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Anna Leszkiewicz is culture editor of the New Statesman.
Aidy Bryant and Lolly Adefope give playful but grounded performances.
A single series that first aired in 1999-2000, now available on All 4, Freaks and Geeks now feels like magic caught on celluloid.
The couples therapist makes a departure from the world of romantic love.
Prince Andrew’s BBC interview was a study in power and privilege.
Lucy Ellmann has been awarded this year’s Goldsmiths Prize, in association with the New Statesman, for her 1,000-page novel Ducks, Newburyport. Judge Anna Leszkiewicz explains why it won
Mark Haddon on his Goldsmiths-shortlisted novel The Porpoise, the beauty of Ordnance Survey maps, and why Shakespeare’s Pericles is “a pretty dreadful play”.
Lucy Ellmann on her Goldsmiths Prize-winning novel Ducks, Newburyport, the female experience and scaring “the shit out of” her readers.
Deborah Levy on her Goldsmiths Prize-shortlisted novel The Man Who Saw Everything, freedom of movement and the Beatles.
In her new show Stage Fright, Slate mines both her irresistible stage presence and her willingness to be open with strangers.
Actors Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey are watching every episode of The Office (US) for the first time since performing in it.