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Telegraph UK - Entertainment

Finding Freedom review: Harry and Meghan whinge for Britain in a self-pitying, juicy moanathon

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By - Harry Mount

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The underrated 007: why Timothy Dalton's The Living Daylights is still the nastiest, truest Bond

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Inside China's sinister battle to quash Hong Kong's artists

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Jason Derulo interview: 'I thought Cats would change the world'

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Fidel Castro's ideology was shocking – why isn't the BBC more critical?

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Simon Callow interview: 'I don't believe in cancellation'

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Spare plinths? Then give this forgotten statesman a statue

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Why Ben Affleck's Chinatown film has a big Polanski problem

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Live performances with masks and empty seats? This Government has lost control

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Finding Freedom makes one thing clear: the Americans know nothing about us Brits

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Covid-19 could be brilliant for music festivals – here's why

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Project Power, review: this super-powered Netflix thriller is serious about being silly

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Burna Boy, Twice as Tall, review: Western music's gatekeepers better make some space

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Elgar – Sea Pictures / Falstaff, review: Daniel Barenboim conducts Elīna Garanča in a thrilling recording

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Sam Fender, Virgin Money Unity Arena Newcastle, review: a weird and wonderful night that defied isolation

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Babyteeth, review: how to find young love in a hopeless place

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Pinocchio, review: forget the Disney sugar – this toy story is sprinkled with grit

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'The end of George Michael': how Praying for Time led to one of the most savage feuds in pop history

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The shambolic Genesis reunion that saved Peter Gabriel from financial ruin

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When REM created a Monster: inside the tour that almost destroyed them

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Death, monsoons and Tibetan bells: how AC/DC's Back in Black saved heavy metal

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Def Leppard interview: 'We never wanted to smoke weed and stick two fingers up to The Man'

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Led Zeppelin's 'wounded pit bull': the terrifying, tragic talent of John Bonham

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The most savage western ever made: why America wasn't ready for Soldier Blue

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The Poltergeist puzzle: who really directed it, and the truth about that 'curse'

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Kim Novak, Sammy Davis Jr, and the love that scandalised Hollywood

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'Leave the ship where it is': why nobody wanted to Raise the Titanic

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'An affront to the memories of British sailors': the lies that sank Hollywood's sub thriller U-571

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The Fury Road feud: why did Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy hate each other?

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Last night's TV: what Telegraph reviewers made of The Life and Times of Captain Sir Tom and more

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Dirty John 2: the rotten, tragic truth about Betty Broderick

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Books - Read more

8 months ago

Cthulhu's evil overlord: why the fantasy world turned on HP Lovecraft

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Why do feminists want to force George Eliot back into a crinoline?

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The best new books to pack for your 2020 summer staycation

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The UK art galleries open now – and the best exhibitions to see

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Sense and sanitisation at the home of Jane Austen

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The 50 best jokes and funniest one-liners from the Edinburgh Fringe over the years

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An audience with the world's oldest stand-up comic: 'British people love eccentric old ladies'

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John Cleese: Why There Is No Hope, Cadogan Hall, review: the wretched sight of a national treasure boring for Britain

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No sharing of props, no touching and plenty of Dettol: the second coming of a superstar musical

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'Theatres like to lecture donors – but if it weren't for us, they wouldn't survive'

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Fanny & Stella, Garden Theatre, review: outdoor theatre returns to London in flamboyant style

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The Telephone, Edinburgh International Festival, review: whimsical 20-minute sketch is hard to dislike

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'People need music theatre': Glyndebourne's post-lockdown renaissance

7 days ago

Boris Johnson isn't really a Conservative and 'Middle England' is starting to lose hope in him, says Nigel Farage

1 day ago

The BBC should retire 'yoof' station Radio 1 and put the money elsewhere

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Woman's Hour's 'full on woke overload' proved the BBC is too timid to tackle the intolerant Left

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What's on TV tonight: Unreported World, Diana: A Mother's Love, Dirty John and more

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What to listen to

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