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PIP assessments are no laughing matter. Or are they?
Theatre

PIP assessments are no laughing matter. Or are they?

Richard Osman: ‘I’m not that smart’
interview

Richard Osman: ‘I’m not that smart’

30 years on, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is still the most beautiful film committed to celluloid
horror

30 years on, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is still the most beautiful film committed to celluloid

Lesley Manville: ‘A working-class upbringing is political in itself, isn’t it?’
Letter to my Younger Self

Lesley Manville: ‘A working-class upbringing is political in itself, isn’t it?’

John Vercher: We now know contact sports are dangerous – so is it ethical to watch them?
Books

John Vercher: We now know contact sports are dangerous – so is it ethical to watch them?

Must read books this autumn: An essential list to brighten the short, dark days ahead
Books

Must read books this autumn: An essential list to brighten the short, dark days ahead

Jeff Bridges: ‘I had cancer and Covid. I was facing my mortality’
TV

Jeff Bridges: ‘I had cancer and Covid. I was facing my mortality’

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review: Lesley Manville swaps drudgery for a dream dress
film

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review: Lesley Manville swaps drudgery for a dream dress

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Blue Note Re:imagined II goes back in time to forge future paths
Music

Blue Note Re:imagined II goes back in time to forge future paths

What’s behind Britain’s recruitment crisis?
Big Issue Recruit

What’s behind Britain’s recruitment crisis?

Success stories herald the future for Big Issue Recruit
Big Issue Recruit

Success stories herald the future for Big Issue Recruit

‘A groundbreaking initiative’: Why employers are working with Big Issue Recruit
Big Issue Recruit

‘A groundbreaking initiative’: Why employers are working with Big Issue Recruit

Big Issue Recruit aims to get Britain working
Big Issue Recruit

Big Issue Recruit aims to get Britain working

Morbid Obsessions review: A safety blanket for the marginalised
Book reviews

Morbid Obsessions review: A safety blanket for the marginalised

Was JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit a historical novel?
Books

Was JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit a historical novel?

Malcolm McDowell: Kubrick would be shocked at commercialisation of A Clockwork Orange
interview

Malcolm McDowell: Kubrick would be shocked at commercialisation of A Clockwork Orange

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Whatever Happened to Queer Happiness? review: A manifesto that all new queer art should follow
Book reviews

Whatever Happened to Queer Happiness? review: A manifesto that all new queer art should follow

As an era closes, what now for the future of Britain?
Opinion

As an era closes, what now for the future of Britain?

Top 5 children’s books about fashion accessories, chosen by Anthony Moss
Top 5 books

Top 5 children’s books about fashion accessories, chosen by Anthony Moss

In Trip Hazard, Rosie Jones proves to be an unlikely inspiration
TV review

In Trip Hazard, Rosie Jones proves to be an unlikely inspiration