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“They’re both so, so good,” was the observations made of Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer on BBC 5 Live.
Michael's fury, Amy's departure, and Ovie's egg dance were the few highlights in a relatively dull week. But six weeks in and so few serious couples has us asking: what happens now?
The 1969 moon landing has inspired countless films, books and TV shows – but on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, the mission’s cultural legacy is shadowed with a darker hue.
This Hollywood abuse story is determinedly relevant, as if compelling drama were simply a case of making vigorous nods in the direction of the newspapers.
Fights, tears, and a woman shaving the bum of a man she met not five days ago.
Mike, Eleven, and the gang are all older, and this series is sensitive to the difficult period of adjustment that comes as romance enters their world for the first time.
Hoodoo practitioners. Vodoun princesses. “Radical feminist anti-capitalists” struggling to stick out their jobs at high-end hair salons.
It’s long, cool look at low inflation and how to achieve it felt like visiting a spa.
The backlash to Michael Griffith's decision to leave his partner was grounded in depressing familiarity.
This week we saw the set-up for extreme betrayal. Will tonight live up to what was hyped?
This is a failed attempt at remaking Downton Abbey in Delhi.