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Telegraph UK - Entertainment

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The Covidiocy Chronicles: Gordon Ramsay is the git who keeps on giving

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The do's and don'ts of posting about George Floyd and Black Lives Matter – according to celebrities

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Alexander Armstrong's move to the Classic FM mid-morning slot is as smooth as you'd like

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You know you're in trouble when even your fantasies are about the government

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My special request at Zoom gigs? Please stop

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Lucy Crowe and Anna Tilbrook review, Wigmore Hall: a beautiful recital that left a lump in the throat

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Stephen Hough review, Wigmore Hall: live classical music returns to Britain with a virtuosic flourish

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'I was told my sister had died in the Holocaust - but no-one alive even knew her name'

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Pilgrims by Matthew Kneale, review: a mischievous medieval road trip

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Oscars, orgies, and Rock Hudson's terrible acting: fact and fiction in Netflix's Hollywood

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Tragedy at the Hollywood sign: the haunting saga of Peg Entwistle

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Hollywood's first 'yellowface' victim: the scandal of Anna May Wong

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'Are we together or are we ain't?': the night James Brown stopped Boston from burning to the ground

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The original Fyre Festival: inside the beautiful disaster of The Stone Roses on Spike Island

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It goes on and on, and on... The immortal power of Journey's Don't Stop Believin'

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Can a power ballad change the world? The astonishing true story behind The Scorpions' Wind of Change

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Hate will tear us apart: why New Order's Bernard Sumner and Peter Hook can't stand each other

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Danny Dyer goes raving: how Human Traffic got Britain's 'mad for it' years right

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Mel Gibson versus history: how Braveheart got William Wallace so wrong

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Too big for this world: the tragic life of Princess Bride star Andre The Giant

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L Ron Hubbard was my script doctor: Battlefield Earth's screenwriter on his Scientology nightmare

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The 100 best British films of all time

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Books - Read more

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My Splendid Isolation: Philip Hensher – 'These days, we're living for RuPaul's Drag Race'

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Best books to read in lockdown, chosen by the Telegraph Arts critics

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Grayson's Art Club: Britain Week, review: this series has been one of the most joyous bits of lockdown TV

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Home is where the art is: our guide to what to look at this week

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Christo: the artist's greatest works, and the stories behind them

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My Splendid Isolation: Deborah Frances-White – 'After lockdown, we'll all be applauding the waxers'

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The 25 best stand-up comedy specials on Netflix UK to cheer you up in self-isolation

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My Splendid Isolation: Barry Humphries – 'I'm after a lamb's head to grow my wisteria'

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How Beckett's Happy Days gave us a heroine for the Covid age

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The RSC on fighting back after coronavirus: 'We're now the national theatre in the regions'

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A Streetcar Named Desire: the landmark American tale of lust, disintegration and pain

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How Modest Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov captured the heart of a nation

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10 NEW WAYS TO HAVE FUN INDOORS THIS WEEK, CHOSEN BY OUR CRITICS

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Natalya Romaniw, Arion: Voyage of a Slavic Soul, review: a rapturous album from opera's new superstar

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Alexander Armstrong: 'Dominic Cummings looked like Sharon Stone when we were at school'

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What's on TV tonight: Cardinal, Bradley Walsh, McMillions, Code 404 and more

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Is this the greatest piece of music ever written?

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Last night's TV: what Telegraph reviewers thought of Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace, and more

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What to listen to

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