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  • Aldi’s Next Big Thing, review: sob stories fail to add together spice to this mundane culinary Apprentice

    The High german supermarket has overtaken Morrison’s as the UK’southward 4th biggest, but does that fact really warrant a prime-time Television receiver show?



  • Content warnings are an attack on theatre’s reason to exist

    From ‘smoking on stage’ to ‘scary ghosts’, audiences are beingness relentlessly patronised – this isn’t how to encourage a honey of drama



  • The rise of the ‘new homo’ – how stem cells are revolutionising medicine

    Siddhartha Mukherjee’south brilliant The Vocal of The Cell explains how these building blocks volition upend our agreement of life itself



  • This half-cocked Lavander Hill Mob turns gilt into lead

    A new stage have on the Ealing Comedy archetype starring Miles Jupp gets bogged down in theatrical conceit



  • Erotica at 30: why Madonna was overshadowed past her own ‘pornographic’ book

    Madonna’s ground-breaking anthology paved the way for Beyoncé and Cardi B, but her controversial book Sex activity hogged all of the limelight

Comment and analysis



  • Content warnings are an attack on theatre’s reason to exist

    From ‘smoking on phase’ to ‘scary ghosts’, audiences are being relentlessly patronised – this isn’t how to encourage a beloved of drama

    Is Hamlet too dangerous for modern audiences to handle?


  • 10 warnings the BBC must heed to survive another 100 years

    From calls to scrap the licence fee to job cuts, the Corporation is facing some of the toughest challenges in its history

    Canadian actress Joan Miller at the switchboard in the BBC television studio at Alexandra Palace in 1936


  • Tony Hancock’due south lost tapes prove that radio doesn’t brand giants like this anymore

    An episode of Hancock’s Half Hour was recently unearthed afterward 67 years, while this week Radio 4 besides played spooky new drama The Witch Farm

    British comedian and actor Tony Hancock in 1965


  • All credit to the Booker Prize judges – this yr’s winner deserves your attending

    Amid an impressively varied shortlist of teasing, intelligent books, The Seven Moons of Maali Almeida was truly the stand up-out choice

    Shehan Karunatilaka has won the 2022 Booker for his second novel

Reviews



  • On Midnights, Taylor Swift kisses farewell to the charts

    Cleverly written near 13 sleepless nights across her life, the star’s 10th album moves away from earworms to embrace a new pop dawn

    Taylor Swift's 10th album was written during sleepless nights



  • The rise of the ‘new human’ – how stem cells are revolutionising medicine

    Siddhartha Mukherjee’s brilliant The Vocal of The Cell explains how these edifice blocks will upend our understanding of life itself

    Compressed miracle: a small bundle of nerve-cell fibres



  • This one-half-cocked Lavender Colina Mob turns gold into lead

    A new stage take on the Ealing Comedy classic starring Miles Jupp gets bogged downward in theatrical conceit

    Victoria Blunt, Tessa Churchard and Tim Sutton in The Lavender Hill Mob



  • More than, more, more! Billy Idol – punk superstar, grandfather – rocks his fans at Wembley

    The 66-year-quondam couldn’t quite sustain the momentum, and the sound wasn’t ideal – simply when the old energy erupted, it was thrilling

    Billy Idol at Wembley Arena



  • My Policeman: Harry Styles’south bisexual bobby is far from arresting

    Styles-the-moving-picture show-star feels frustratingly young as a copper in a sham marriage, in this effortfully glum tale prepare in the homophobic 1950s

    Harry Styles in My Policeman



  • A wondrous Bob Dylan made the hairs stand up upwardly on my cervix

    His voice may be worn, but the 81 year-former’s powerful, mischievous performance proved why he remains one of the greatest artists of our time

    A mesmerising show from Bob Dylan

Behind the music

Rock’due south untold stories, from band-splitting feuds to the greatest performances of all fourth dimension

Tonight’s Tv set



  • What’due south on TV this night: Friday Dark Live, The Peripheral and more

    Your consummate guide to the week’s television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms

Screen Secrets

A regular series telling the stories behind film and Telly’south greatest hits – and most fascinating flops



  • What’s on TV tonight: Friday Night Live, The Peripheral and more

    Your consummate guide to the calendar week’s television receiver, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms

    Ben Elton returns to host Friday Night Live






  • The rise of the ‘new human’ – how stem cells are revolutionising medicine

    Siddhartha Mukherjee’s brilliant The Song of The Jail cell explains how these building blocks volition upend our understanding of life itself

    Compressed miracle: a small bundle of nerve-cell fibres



  • This is a lesson in how to write imperial history without wearisome modern judgements

    Even Norfolk fishermen in 1238 quaked in fear of the Mongols’ taste for rape and cannibalism, every bit Nicholas Morton’s The Mongol Storm reveals

    Ghenghis Khan in combat, from an early-15th-century miniature



  • Marigold and Rose by Louise Glück review: the Nobel-winning poet’south first prose story

    The American poet surprised even her publishers with this fable near twins and the birth of linguistic communication. The upshot is a masterclass

    President Barack Obama embraces poet Louise Gluck before awarding her the National Humanities Medal in 2016



  • Booker Prize winner Shehan Karunatilaka: ‘You offend i person and of a sudden you’re an Islamophobe’

    The Sri Lankan writer tells the Telegraph how he wrote a story about a ‘radicalised’ youth and so opted to remove information technology from a collection

    Shehan Karunatilaka only got three hours sleep after the Booker Prize ceremony



  • Meet the remarkable Carline family: war, tragedy and a bizarre domestic soap opera

    A new evidence celebrates the life and piece of work of this brilliant, bohemian family of artists

    Richard, Hilda and Sydney Carline at their Hampstead home



  • Previously undreamt-of images given blazing form – the Turner Prize delivers the goods

    With a strong quartet of finalists, the annual award is again fulfilling its brief in showcasing excellence in gimmicky British art

    Heather Phillipson with her work RUPTURE NO1 at Tate Britain



  • Why the Arts Council should be abolished

    The funding body is hopelessly in thrall to ideological fads and nonsensical goals

    Empty chairs, empty music stands: is the future for the Arts Council doomed?

  • A 2013 photocall for a production of A Chorus Line, at the London Palladium

In depth

More than stories



  • What’south on Television tonight: Friday Night Live, The Peripheral and more

    Your consummate guide to the week’southward boob tube, films and sport, beyond terrestrial and digital platforms

    Ben Elton returns to host Friday Night Live



  • Brian Cox: ‘My children will inherit something, so long as they work their a—s off!’

    The veteran role player talks Logan Roy, toxic Hollywood and his plans for his ain ‘succession’

    Brian Cox at 76 is filming the fourth season of Succession



  • On Midnights, Taylor Swift kisses goodbye to the charts

    Cleverly written about 13 sleepless nights across her life, the star’s tenth anthology moves away from earworms to embrace a new popular dawn

    Taylor Swift's 10th album was written during sleepless nights



  • Aldi’southward Next Large Thing, review: sob stories fail to add spice to this mundane culinary Apprentice

    The German language supermarket has overtaken Morrison’south as the UK’southward fourth biggest, but does that fact actually warrant a prime-time Television evidence?



  • Content warnings are an attack on theatre’s reason to exist

    From ‘smoking on stage’ to ‘scary ghosts’, audiences are being relentlessly patronised – this isn’t how to encourage a dear of drama

    Is Hamlet too dangerous for modern audiences to handle?


  • The ascent of the ‘new human’ – how stem cells are revolutionising medicine

    Siddhartha Mukherjee’s bright The Vocal of The Prison cell explains how these building blocks will upend our agreement of life itself

    Compressed miracle: a small bundle of nerve-cell fibres



  • This half-cocked Lavender Hill Mob turns golden into atomic number 82

    A new stage have on the Ealing Comedy archetype starring Miles Jupp gets bogged downwards in theatrical conceit

    Victoria Blunt, Tessa Churchard and Tim Sutton in The Lavender Hill Mob



  • Erotica at 30: why Madonna was overshadowed past her own ‘pornographic’ book

    Madonna’s ground-breaking album paved the way for Beyoncé and Cardi B, but her controversial volume Sexual practice hogged all of the limelight

    Madonna in Erotica's music video, 1992

Source: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/