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Film review – ‘Biutiful’

Unremittingly dark and yet with the fierce light of redemption

Jeremy Clarkson and the strange death of liberal England

I was quite enjoying the furore sparked by the TV glove puppet known as Richard Hammond

Yogi Bear in 3D, film review – by Ian Johnston

Yogi Bear in 3D - film review by Ian Johnston

Jim Jarmusch talks about his great ‘Ghost Dog’ film

If you like this please Tweet it, Facebook it or leave a comment JIM JARMUSCH - GHOST DOG: THE WAY OF THE SAMURAI....

Too old for TV – the strange case of disappearing female presenters

Why does the Corporation presume that we watch Countryfile for, er, sex appeal?

High on Hope film review

“I said to Tony Wilson, I said \'Madchester? What\'s all that about? Where can you go in Manchester after 2am?\' And he couldn\'t answer me. There was fuck all in Manchester, it\'s a myth, it was all in Blackburn.”

Howard Marks interview at Beautiful Days festival

LTW! boss John Robb interviews author, the iconic Howard Marks live on stage at Beautiful Days festival

The Fall – by Zoe Howe

“It was deep love for The Fall that set me on the road that led to the anarchic Scottish ballet dancer Michael Clark. It was only a few years ago, and it was sort of by accident.




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Never Mind The Bollocks – the UK government plays disaster politics with UK music and the EU

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Glastonbury cancels but will other festivals still be on in 2021?

The cancellation of Glastonbury sent a shudder though the music scene but does it mean that all festivals will go down like a pack of cards?

Interview: Henri Herbert on life in Austin Texas and plans for 2021

It is now almost two years since the barnstorming piano phenomenon Henri Herbert upped...