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The Chemical Brothers: 'People were crying because they hated us so much'

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Three decades after their inauspicious start, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons think the spirit of 90s rave culture, as captured on their new album, can help heal Brexit wounds But, in a few days' time, th...

It's a #masterpiece! What if Gauguin and Monet had been on Instagram?

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Murder is coming! Every death match we demand from Game of Thrones

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George Alagiah tells of 'embarrassment factor' of using stoma bag

theguardian.com     2+ hour, 25+ min ago

George Alagiah has told of his feelings of guilt at using disabled toilets when he was not visibly disabled but had a stoma bag attached to his stomach. The BBC newsreader, who has stage-four bowel c...

Someone Great review

theguardian.com     2+ hour, 26+ min ago

Despite fine performances from Gina Rodriguez and Lakeith Stanfield, the debut film from Jennifer Kaytin Robinson never strays from the genre's cliches Someone Great, a new Netflix original comedy wr...

Every Judi Dench film ranked!

theguardian.com     3+ hour, 10+ min ago

From her 1964 big-screen debut to the 90s roles - including James Bond's boss, M - that made her a Hollywood star, here's the rundown of every single Dench movie This is the bottom of the heap. Scrap...

The Rise of Skywalker: why no one ever really dies in Star Wars

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Cannes 2019: new films from Terrence Malick and Ken Loach but no Tarantino

theguardian.com     4+ hour, 2+ min ago

Lineup includes usual big-name auteurs including Herzog and the Dardennes brothers, but only four films by women in competition The film world's big beasts, including Terrence Malick, Ken Loach and W...

'The swag is limitless': why Beyonc 's Beychella Homecoming is so radical

theguardian.com     4+ hour, 12+ min ago

The singer's Coachella concert documentary reveals her intimate humanity, celebrates the culture that built her, ousts stereotypes and redefines blackness `You can't be what you can't see." A quote f...

Lizzo: Cuz I Love You review body-positive pop with its foot on the gas

theguardian.com     4+ hour, 24+ min ago

Lizzo's exhausting third album ramps up the drama to 11 with dense arrangements, squealing guitars and climactic vocals There are albums that slowly, subtly unfold before the listener's ears, only gr...

Facebook bans far-right groups including BNP, EDL and Britain First

theguardian.com     4+ hour, 24+ min ago

Facebook has permanently banned a swath of far-right organisations and individuals including the British National party, the English Defence League and Britain First under its "dangerous individuals a...

Facebook uploaded email contacts of 1.5m users without consent

theguardian.com     5+ hour, 20+ min ago

Facebook has admitted to "unintentionally" uploading the address books of 1.5 million users without consent, and says it will delete the collected data and notify those affected. The discovery follow...

'It drives writers mad': why are authors still sniffy about sci-fi?

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Airhead by Emily Maitlis review up close with Trump and the Dalai Lama

theguardian.com     7+ hour, 26+ min ago

The chief presenter of BBC Newsnight vividly chronicles the pains and perils of news television Emily Maitlis's book isn't an autobiography. By the end we are none the wiser about what she was like a...

Hail Satan?: the film that will change your mind about satanism

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United States classed as 'problematic' place for journalists to work

theguardian.com     10+ hour, 22+ min ago

Journalists around the world are increasingly having to deal with threats of violence while carrying out their jobs, with politicians such as Donald Trump stoking a hatred of reporters that is degener...

Twenty years of the Beckhams: how they ushered in our era of personal branding

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David and Victoria Beckham were married in 1999, and since then have used their names to sell everything from pants to whisky. Now, in our Instagram age, their influence is everywhere Victoria Beckha...

Madonna: Medell n ft Maluma review a shapeshifting return to form

theguardian.com     20+ hour, 31+ min ago

The disarming first song from the singer's 14th album has some lyrical clunkers but acts as a potent reminder of her genre-mashing skills Wed 17 Apr 2019 13.51 EDT Last modified on Wed 17 Apr 2019 13...

Stephen Colbert: French firefighters 'know how to give a sick burn' to Trump

theguardian.com     23+ hour, 5+ min ago

Late-night hosts mourn the Notre Dame, Trump's need to tweet about it and the ever-expanding field of 2020 candidates Wed 17 Apr 2019 12.09 EDT Last modified on Wed 17 Apr 2019 12.14 EDT Stephen Col...

Kezia Dugdale wins case against accusation of defamation

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Wed 17 Apr 2019 10.05 EDT Last modified on Wed 17 Apr 2019 10.14 EDT The former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has won a legal action against a pro-independence blogger who accused her of defam...

Leather and lace: how Stevie Nicks created a new musical language

theguardian.com     23+ hour, 35+ min ago

A career-spanning box set documents the Fleetwood Mac singer's influence as a solo artist, starting with her 1981 debut Bella Donna and its beguilingly witchy, feminine energy Wed 17 Apr 2019 11.43 E...

EL James's The Mister turns out books and sex can be this bad

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Ramy review sharp comedy series examines Muslim American life

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Avengers: Endgame directors beg fans not to spoil film after footage leaked

theguardian.com     1+ day ago

The directors of the forthcoming Avengers: Endgame pleaded with fans on Tuesday not to spoil the movie by giving away storylines after reports that some scenes had leaked online. "When you see Endgam...

Hunchback of Notre-Dame goes to top of bestseller list after fire

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Wed 17 Apr 2019 05.37 EDT Last modified on Wed 17 Apr 2019 05.43 EDT Victor Hugo's 19th-century literary classic The Hunchback of Notre-Dame has soared to the top of France's online bestseller list a...

Ancestors: the evolution video game tapping millions of years of ingenuity

theguardian.com     1+ day ago

The creator of Assassin's Creed is making apes of gamers - reconnecting us with prehistoric survival instincts in virtually untouched gaming territory Wed 17 Apr 2019 07.37 EDT Last modified on Wed 1...

Facebook and Twitter face Russian sanctions in data storage row

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Wed 17 Apr 2019 08.14 EDT Last modified on Wed 17 Apr 2019 08.54 EDT Russia could block access to Facebook and Twitter if the social media companies fail to fulfil its demand to move data on Russian ...

The return of cool? The Face is back after 15 years

theguardian.com     1+ day ago

Wed 17 Apr 2019 06.47 EDT Last modified on Wed 17 Apr 2019 06.53 EDT After a hiatus of 15 years, the Face, the style magazine known for its striking covers that helped launch the careers of Kate Moss...

Microsoft announces new Xbox without a disc drive

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Tue 16 Apr 2019 17.10 EDT Last modified on Tue 16 Apr 2019 17.25 EDT Microsoft has announced a new model of its Xbox One console, a digital-only version that will not be able to play discs and costs ...

Netflix adds 9.6m subscribers in three months despite increasing competition

theguardian.com     1+ day ago

Netflix adds 9.6m subscribers in three months despite increasing competition Streaming service, which spent $12bn on original content in 2018, beat analysts exceptions in latest earnings report Tue ...

Cannes 2019: 20 films we hope will be at the film festival

theguardian.com     1+ day ago

Cannes 2019: 20 films we hope will be at the film festival Ahead of the official lineup announcement on Thursday, we're banking on Quentin Tarantino, Terrence Malick, Kelly Reichardt and Leos Carax m...

Julian Assange, Dominic Raab and the not-so-subtle art of literary signalling

theguardian.com     1+ day ago

The WikiLeaks founder made a point of clutching a Gore Vidal book as he was arrested - but he is not the first public figure to use literature to reinforce their narrative Julian Assange has become a...

How science fiction and fantasy can help us make sense of the world

How science fiction and fantasy can help us make sense of the world

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Tribute to biggest collection of artists books in the southern hemisphere

Tribute to biggest collection of artists' books in the southern hemisphere

theconversation.com     5+ hour, 52+ min ago

David Paton receives funding from DHET for textual research outputs in accredited journals and from the Faculty and University Research Committees of the University of Johannesburg...

In Abdul-Rahman Abdullahs Pretty Beach, a fever of stingrays becomes a meditation on suffering

In Abdul-Rahman Abdullah's Pretty Beach, a fever of stingrays becomes a meditation on suffering

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In Abdul-Rahman Abdullah's Pretty Beach, a fever of stingrays becomes a meditation on suffering Ted Snell does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any com...

Top End Wedding: a new Australian romantic comedy with a sincere sense of place

Top End Wedding: a new Australian romantic comedy with a sincere sense of place

theconversation.com     19+ hour, 38+ min ago

Miranda Tapsell in Top End Wedding, a new Australian film about identity and belonging, directed by Wayne Blair (The Sapphires). Courtesy of Universal Pictures Lecturer in Screen ...

Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor is a tribute to living, breathing works of art

Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor is a tribute to living, breathing works of art

theconversation.com     1+ day ago

RMIT University and Victoria State Government provide funding as strategic partners of The Conversation AU. Republish Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Cr...

In Notre Dame fire, echoes of the 1837 blaze that destroyed Russias Winter Palace

In Notre Dame fire, echoes of the 1837 blaze that destroyed Russia's Winter Palace

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Paul W. Werth does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affi...

Marijuana legalization     a rare issue where women are more conservative than men

Marijuana legalization a rare issue where women are more conservative than men

theconversation.com     2+ day ago

Marijuana legalization - a rare issue where women are more conservative than men The authors do not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organiz...

Notre Dame: how a rebuilt cathedral could be just as wonderful

Notre Dame: how a rebuilt cathedral could be just as wonderful

theconversation.com     2+ day ago

The spire collapses while flames are burning the roof of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, France. Ian Langsdon/EPA Professor of Archaeology, College of Humanities, Arts and Soci...

Why are we so moved by the plight of the Notre Dame?

Why are we so moved by the plight of the Notre Dame?

theconversation.com     2+ day ago

The grief expressed at the Notre Dame fire is not just because it is a beautiful building - some places become more important to us because of history, culture and our own memories...

Student resistance in South Africa: the SASO nine trial and Steve Biko

Student resistance in South Africa: the SASO nine trial and Steve Biko

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Anne Heffernan received funding during the conduct of this research from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Wits University Research Council. Republish Republish our articles...

Dont despair about Notre Dame

Don't despair about Notre Dame

theconversation.com     2+ day ago

The spire collapses while flames are burning the roof of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, France. Ian Langsdon/EPA Professor of Archaeology, College of Humanities, Arts and Soci...

Life of Brian at 40: an assertion of individual freedom that still resonates

Life of Brian at 40: an assertion of individual freedom that still resonates

theconversation.com     2+ day ago

Life of Brian at 40: an assertion of individual freedom that still resonates Eric Idle, from left, John Cleese, Michael Palin, and Sue Jones-Davies in Life of Brian (1979). HandMa...

Transforming the incidental into the memorable: the enigmatic art of Rosslynd Piggott

Transforming the incidental into the memorable: the enigmatic art of Rosslynd Piggott

theconversation.com     3+ day ago

Transforming the incidental into the memorable: the enigmatic art of Rosslynd Piggott Sasha Grishin does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company o...

Of bunyips and other beasts: living memories of long-extinct creatures in art and stories

Of bunyips and other beasts: living memories of long-extinct creatures in art and stories

theconversation.com     3+ day ago

Of bunyips and other beasts: living memories of long-extinct creatures in art and stories An illustration of Palorchestes azael, a marsupial tapir from the Pleistocene of Australi...

Songs of freedom: the soundtracks of political change in Sudan

Songs of freedom: the soundtracks of political change in Sudan

theconversation.com     6+ day ago

Mohamed A. Satti does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant a...

Friday essay: do    the French    care about Anzac?

Friday essay: do the French care about Anzac?

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A happy ending for Game of Thrones? No thanks

A happy ending for 'Game of Thrones'? No thanks

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Archaeology is unravelling new stories about Indigenous seagoing trade on Australias doorstep

Archaeology is unravelling new stories about Indigenous seagoing trade on Australia's doorstep

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

Chris Urwin, Monash University, Alois Kuaso, Papua New Guinea National Museum and Art Gallery, Bruno David, Monash University, Henry Auri Arifeae, Papua New Guinea National Museum ...

Arts and culture under the Coalition: a lurch between aggression and apathy

Arts and culture under the Coalition: a lurch between aggression and apathy

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

Communications and Arts Minister Mitch Fifield during a press conference in Canberra in June 2018. Over the last six years of Coalition government, there has been a lack of strong ...

Adventurous identities: intersex soldiers and cross-dressing women at war

Adventurous identities: intersex soldiers and cross-dressing women at war

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

Olivia Murphy does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affi...

The pitfalls of the narcissistic NBA player

The pitfalls of the narcissistic NBA player

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

By contrast, the New York Knicks had the highest mean narcissism score and performed well below preseason expectations. According to predictive models, the Knicks were supposed to ...

Vicki Laveau-Harvies remarkable, uncomfortable memoir wins the 2019 Stella Prize

Vicki Laveau-Harvie's remarkable, uncomfortable memoir wins the 2019 Stella Prize

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

Vicki Laveau-Harvie has won the 2019 Stella Prize for her memoir The Erratics. With rare honesty, the book shatters expectations of what a mother should be. Stella Prize Camilla N...

Making sense of the world: why Marxism and Freedom still resonates

Making sense of the world: why 'Marxism and Freedom' still resonates

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

Nigel Gibson does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affil...

The 14 Indigenous words for money on our new 50 cent coin

The 14 Indigenous words for money on our new 50 cent coin

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

Honorary Associate, Linguistics, The University of Sydney, University of Sydney Felicity Meakins receives funding from the Australian Research Council and contributed to the consu...

The 14 Indigenous words for money on the new 50 cent coin

The 14 Indigenous words for money on the new 50 cent coin

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

Honorary Associate, Linguistics, The University of Sydney, University of Sydney Felicity Meakins receives funding from the Australian Research Council and contributed to the consu...

Why Marxism and Freedom resonates six decades on

Why 'Marxism and Freedom' resonates six decades on

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

Nigel Gibson does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affil...

Graffiti is an eye-catching way to create lively spaces in cities

Graffiti is an eye-catching way to create lively spaces in cities

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

Researcher of urban & cultural studies, Gauteng City-Region Observatory The Gauteng City-Region Observatory is funded primarily through a grant from the Gauteng Provincial Governm...

For the political-infotainment-media complex, the Mueller investigation was a gold mine

For the 'political-infotainment-media complex,' the Mueller investigation was a gold mine

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

In the first year of `Russiagate' coverage, the combined profits from Fox News, MSNBC and CNN increased by 13 percent. Nick Lehr/The Conversation Matthew Jordan does not work for,...

Curious Kids: how did the months get their names?

Curious Kids: how did the months get their names?

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

This is a statue of the Roman emperor Julius Caesar. The month of July used to be called Quintilis until he changed it to July, after his family name (Julius). Jule Berlin/Shutters...

Six books that shock, delve deeply and destroy pieties: your guide to the 2019 Stella Prize shortlist

Six books that shock, delve deeply and destroy pieties: your guide to the 2019 Stella Prize shortlist

theconversation.com     1+ week ago

Six books that shock, delve deeply and destroy pieties: your guide to the 2019 Stella Prize shortlist This year's Stella Prize shortlist is difficult to sum up or pin down - but t...

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