes little things into miniature worlds Atlanta-based artist Desirée De León says her online project 100 Days of Tiny Things allows her to appreciate the detail of everyday things
"13.02.2017 19:05:37" theguardian.com Pharrell's ever-expandıng unıverse Musician, Hollywood producer, designer, inventor – Pharrell Williams is a restless polymath. Sasha Frere-Jones asks if this is a star looking for a life beyond music Musician, Hollywood producer, designer, inventor – Pharrell Williams is a restless polymath
"13.02.2017 18:03:19" theguardian.com Law and disorder: the grisly lens of Enrique Metinides – in pictures As a child, Enrique Metinides photographed the bloody crime scenes of Mexico City – leading to a lifetime of ambulance chasing and macabre images Until his retirement in 1978 Mexican photographer Enrique Metinides captured the death, destruction and hijinks of everyday life in Mexico City
"13.02.2017 17:00:01" theguardian.com Locker-room banter is not just about Trump – it's men everywhere Gary McNair has created a show using verbatim testimonies from hundreds of interviewees to reveal the prevalence of a hidden, misogynistic male language Locker-room banter is not just about Trump – it's men everywhere
"13.02.2017 16:00:01" theguardian.com Grammys 2017: Adele reluctantly beats Beyoncé for top prizes as politics flares British singer swept the top awards after her performance mishap while A Tribe Called Quest and Busta Rhymes called out 'President Agent Orange' Grammys 2017: Adele reluctantly beats Beyoncé for top prizes as politics flares
"13.02.2017 15:00:33" theguardian.com Ken Loach: Tory government 'callous, brutal and disgraceful' and 'must be removed' Accepting the award for best British film at the Bafta awards in London, the veteran director says politicians speak for corporations – and film-makers must stand with the poor and vulnerable Ken Loach: Tory government 'callous, brutal and disgraceful' and 'must be removed'
"13.02.2017 14:15:14" The Guardian Indie-pop duo Tegan and Sara are currently touring the UK. They join Kate Hutchinson for a live chat about their work and inspirations. And they want to hear from you, so leave your questions and comments below Indie-pop duo Indie-pop duo Tegan and Sara are currently touring the UK. They join Kate Hutchinson for a live chat about their work and inspirations. And they want to hear from you, so leave your questions and comments below
"13.02.2017 13:00:02" theguardian.com The strongest 2017 Grammys red carpet looks – in pictures Adele, Solange and Rihanna were among the most fierce and fashionable at the 59th annual music awards show The strongest 2017 Grammys red carpet looks
"13.02.2017 12:00:08" theguardian.com Whoopi Goldberg review – standup or glorified chat show? London Palladium, LondonUS comic's first UK standup show got personal with segments about ageing and resenting her child-friendly reputation Whoopi Goldberg review – standup or glorified chat show?
"13.02.2017 11:17:03" Timeline Photos Join Kate Hutchinson and indie pop duo Tegan and Sara, for a live stream on the Guardian's Facebook page today at 2pm GMT. They will take your questions, discuss the duo's LGBT+ influences, current tour and projects, and much more besides.
"13.02.2017 10:59:38" theguardian.com Kirk Douglas: 'I never thought I'd live to 100. That's shocked me' He uses a walker, and a stroke has affected his speech, but the old charm is still there as the actor recalls his old Hollywood friends Burt Lancaster and John Wayne – and how he was never really a tough guy Kirk Douglas: 'I never thought I'd live to 100. That's shocked me'
"13.02.2017 10:11:19" theguardian.com John Waters: 'A new kind of anarchy is going to happen next' The Hairspray director is famed for his boundary-trashing B-movies but he hopes Trump's presidency will inspire the next wave of punk-rock film-makers Director John Waters is famed for his boundary-trashing B-movies but he hopes Trump's presidency will inspire the next wave of punk-rock film-makers
"13.02.2017 09:00:00" theguardian.com The story of the Raincoats: punk's all-female art rockers Ana da Silva of seminal punk band the Raincoats – who feature on the new 1979-set film 20th Century Women, which examines a boys relationship with three women – recalls the heady days of late 70s London and the personal, political and artistic freedom of The story of the Raincoats: punk's all-female art rockers
"12.02.2017 20:00:06" theguardian.com Mel Brooks: 'Donald Trump doesn't scare me. He's a song-and-dance man' One of America's great comics for the past 60 years, the maker of films Blazing Saddles and The Producers talks about why he can't take the president seriously – and the White House sidekicks that are no laughing matter 'Donald Trump doesn't scare me. He's a song-and-dance man'
"12.02.2017 18:00:00" theguardian.com Joan Eardley: the forgotten artist who captured Scotland's life and soul Children from the slums, bleak seascapes, village fishermen at work … the vibrant visions of Joan Eardley are finding a new following Joan Eardley: the forgotten artist who captured Scotland's life and soul
"12.02.2017 13:00:02" theguardian.com Patriots Day: the story of the Boston Marathon bombings – in pictures A who's who of stars in Peter Berg's retelling of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings A who's who of stars in Peter Berg's Patriots Day, retelling of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings
"12.02.2017 12:00:04" theguardian.com Tim Westwood: 'I get more listeners than Radio 1 and Radio 1Xtra combined' The veteran hip-hop DJ and presenter empties the contents of his psychic record bag and dishes out his biggest tunes, from Migos to Drake Veteran hip-hop DJ and presenter Tim Westwood dishes out his biggest tunes
"12.02.2017 09:00:03" theguardian.com The Moomins: did the cult kids' TV show spark an electronic revolution? The animated series was known for its refreshingly bizarre visuals, but its music was just as forward-thinking, as a new compilation of its theme tunes proves Did The Moomins spark an electronic revolution?
"11.02.2017 19:00:01" theguardian.com The tiny town that builds show-stopping sets for Beyoncé, Kanye and Madonna Deep in Pennsylvania's Amish country lies Lititz, the unlikely centre of the stadium-tour business, where the props for the greatest shows on earth are designed and made The tiny town that builds show-stopping sets for Beyoncé, Kanye and Madonna
"11.02.2017 18:00:09" theguardian.com 'I'm not a risk-taker' – on the slippery slopes of The Jump with Bradley Wiggins For his first post-retirement act, the champion cyclist is risking life and limb on the most savage reality show. Why? On the slippery slopes of The Jump with Bradley Wiggins
"11.02.2017 15:01:02" theguardian.com The seven most wonderfully ridiculous moments in Fifty Shades Darker There's plenty to enjoy in the sex-filled sequel: intimately inserted Ben Wa balls, an oddly placed Vin Diesel poster and something called a spreader bar The seven most wonderfully ridiculous moments in Fifty Shades Darker
"11.02.2017 13:00:00" theguardian.com Director Mike Mills: 'Trying to figure out women around me was a form of survival' In his new Oscar-nominated film 20th Century Women, Mike Mills draws inspiration from his own upbringing to examine feminism, punk and a boy's relationship with his mother In his new Oscar-nominated film, 20th Century Women, Mike Mills draws inspiration from his own upbringing to examine feminism, punk and a boy's relationship with his mother
"11.02.2017 12:00:00" theguardian.com Unusual suspects: TV's new criminal women Hot on the heels of Apple Tree Yard come The Replacement and Big Little Lies, featuring murderous school gate mothers and sinister maternity covers Unusual suspects: TV's new criminal women
"11.02.2017 10:00:07" theguardian.com Paul Young: 'Others have got back together and it hasn't lasted, but we have kept at it' The singer talks about his Luton childhood, the pressures of constant touring and how his wife had a son while they were separated Singer Paul Young talks about his Luton childhood and the pressures of constant touring
"11.02.2017 10:00:02" theguardian.com Susan Calman: 'When I'm feeling down I watch clips of cats jumping on children' The Glaswegian standup and Radio 4 regular on the things that make her laugh the most Glaswegian standup and Radio 4 regular Susan Calman on the things that make her laugh the most
"11.02.2017 09:00:06" theguardian.com Tara Palmer-Tomkinson obituary Television personality and I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! contestant who rose to fame as an 'It girl' in the 1990s Tara Palmer-Tomkinson: television personality who rose to fame as an 'It girl' in the 1990s
"10.02.2017 21:00:04" theguardian.com High art? Delta Airlines invites artists to decorate in-flight trays Passengers on one of the airline's aircraft are in for a colourful surprise when they pull down their tray tables High art? Delta Airlines invites artists to decorate in-flight trays