The Trip to Italy

Anthony Morris reviews the sequel to Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon's 2010 Lakes District jaunt.

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10 June 2014 Category: Film

Veep: Season Two

Anthony Morris reviews the second season of political comedy 'Veep', starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

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4 June 2014 Category: DVD

The Truth About the Harry Queb...

Melissa Cranenburgh reviews the much-hyped murder mystery from Swiss writer Joël Dicker.

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26 May 2014 Category: Books

Everyday Robots

Paul McBride reviews Damon Albarn's first solo album.

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9 May 2014 Category: Music

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Rebecca Harkins-Cross reviews the latest Wes Anderson.

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6 May 2014 Category: Film

Masters of Sex: Season 1

Anthony Morris reviews Masters of Sex.

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30 April 2014 Category: DVD

Morning Phase

Beck In the years following Modern Guilt (2008), Beck Hansen delighted in dodging the expected, stepping off the album/promotion/tour carousel with a host of art projects and experiments. He issued an ...

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25 March 2014 Category: Music

Blue Is the Warmest Colour

‘Coming-of-age drama’ sounds like a terrible cliché, but there are few other ways of describing Blue Is the Warmest Colour. In plot terms, the winner of the 2013 Palme D’Or ...

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4 March 2014 Category: Film

The Goldfinch

Donna Tartt Just mention the name Donna Tartt and book lovers go all mistyeyed. Tartt’s superlatively good 1992 debut novel, The Secret History, was an instant success: a masterful work at ...

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10 January 2014 Category: Books

The Counselor

American author Cormac McCarthy’s writing pulses with a savage brand of nihilism. His rich prose maps unforgiving landscapes – from the dank valleys of the Appalachian Mountains to the scorched ...

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26 November 2013 Category: Film