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favicon theguardian.com —  7+ hour, 37+ min ago

How I Met Your Father review - stale sequel is for nostalgia fans only

theguardian.com > tv-and-radio > jan

Hulu’s follow-up to popular sitcom How I Met Your Mother, starring Hilary Duff, offers no reason to watch other than fondness for the originalOne’s enjoyment of How I Met Your Father, Hulu’s 10-episode standalone sequel of the popular sitcom How I Met Your Mother, will mostly depend on nostalgia for the original. I don’t have much of it for How I Met Your Mother (often styled HIMYM), a successor to Friends about a group of white twentysomethings, then thirtysomethings, living and dating in Manhattan which ran on CBS from 2005 until 2014. Everyone has their taste in TV ... ...

favicon theconversation.com —  18+ hour, 28+ min ago

63.5% of Australia's performing artists reported worsening mental health during COVID

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92% of performing artists experienced significant changes to their work during early stages of the pandemic – and at least half experienced depression....

favicon theguardian.com —  16+ hour, 28+ min ago

Recovery: The Lost Art of Convalescence by Dr Gavin Francis review - the art of getting better

theguardian.com > books > jan

This helpful history and guide reveals that the sometimes difficult healing process is part of what makes us humanGetting better is rarely something that happens all the time. Whether we’ve been seriously ill or injured, everyone has to experience the complexities of recovery as the aftermath. Aftermath is an old agricultural term meaning “a second crop” growing unexpectedly in the space left by the main harvest and it can entail difficult decisions about what should be done with these remnants.Recovery can feel like a second crop, something to be welcomed because we have survived, but an unpredictable and ... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  14+ hour, 14+ min ago

BBC chief warns licence fee freeze will leave £285m funding gap

theguardian.com > media > jan

Tim Davie says keeping fee at £159 for two years will mean fewer programmes and servicesThe BBC will be forced to axe some of its programming after being left with a £285m gap in funding from the two-year licence fee freeze, its director general has warned.Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Tim Davie said there was “no doubt” the freeze would affect the broadcaster’s frontline output. Continue reading...... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  16+ hour, 28+ min ago

Ali to Andy Warhol: Steve Schapiro's life in photography - in pictures

theguardian.com > artanddesign > gallery > jan

The activist, documentarian and photographer, who has died aged 87, captured the American civil rights movement while shooting the likes of David Bowie and Robert Kennedy Continue reading......

favicon theconversation.com —  20+ hour, 3+ min ago

Mythologised, memorialised then forgotten: a history of Australia's bushfire reporting

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Mythologised, memorialised then forgotten: a history of Australia's bushfire reporting  The Conversation AU...

favicon theguardian.com —  23+ hour, 27+ min ago

Love Islanders to be named and shamed for not declaring paid-for posts

theguardian.com > media > jan

Francesca Allen, Jess and Eve Gale and model Jodie Marsh among 122 Instagram influencers publicly sanctioned by watchdogSocial media stars including Jodie Marsh and five ex-Love Islanders including Francesca Allen are to be subjected to a name and shame Instagram campaign by the UK’s advertising watchdog for continuing to flout social media marketing rules.The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), which issued a final warning to 122 UK-based Instagram influencers over repeatedly failing to tell followers when they were paid to promote products in posts, has resorted to using the social media platform to highlight their behaviour to users. Continue reading...... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  1+ day ago

Kashmir independent press club shut down in media crackdown

theguardian.com > world > jan

Authorities close organisation after pro-government journalists and police storm its premisesThe future of press freedom in Indian-administered Kashmir has been thrown into question after pro-government journalists and police officers forcibly took over its independent press club, which the authorities later shut down.The incident, which follows the harassment and detention of dozens of journalists in Kashmir in recent months, is the latest attack on independent journalism in the region, which is disputed between India and Pakistan. Continue reading...... ...

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From fairytale to gothic ghost story: how 40 years of biopics showed Princess Diana on screen

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From fairytale to gothic ghost story: how 40 years of biopics showed Princess Diana on screen  The Conversation AU...

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Nadine Dorries freezes BBC licence fee as opposition claims move is a distraction - video

theguardian.com > media > video > jan

The culture secretary, Nadine Dorries, announced in the House of Commons that the BBC licence fee would be frozen for two years because of increasing financial pressure on British households. Her shadow, Lucy Powell, accused her of creating a distraction from the pressures Boris Johnson is facingBBC’s future ‘up for discussion’, says Nadine Dorries, as licence fee frozen Continue reading...... ...