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Telegraph UK - Entertainment

The antidote to plastic pop: why Billie Eilish is the star the world needs

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By - Neil McCormick

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Comedian Alex Edelman on antisemitism, millennials and being treated badly by the Baftas

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The Arts Council is no longer fit for purpose - and here's why

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From Eminem to Lil Nas X: hip-hop's complicated history with homophobia

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The best children's books of 2020 so far

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James Norton has the looks and the charm – but he'd be a terrible James Bond

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I was wrong about 'misery queen' Billie Eilish – she makes the world a happier, healthier place

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The woke arts are ignoring their number one duty: to entertain

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The Volunteer by Jack Fairweather, review: the man who chose to enter Auschwitz

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Flèche by Mary Jean Chan, review: carefully poised poems of love and fencing

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Sigmar Polke, Michael Werner Gallery, London: boyishness is no substitute for craft

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Orwell:A Man of Our Timesby Richard Bradford, review: exploitation, suppression and deprivation

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Poetry book of the month: Art of Escape by Mina Gorji

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Oscar Nominations 2020: can the Academy hear me yawning?

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The 91 films to win Best Picture at the Oscars, from Wings to Green Book

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Who should win? Vote for your 2020 Oscar winners

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By - Telegraph Readers

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Ben Lawrence on this decade in television -- How 'event TV' took over the world

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Gaby Wood's decade of books -- How the paperback survived - and stories vanished

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Dominic Cavendish on this decade in theatre -- There are new kids on the block

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Neil McCormick on this decade in pop -- The glass ceiling is about to crack

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Robbie Collin's films of the decade -- We all belong to Disney and Netflix now

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Alastair Sooke's art of the decade -- Old Masters drew crowds as art got woke

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Hedda Sterne: the forgotten girl in the photograph who rejected fame and fortune

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Captain Jack's darkest hour: how Torchwood: Children of Earth terrified the nation

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'It was just a pimple': how Mandy Rice-Davies shrugged off the Profumo Affair, and spun a scandal into gold

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Crazy like a Fox: Laurence, James, and the history of a very un-PC acting dynasty

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Nicholas Parsons on half a century of Just a Minute and the 'challenges' of modern showbusiness

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Exile, schizophrenic, nun: the truth about Prince Philip's mother, Princess Alice

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Bring Back the Bush: Where Did Our Pubic Hair Go?review: don't scoff – there was a lot to be learned in this documentary

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Fact-checking 1917: how historically accurate is Sam Mendes's First World War film?

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Oscars 2020: When are the Academy Awards on TV and how to watch the ceremony in the UK

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Books - Read more

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Jack Fairweather's The Volunteer: The True Story of the Resistance Hero who Infiltrated Auschwitz is named the 2019 Costa Book of the Year

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What's on TV tonight: Belsen: Our Story, the National Television Awards, Curb Your Enthusiasm and more

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Picasso's granddaughter to auction a trove of his works, from paper cut-outs to drawings and ceramics

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Can this documentary make you like Justin Bieber? The director of Seasons on his 'kind and thoughtful' star

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Pop and rock's 100 best British songs

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London theatre: the best plays and shows on now

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The Gift review, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry; touring: racially charged drama that's light on history and heavy on finger-pointing

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Is Louise Alder British opera's brightest new star?

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Street Scene, Opera North, review: an unfussy and sympathetic production – shame Kurt Weill's opera is a snooze

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How Aerosmith are still rocking after 49 years: 'We did drugs, drugs - and more drugs'

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The woman who fell in love with a fairground ride: the bizarre love story behind Sundance hit Jumbo

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UK box office report, January 24–26: Armando Iannucci's colour-blind casting is paying off handsomely

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With Just a Minute, Nicholas Parsons turned a mere parlour game into perfect radio

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How Corbyn 'almostdestroyed' the art market

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What to listen to

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