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Review: A Police Truck in Egypt Brimming With Anger and Pain in ‘Clash’40m Review: A Police Truck in Egypt Brimming With Anger and Pain in ‘Clash’
In this film, a group of Egyptians are confined to a police truck while political unrest mounts following the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi.
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It’s a Diverse City, but Most Big Museum Boards Are Strikingly White45m It’s a Diverse City, but Most Big Museum Boards Are Strikingly White
A Times survey of New York City museums reveals that the lack of diversity starts at the top — with the board.
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Tay-K Was a 17-Year-Old ‘Violent Fugitive.’ Then His Song Went Viral.52m Updated Tay-K Was a 17-Year-Old ‘Violent Fugitive.’ Then His Song Went Viral.
The knotty back story of “The Race,” one of the summer’s fastest growing songs, is unlike any other viral hit.
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Why France Understood Jerry Lewis as America Never Did58m Updated Why France Understood Jerry Lewis as America Never Did
While many Americans saw the entertainer as a mere clown, in France he was revered as an artist of the avant-garde, a revolutionary and a pioneer.
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Review: In ‘Polina,’ a Ballerina Rebels and Goes Her Own Way1h 15m Review: In ‘Polina,’ a Ballerina Rebels and Goes Her Own Way
Anastasia Shevtsova is mesmerizing as a dedicated dancer seeking artistic freedom in Valérie Müller and Angelin Preljocaj’s film.
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The Long View: A Racist World, Described by Those Who Knew It1h 52m The Long View: A Racist World, Described by Those Who Knew It
Rereading Maya Angelou, Richard Wright and other mid-20th-century writers is to see anew that Appomattox was as much a beginning as an end.
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The First Time: Dominique Morisseau: The First Time I Imagined I Was Pregnant2h Updated The First Time: Dominique Morisseau: The First Time I Imagined I Was Pregnant
“Now I had no idea how one got pregnant. But that was inconsequential.”
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An Odissi Dancer Contains Sublime Multitudes2h An Odissi Dancer Contains Sublime Multitudes
On opening night of the Drive East season of Indian dance, Sujata Mohapatra personified the multiple aspects of an art.
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Judge Delays Bill Cosby Retrial Until Spring2h Updated Judge Delays Bill Cosby Retrial Until Spring
Mr. Cosby’s new defense team did not ask for a change of venue but his lawyers did seek, and get, a five-month delay in the start of the retrial.
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In pictures: Sunrise Celebration 20173h In pictures: Sunrise Celebration 2017
A selection of photographer Mike Chapman's pictures of the Sunrise Celebration 2017, with words by Steve Hawkes, BBC News, in Herefordshire.
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Prince Exhibition Will Bring Paisley Park Memorabilia to London3h Prince Exhibition Will Bring Paisley Park Memorabilia to London
“My Name Is Prince,” at the O2 Arena in London, will be the first international exhibition of guitars, outfits and other items from Prince’s estate.
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René Magritte: 130 photos featured in world-first exhibition – in pictures4h René Magritte: 130 photos featured in world-first exhibition – in pictures
In the mid-1970s, a swathe of photographs and films of and by René Magritte were discovered, 10 years after the artist’s death. The work is featured in an exclusive exhibition at LaTrobe gallery in Victoria, Australia – a coup for the regional space – which is offering a new perspective on the artist before the show tours globally. One of the founders of Belgian surrealism and the father of pop art, Magritte is
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Books of The Times: In ‘Autumn,’ Karl Ove Knausgaard Shows His Sweet Side4h Updated Books of The Times: In ‘Autumn,’ Karl Ove Knausgaard Shows His Sweet Side
Knausgaard’s latest book, the first in a planned quartet, closely describes the material world for his daughter.
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Stormzy hits out at Met police for pre-Notting Hill drug bust tweets4h Stormzy hits out at Met police for pre-Notting Hill drug bust tweets
Grime star questions why knife and drug seizures from as far afield as Catford are being linked to the west London event The grime artist Stormzy has hit out at the Metropolitan police for linking drugs busts to the Notting Hill carnival.
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Game of Thrones: ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7, Episode 6 Recap: Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen Face the Future4h Updated Game of Thrones: ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7, Episode 6 Recap: Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen Face the Future
Sunday’s episode was largely about the various players learning the scale of their adversaries.
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Anna Netrebko Storms Salzburg, Classical Music’s Summit4h Anna Netrebko Storms Salzburg, Classical Music’s Summit
Watching divas, impresarios, maestros and virtuosos navigate music’s grandest summer festival shows how the classical landscape has changed.
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Mark Wahlberg earned $42m more than the best paid actress last year5h Mark Wahlberg earned $42m more than the best paid actress last year
Mark Wahlberg earned $42m more than the world's best paid actress in the past year, Forbes says.
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Edinburgh fringe’s funniest jokes, from 2012 to 2017 – video5h Edinburgh fringe’s funniest jokes, from 2012 to 2017 – video
Chuckle at officially the best gags from the Edinburgh fringe festival in recent years. From Stewart Francis’s 2012 one-liner to Ken Cheng’s 2017 triumph, all were voted winner of the Dave funniest joke of the fringe award
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Russia Detains Theater Director, Adding to Fears of a Crackdown5h Updated Russia Detains Theater Director, Adding to Fears of a Crackdown
Kirill S. Serebrennikov leads the Gogol Center, one of the most prominent and progressive artistic venues in Moscow.
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Q&A: In an Arkansas Town, Music Is Key to a Comeback6h Q&A: In an Arkansas Town, Music Is Key to a Comeback
Terry Stewart, formerly with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, has a plan to bring tourists to El Dorado, Ark. The focus is on the arts.
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At New York Museums, More Minorities on Staff Than on Boards6h At New York Museums, More Minorities on Staff Than on Boards
The Times collected data on the racial makeup at several major cultural institutions as Mayor de Blasio plans to tie public funding to diversity.
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It’s festival season, even for wheelchair users – just give me access all areas | Penny Pepper6h It’s festival season, even for wheelchair users – just give me access all areas | Penny Pepper
It was a joy to participate in the explosion of creativity that is the Edinburgh festival. But there are still obstacles in the way of disabled peopleI’m wearing a fetching lilac rain poncho which deftly covers most of me and my wheelchair as it starts to drizzle. There are four more emergency ponchos in my backpack. I’m very grumpy – but it’s not because of the weather. It’s more that I’m cross with myself, on my sixth visit to Scotland’s capital for the parallel universe that is
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She Gave Words to Opera’s Nixon7h She Gave Words to Opera’s Nixon
Alice Goodman wrote the librettos for two of the most important operas of the late 20th century. Then she seemed to vanish from the scene.
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Russian theatre director Serebrennikov charged in fraud case7h Russian theatre director Serebrennikov charged in fraud case
Kirill Serebrennikov is accused of embezzlement and is a critic of Russian censorship in the arts.
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Gemma Arterton reveals studio filmed her exercising to make her lose weight for role8h Gemma Arterton reveals studio filmed her exercising to make her lose weight for role
Actor describes ‘traumatic’ experience in Morocco when Hollywood producers flew out a personal trainer and filmed her at the gym to prove she was exercising Gemma Arterton has revealed that she was once forced to lose weight for a role by Hollywood producers, who flew out a personal trainer to work with her on location and filmed her at the gym to prove that she was exercising. Speaking to
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R Kelly faces fresh allegation of underage sex and physical abuse9h R Kelly faces fresh allegation of underage sex and physical abuse
Allegedly breaking a non-disclosure agreement, Jerhonda Pace claims the R&B singer ‘slapped and choked and spat on’ her and that he had sex with her below the age of consent Following
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Russian theatre director Serebrennikov held in fraud case11h Russian theatre director Serebrennikov held in fraud case
Kirill Serebrennikov is suspected of embezzlement and is a critic of Russian censorship in the arts.
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Mystikal surrenders to authorities over sexual assault charge11h Mystikal surrenders to authorities over sexual assault charge
Police had issued a warrant for the rapper’s arrest after an alleged attack last October Rapper Mystikal has surrendered to authorities in the US state of Louisiana, where he faces a sexual assault charge. A video recorded by
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Painting by Canaletto’s nephew to stay in UK after £11.7m appeal12h Painting by Canaletto’s nephew to stay in UK after £11.7m appeal
The Fortress of Königstein from the North by Bernardo Bellotto acquired by National Gallery with donations and Art Fund grant
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Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Full line-up confirmed12h Updated Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Full line-up confirmed
Two pop stars, a vicar and a Paralympian athlete help make up this year's star-studded line-up.
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Divisive Monuments? Put Them All in a Taiwan Park13h Updated Divisive Monuments? Put Them All in a Taiwan Park
Thousands of statues of a former dictator were erected across Taiwan. Getting rid of them hasn’t been easy.
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Best of Late Night: Trump Looks Directly at the Eclipse, and Conan O’Brien Spies an Opening14h Best of Late Night: Trump Looks Directly at the Eclipse, and Conan O’Brien Spies an Opening
Mr. O’Brien on President Trump looking at the eclipse: “He did it after they told him not to. So afterwards, everyone started advising him: Whatever you do, don’t resign.”
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Safe by Ryan Gattis review – a Ghost story with a difference15h Safe by Ryan Gattis review – a Ghost story with a difference
A junkie turned safe-cracker is pursued by criminals in Gattis’s gripping novel about hope, his second book set in Los Angeles’ ganglandsRyan Gattis’s 2015 novel,
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Pound coin gag scoops best Edinburgh Fringe joke award15h Pound coin gag scoops best Edinburgh Fringe joke award
The one-liner by comic Ken Cheng wins the tenth annual award for Dave's Funniest Joke Of The Fringe.
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Great British Bake Off: We had a sneak peek16h Great British Bake Off: We had a sneak peek
Our entertainment correspondent had a sneak peek at the first episode since GBBO's move to Channel 4.
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What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘The Wedding Plan’ and ‘Black Girl’17h What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘The Wedding Plan’ and ‘Black Girl’
A dumped Israeli bride decides to go through with the wedding in the belief that a groom will show up. And a Senegalese domestic worker is thrown into despair.
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Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food review – five ingredients, four meals, one tasty watch17h Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food review – five ingredients, four meals, one tasty watch
Oliver’s mission – to stop the British public being so mindless about food – advances a little further with his can-do recipes. Plus, the gloriously complex Storyville: Silk Road – Drugs, Death and the Dark Web
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My best summer photograph: sand, scorpions and sausage sarnies17h My best summer photograph: sand, scorpions and sausage sarnies
Phallic corn, the world’s greatest lay-by, an ostrich on the rampage and Iggy Pop in the pit … top photographers, including Wolfgang Tillmans and Chloe Dewe Mathews, pick their great summer shots
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The Great British Bake Off: 33 things to know about the Channel 4 series21h The Great British Bake Off: 33 things to know about the Channel 4 series
From how many ad breaks there are to what the chemistry of the new line-up is like.
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Jerry Lewis, a Jester Both Silly and Stormy, Dies at 9122h Jerry Lewis, a Jester Both Silly and Stormy, Dies at 91
Mr. Lewis rose to fame as Dean Martin’s comedy partner but went on to a major solo career with films like “The Bellboy” and “The Nutty Professor.”
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‘Game of Thrones’ Director Alan Taylor on Romance, Dragons and Ravens22h ‘Game of Thrones’ Director Alan Taylor on Romance, Dragons and Ravens
“You don’t seem troubled by the lizard as big as a 747, but you’re really concerned about the speed of a raven.”
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Who Is Really Making ‘Chihuly Art’?23h Updated Who Is Really Making ‘Chihuly Art’?
Dale Chihuly, an artistic trailblazer who has long worked with teams, is facing a court battle that opens a complicated debate about age, infirmity and ego.
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FringeNYC Will Return in 2018, in a Smaller Version23h FringeNYC Will Return in 2018, in a Smaller Version
After taking a year off, the New York International Fringe Festival will come back next October as it continues to look for a permanent home.
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EDINBURGH JOURNAL: Edinburgh’s Fringe, Now 70, Is Having Growing Pains23h Updated EDINBURGH JOURNAL: Edinburgh’s Fringe, Now 70, Is Having Growing Pains
Edinburgh’s Fringe festival has become the world’s biggest arts extravaganza. Some say it is too big, too costly and maybe even too funny.
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Solar eclipse 2017: Bonnie Tyler performs Total Eclipse23h Solar eclipse 2017: Bonnie Tyler performs Total Eclipse
The singer performed her aptly-titled hit on a cruise ship as the solar event swept the US.
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Sonny Burgess, Rockabilly Wild Man, Is Dead at 8823h Updated Sonny Burgess, Rockabilly Wild Man, Is Dead at 88
Mr. Burgess, who recorded for the storied Sun label, was a full-tilt rocker capable of whipping audiences into a frenzy.
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Teaching Kids Coding, by the Book24h Updated Teaching Kids Coding, by the Book
The growing emphasis on teaching kids computer literacy and programming skills has started to shape children’s fiction.
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These Graduates Throw Themselves, Not Caps, in the Air24h These Graduates Throw Themselves, Not Caps, in the Air
Scouts from Russia and beyond hunt for talent at the year-end Moscow Circus School shows.
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Viewsnight: Statues are more about our present than our past24h Viewsnight: Statues are more about our present than our past
Tearing down statues can be a step towards justice, argues Rahul Rao in this Viewsnight.
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Between Birth and Death, Some Dancing and a Little Mystery25h Between Birth and Death, Some Dancing and a Little Mystery
John Heginbotham and Maira Kalman are collaborating on a dance-theater piece that reflects their delight in the curious and mundane.
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Bill Cosby Hires a Former Lawyer for Michael Jackson25h Bill Cosby Hires a Former Lawyer for Michael Jackson
At the retrial of his sexual assault case, Mr. Cosby will be represented by a lawyer who helped Mr. Jackson win acquittal in 2005, a spokesman said.
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Show Us Your Wall: For Tony Kushner, It’s Angels Over the Breakfast Nook25h Show Us Your Wall: For Tony Kushner, It’s Angels Over the Breakfast Nook
“Not everybody loves them as much as I do,” Mr. Kushner says of the ceramic angels hanging in the house he shares with his husband, Mark Harris.
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Books of The Times: ‘The Burning Girl,’ About Intense Pre-Teenage Friendship, Never Catches Fire25h Updated Books of The Times: ‘The Burning Girl,’ About Intense Pre-Teenage Friendship, Never Catches Fire
In her new novel, Claire Messud writes about “secret sisters,” “umbilically linked and inseparable,” and about how their bond dissolves.
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Rewind: How Hard Can It Be for a French Girl to Go on Vacation?25h Rewind: How Hard Can It Be for a French Girl to Go on Vacation?
Boats make her sick and she’s a picky eater, but Delphine is a delight in Eric Rohmer’s “Le Rayon Vert,” playing for a week at Metrograph.
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Actor Richard Dormer on ‘Game of Thrones’ and That Wicked Flaming Sword26h Actor Richard Dormer on ‘Game of Thrones’ and That Wicked Flaming Sword
“It’s an incredible weapon to have, but it’s very, very hard to fight with it. It’s three times heavier than a normal sword.”
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A Word With: Shailene Woodley on Her Emmy Nomination and Feminist Evolution26h Updated A Word With: Shailene Woodley on Her Emmy Nomination and Feminist Evolution
“We need more softness and more silence and more pause through the chaos.”
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Venezuela Cancels Gustavo Dudamel Tour After His Criticisms27h Updated Venezuela Cancels Gustavo Dudamel Tour After His Criticisms
Stung by Mr. Dudamel’s recent statements, the Venezuelan government called off his concerts next month with the National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela.
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Kesha Returns at No. 1 With ‘Rainbow’28h Kesha Returns at No. 1 With ‘Rainbow’
The singer’s first album since 2012 tops the Billboard chart with the second-biggest week for a female artist after Katy Perry’s “Witness.”
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Channel 4 defends Isis drama The State after criticism28h Updated Channel 4 defends Isis drama The State after criticism
Broadcaster says series by Peter Kosminsky is based on extensive factual research and tackles an important subject Channel 4 has defended a new drama about a group of young Britons who travel to Syria to join Islamic State, saying it has been carefully researched and deals with an “important subject to confront and explore”.
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Topple a Confederate Statue? This Broadway Musical Already Did.29h Updated Topple a Confederate Statue? This Broadway Musical Already Did.
Tony Kushner’s “Caroline, or Change,” from 2004, used the toppling to shed light on a key character’s frustrations. The subplot resonates powerfully today.
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The magical world of Mr Benn30h The magical world of Mr Benn
David McKee discusses his much-loved 50-year-old creation, Mr Benn
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Corbyn the barbarian! Labour leader revealed as comic-book hero30h Corbyn the barbarian! Labour leader revealed as comic-book hero
Roaming the streets armed with jam, fighting the Maydusa and Daily Mail drones ... after sifting through more than 100 submissions, an anthology is set to shine a new light on Jeremy Corbyn In one incarnation, he is Corbyn the Barbarian, facing off against the Maydusa. In another, Corbynman leaves his “mild mannered allotment of solitude” to take on the “inter-dimensional invasion fleet of Daily Mail death drones blasting everything with their Tory food bank rays” with a rallying battle cry of “jam on!”. Just in time for the Labour party conference, an unlikely superhero is preparing to take his place alongside the likes of Spider-Man and Wonder Woman: Jeremy Corbyn. Independent graphic novel publisher
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‘At a Dark Time in My Life, He Brought Me Joy’: Comedians Mourn and Celebrate Jerry Lewis31h ‘At a Dark Time in My Life, He Brought Me Joy’: Comedians Mourn and Celebrate Jerry Lewis
Generations of comics paid their respects to Mr. Lewis after news of his death broke on Sunday.
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Science fiction author Brian Aldiss dies aged 9231h Science fiction author Brian Aldiss dies aged 92
The prolific writer behind more than 80 books and editor of 40 anthologies died at his Oxford home after celebrating his birthday
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Brian Aldiss, science-fiction writer, dies aged 9231h Brian Aldiss, science-fiction writer, dies aged 92
He is best known as the writer of the story that inspired 2001 film A.I. Artificial Intelligence.
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An Appraisal: For Jerry Lewis, Few Statuettes but Lots of Influence31h Updated An Appraisal: For Jerry Lewis, Few Statuettes but Lots of Influence
The comic and filmmaker, who died Sunday, may not have collected many showbiz laurels, but his work shaped the comedians who came along after him.
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That Decisive Moment: Bleak, Gentle and Sweet: This Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments on YouTube31h Updated That Decisive Moment: Bleak, Gentle and Sweet: This Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments on YouTube
A work by the Arkansas-born composer Florence Price, and a performance by Vikingur Olafsson were among the highlights.
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Denzel Washington to Star in ‘Iceman Cometh’ on Broadway32h Denzel Washington to Star in ‘Iceman Cometh’ on Broadway
The Oscar- and Tony-winning actor will play the lead role in a production of the Eugene O’Neill drama, directed by George C. Wolfe.
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Photographer Donates Thoreau-Inspired Artwork to the Morgan32h Updated Photographer Donates Thoreau-Inspired Artwork to the Morgan
Abelardo Morell’s “Thoreau: 40 Journals in Chronological Order” will go on view on Tuesday.
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Sir Bruce Forsyth: BBC considers permanent tribute33h Sir Bruce Forsyth: BBC considers permanent tribute
The corporation is to decide on "the most fitting tribute" to the TV legend.
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Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Ex-Holby City star Chizzy Akudolu signs up34h Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Ex-Holby City star Chizzy Akudolu signs up
Chizzy Akudolu joins others including Charlotte Hawkins, Brian Conley and Ruth Langsford.
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Game of Thrones: the best show on TV just became the silliest34h Game of Thrones: the best show on TV just became the silliest
Yes, this season may be thrilling but it’s too rushed – so much so, in fact, that little things like ‘logic’ and ‘character’ have all but disappeared
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Another Variation on the Selfie: Get Ready for the Elfie36h Another Variation on the Selfie: Get Ready for the Elfie
Pointed ears are not just for Spock anymore. The popularity of “Lord of the Rings” has given rise to latex prosthetics and even surgical modification.
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Sparks webchat – post your questions now36h Sparks webchat – post your questions now
The Mael brothers will be joining us to answer your questions in a live webchat from 1pm on Wednesday 23 August
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Rooney Mara: look out, Greta Gerwig – there’s a new arthouse darling in town37h Rooney Mara: look out, Greta Gerwig – there’s a new arthouse darling in town
Is the star of Una and A Ghost Story next in line for the crown of indie queen?
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Jerry Lewis: a knockabout clown with a dark and melancholy inner life | Peter Bradshaw37h Updated Jerry Lewis: a knockabout clown with a dark and melancholy inner life | Peter Bradshaw
The former comedy partner of Dean Martin, and star of films such as The Nutty Professor and The King of Comedy, was a complex, brilliant figure who evolved into an audacious cinematic innovator
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What being a mum taught Suranne Jones about Doctor Foster37h What being a mum taught Suranne Jones about Doctor Foster
The actress says having a son made her "realise the gravitas" of what Doctor Foster is going through.
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Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Charlotte Hawkins joins line-up38h Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Charlotte Hawkins joins line-up
She joins others including Aston Merrygold, Mollie King, Brian Conley and Ruth Langsford.
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The State review – this Isis drama is clever, gripping and genuinely enlightening39h The State review – this Isis drama is clever, gripping and genuinely enlightening
Why join a death cult? Peter Kosminsky skilfully explores the motives of four British extremists who leave home for Syria If you are a fan of
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Jerry Lewis: US comedian dies aged 91 in Las Vegas40h Updated Jerry Lewis: US comedian dies aged 91 in Las Vegas
One of Hollywood's most successful comedians has died at his home in Las Vegas.
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Game of Thrones recap: season seven, episode six – Beyond the Wall40h Game of Thrones recap: season seven, episode six – Beyond the Wall
Expect stabbings and stand-offs as an epic battle takes over this penultimate episode that would have been great fun to watch … if only the plot made sense
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What’s on TV Monday: The Great American Eclipse and ‘The Good Karma Hospital’41h What’s on TV Monday: The Great American Eclipse and ‘The Good Karma Hospital’
Today is all about the eclipse, and there’s a viewing option for almost anyone. Elsewhere, Acorn TV heads to India with an escapist medical melodrama.
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The 100 best nonfiction books: No 81 - The Federalist Papers by ‘Publius’ (1788)41h The 100 best nonfiction books: No 81 - The Federalist Papers by ‘Publius’ (1788)
These wise essays clarified the aims of the American republic and rank alongside the Declaration of Independence as a cornerstone of US democracy When the president of the United States is a corrupt and lazy, narcissistic clown and Alexander Hamilton has become the subject of a
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