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A year ago, Peter Bazalgette, the TV entrepreneur responsible for Big Brother, was put in charge of the £400m-a-year Arts Council England. Is he spending the funds wisely?
Once new media themselves, newspapers have gone on to outlast cinema and television – but for how long?
Channel 4’s outrage-inducing look into the lives of benefit claimants has been much discussed – meanwhile a more honest portrayal of life on benefits is over on BBC Four.
Her songs offer the sense of a technicolour future stripped of all but the most worthwhile woes. It's time she stopped the silly pep talks in between and just got on with being a pop star.
Like so many books about tigers, The Night Guest, by Australian first-time novelist Fiona McFarlane, is a battle to preserve the order and civility of the household from the madness and barbarity outside.
Britain’s ongoing flirtation with a military way of life.
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