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Friday, May 29, 2020 1:56 AM ET

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Movies -- Premium -- Braveheart 25 years on: 'Seven weeks in, we thought this is going to be a turkey'

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Movie Reviews -- Film of the week: Musical comedy is flop of the pops

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Opinion - Premium - Katie Byrne - Opinion - How to tell if you've become too 'Karen' for your own good

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TV News - Emily Maitlis misses Newsnight after BBC criticises coverage of Dominic Cummings lockdown row

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'I enjoy singing at the nursing home as much as I'd enjoy the Albert Hall' - Daniel O'Donnell

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Can drive-in gigs save the music industry?

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TV Reviews - A House Through Time: The ghosts of slavery dwell in this No 10

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Book Reviews -- Distressed damsel turns rebel as Eve trilogy takes a darker turn

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Music -- In praise of... St Vincent

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TV Reviews - Premium - Killing Eve's deadly weapon is boredom as third series is flogged to death

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Entertainment - Normal People star Paul Mescal raffling off chain to raise money for suicide prevention charity Pieta

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Music - Premium - 'I was following a religious energy and my father's family are Scottish-Irish' - Tori Amos talks religion, fighting the patriarchy and moving to Kinsale - She was born Myra Ellen Amos on August 22, 1963, in North Carolina. In 2004, by then long since re-imagined as the queen of kook rock Tori Amos, she was asked by Q magazine what was wrong with being called Myra Ellen. (She changed it when she was 20.) Her reply was typically Tori.

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Music - Byron reborn - Bob Dylan's relationships, yes it's complicated...

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There's a wave of lockdown literature on the way - will the pandemic allow new voices to be heard?

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Movies - Premium - Paul Whitington - Opinion - Cinema is on the brink of collapse - here's why we should care

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'It has the ingredients to be a massive hit... and people have no choice but to watch it' - Barry Ward talks Netflix series White Lines

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'When I'm on stage, the showman in me takes over': Matty Healy of The 1975 on finding solace in the studio

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TV Reviews -- Streaming pick of the week: Amazon Prime's Little Fires Everywhere

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TV Reviews - Premium - John Boland's week in TV: Pub prospects may be a downer, but The Eddy jazz club is a great hang-out

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Movie Reviews -- Fourteen-hour 'Women Make Film' documentary is an epic take on female directors

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Books -- Prequels, sequels, reboots and 'parallequels': the YA fiction revival

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Movie Reviews - From 'The Wrong Missy' to '1917' - 10 new movies to stream this week

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Book Reviews -- The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes: Suzanne Collins pulls off a clever trick with Hunger Games prequel -- In the Academy, the top school for the Capitol's elite, 24 bright young things compete for a scholarship to the University. The ambitious Coriolanus Snow can't afford to lose this one. His family, one of the oldest in the Capitol, has fallen on hard times since the death of his parents, and with property taxes rising, this is his only chance for an expensive university education.

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Book Reviews -- Sex Matters: The dangers to women in a man's world of medicine -- In the cesspits of the internet, men's rights activists and white supremacists have been ranting for years about their "red pill moment". Initially a reference from The Matrix, this has been warped to mean the instance when misogynists realise the world is apparently biased in favour of women.

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The Temple House Vanishing: Love and longing in sublime coming-of-age mystery

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Premium - Gallery - What's Left of Me is Yours: Infidelity thriller feels divorced from the truth

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Hints of vintage Ford in understated quests for life's meaning

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