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The band's famously outspoken frontman on the paranoia surrounding the party's leadership election.
Aravind Adiga’s novel about cricket in India is more enjoyable than a day watching the game – then again, that's not saying much.
“A new TV channel for and by young people curious about life right now.”
“Thank you to the BBC, who we love above all bakery. British people will get that.”
Stefan Buczacki’s account of the affair, My Darling Mr Asquith, ought to be titallating – but it takes a long time to show that Venetia was "unlikable" and "not very interesting".
The Murderous History of Bible Translations by Harry Freedman reveals the fraught story of the famous text.
Now that Ross and Demelza are man and wife, the lush surroundings start to look like window dressing.
New comedy Damned reveals the dark humour of working in the front lines of healthcare.
Our obsession with all things peculiarly cake can’t be replicated – but transcends borders.
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