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Peacock review – ready for the new David Brent or Alan Partridge? Look no further | Television & radio

‘OK Google … sensual mode.” The lighting dims in the bedsit of Andy Peacock as he whips up two espresso martinis and smoothly twirls...

Navalny review – one of the most jaw-dropping things you’ll ever witness | Television

‘Let’s make a thriller out of this movie,” suggests Alexei Navalny to his director, Daniel Roher. “And then, if I am killed, you can...

Downton Abbey: A New Era review – cheerfully risible second helping of snobby melodrama | Movies

At the end of the last Downton Abbey film, the poor Dowager Countess of Grantham had graciously acknowledged a serious unnamed malady, and there...

Piers Morgan Uncensored review – a bad Jeremy Clarkson tribute act … with added Trump | Television

If Piers Morgan were a nightclub bouncer, he would try to start fights. Before the launch of his latest broadcasting career – on Rupert...

Cyborgs, sirens and a singing murderer: the thrilling, oligarch-free Venice Biennale – review | Venice Biennale 2022

Wonders and marvels, the beautiful and the terrible, the celebratory and the morbid all fill the 59thVenice Biennale. Business as usual, you might say,...

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