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Peter Bradshaw's “Reunion”, read by Tom Hollander, was the perfect afternoon short story.
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Except, of course, for the presence of Logan. I hate you, Logan.
Something is wrong when violent and intrusive crimes are seen as quirks of a life lived in the public sphere.
It’s particularly dangerous to present a scene like this as consensual, as the writers insist it is.
For its part, Radio 1 was too absorbed by the Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards to mention the proclamation on Newsbeat.
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The penultimate episode of the The Great British Bake Off as we know it reminded us of its soon-to-be-former glory days.
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