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From the Queen and Vera Lynn to Charles and the Spice Girls, the monarchys relationship with music has a history of high and low notes

Through the obedient 1950s and 1960s to the febrile 1970s and on Her Majesty has been the bellwether of Britains id

For a world thats always broken taboos, dance has a strange blind spot, the choreographer tells Mark Monahan

Ottessa Moshfeghs new novel Lapvona is a medieval nightmare of dangling eyeballs and torture. Is there a message behind its grotesqueries?

A Yeoman Warder and a pearly queen were among those seeking help from the master fixers

Through the obedient 1950s and 1960s to the febrile 1970s and on Her Majesty has been the bellwether of Britains id

A Poet Laureates power to evoke a time and a place reveals much about the British monarchy, past and present

Yes, the Tom Cruise thriller had romance in mind, but forget Kelly McGillis this is a psychosexual drama about deadly flying machines

After a sad hiatus, the Aldeburgh Festival returns to celebrate the great Benjamin Britten and challenge him, too

Ottessa Moshfeghs new novel Lapvona is a medieval nightmare of dangling eyeballs and torture. Is there a message behind its grotesqueries?

A widow in her 80s finds a new lease of life in Geetanjali Shrees dizzying, discursive novel the first written in Hindi to win the prize

In Opera Holland Parks new production, Tchaikovskys music sounds fresh and the singing is strong, but the directorial choices are odd

Charles Clovers new, uplifting book proves rewilding can fill oceans with teeming life again

Jeremy Herrins production of the breakthrough Tennessee Williams play stars Amy Adams as neurotic and pitiable Amanda

Lindsay Duncan shines - opposite real-life spouse Hilton McRae - in this slightly restrained production of Strindbergs spiky marital drama

Rocks untold stories, from band-splitting feuds to the greatest performances of all time

Combat Rock: the album that killed The Clash

Fatima Mansions Cathal Coughlan was pops finest nonconformist and an expert U2 troll

Mark Ronson: Every time you start a new record, you wonder whether anyone will care

How the Stones made Exile On Main Street sound so sleazy

Wish you were here? The Pink Floyd reunion that never was

The Corals wild ride: We were treated like kings but we were cretins

Whats on TV tonight: The Repair Shop Jubilee Special, Inside No 9 and more

Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms

A regular series telling the stories behind film and TVs greatest hits and most fascinating flops

The Top Gun stunt pilots risking their lives for Tom Cruise

The real Tokyo Vice: how a Westerner took on the yakuza and lived

How The Untouchables took a baseball bat to the gangster movie

Could you survive Tom Cruises nightmare Top Gun boot-camp?

How Dennis Waterman and John Thaws The Sweeney gave bad coppers a good name

How the unadulterated horror of Peter Cushings Nineteen Eighty-Four broke the BBC

The Repair Shop, review: this Jubilee special served up a mixed bag of broken treasures

A Yeoman Warder and a pearly queen were among those seeking help from the master fixers

Stranger Things season four explained and what happens next

The many lives of Kate Bushs Running Up That Hill

Whats on TV tonight: The Repair Shop Jubilee Special, Inside No 9 and more

Whats on TV tonight: The Repair Shop Jubilee Special, Inside No 9 and more

Your complete guide to the weeks television, films and sport, across terrestrial and digital platforms

Inside the dark and disturbed life of Don Simpson the egomaniac who made Top Gun fly

Ive figured out Top Guns dark romantic secret

Palme dOr winner Triangle of Sadness, review: Noam Chomsky, oligarchs and projectile vomit

This is the most violent book Ive ever read

Ottessa Moshfeghs new novel Lapvona is a medieval nightmare of dangling eyeballs and torture. Is there a message behind its grotesqueries?

A widow in her 80s finds a new lease of life in Geetanjali Shrees dizzying, discursive novel the first written in Hindi to win the prize

From Winnie-the-Pooh to Paddington, and Claude to Little Miss Helpful, childrens favourite characters are celebrating the Platinum Jubilee

Young influencers are now being wooed by literary festivals. But should the book world be worried?

Through the obedient 1950s and 1960s to the febrile 1970s and on Her Majesty has been the bellwether of Britains id

Ahead of London Nows season of accessible events, Christies notoriously private chairman reveals his plans to modernise the auction house

Sanctuary cost 650,000 to build. Was its destruction cathartic or a waste of money?

Garbled captions, low quality reproductions and an eye-watering gift shop - this Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibition is a mess

The many lives of Kate Bushs Running Up That Hill

Johnny Depp channels his inner Worzel Gummidge as he joins Jeff Beck on stage, review

Netflix is not anti-trans its pro-freedom of speech

Tommy Tiernan on missing Derry Girls, Irish unity, and comedys right to offend

Chris Rock, review: Comedian avoids talking about Will Smiths Oscars slap but has the last laugh

The Glass Menagerie, review: Amy Adams is heartbreaking in her London debut

The Dance of Death, Ustinov Studio Bath, review

Stage fright: why has British theatre still not recovered from Covid?

The end of the EA-Fifa partnership is a fork in the road for football games

Nintendo Switch Sports review: thin but fun return of motion-controlled mayhem

Kirby And The Forgotten Land review: adorably apocalyptic

Is this Eugene Onegin a real man or is he just fantasy?

A curious, riddling Siegfried that never quite grasps Wagners nettle

The opera supremo refusing to be totalitarian about dress codes

Why the true history of the Royal family lies in our national poetry

Agatha Christies secret life as a romantic novelist

Emma Barnetts interview with Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was a masterclass

This is the most violent book Ive ever read

Ottessa Moshfeghs new novel Lapvona is a medieval nightmare of dangling eyeballs and torture. Is there a message behind its grotesqueries?

From the Queen and Vera Lynn to Charles and the Spice Girls, the monarchys relationship with music has a history of high and low notes

Through the obedient 1950s and 1960s to the febrile 1970s and on Her Majesty has been the bellwether of Britains id

For a world thats always broken taboos, dance has a strange blind spot, the choreographer tells Mark Monahan

A Yeoman Warder and a pearly queen were among those seeking help from the master fixers

A widow in her 80s finds a new lease of life in Geetanjali Shrees dizzying, discursive novel the first written in Hindi to win the prize

Ahead of London Nows season of accessible events, Christies notoriously private chairman reveals his plans to modernise the auction house

From Winnie-the-Pooh to Paddington, and Claude to Little Miss Helpful, childrens favourite characters are celebrating the Platinum Jubilee

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