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A poverty of ideas for tackling a community in crisis

    A poverty of ideas for tackling a community in crisis

This spring, two books are topping most US bestseller lists. One is Old School, a tome that champions traditional values such as courtesy. Ironically, it was written by Bill O’Reilly, the

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Couperin: L’Apothéose de Lully

    Couperin: L’Apothéose de Lully

Couperin L’Apothéose de Lully Arcangelo (Hyperion) The delightful scenario of L’Apothéose de Lully imagines the composer Lully, one of François Couperin’s forebears at the court of Louis XIV, being wafted

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DVD: Ballerina — ‘eye-caressingly vivid’

    DVD: Ballerina — ‘eye-caressingly vivid’

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Why it’s a bit rich to call me rich

    Why it’s a bit rich to call me rich

We may still have six weeks to go but I am already an election winner. Much to my surprise, Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party is going to make me rich. The

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Debussy and Ravel: L’Enfant Prodigue and L’Enfant et les sortilèges

    Debussy and Ravel: L’Enfant Prodigue and L’Enfant et les sortilèges

Debussy and Ravel L’Enfant Prodigue and L’Enfant et les sortilèges Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France (Erato) Here is a clever idea for an operatic double-bill. L’Enfant et les Sortilèges is

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Interview: director François Ozon on his new film Frantz

    Interview: director François Ozon on his new film Frantz

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Roya Mahboob, Afghan who became a CEO at 23

  Roya Mahboob, Afghan who became a CEO at 23

The first time Roya Mahboob used a computer, she was 16 and full of expectations. Growing up in Iran as

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Mary J Blige: Strength of a Woman

  Mary J Blige: Strength of a Woman

Mary J Blige Strength of a Woman (Universal/Island) Following a transatlantic excursion into UK dance-pop on 2014’s The London Sessions,

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Cashing in on stage and screen: an investor’s guide

  Cashing in on stage and screen: an investor’s guide

It was an investment opportunity with a difference. Nearly 20 years ago, Nick Archer spotted a chance to be involved

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My London: Alexandra Shulman on The Serpentine

  My London: Alexandra Shulman on The Serpentine

For the first three years of my life, as a London child, the only water I saw outside of my

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A new deal for refugees

  A new deal for refugees

It was on Monday April 20 2015 that Europe finally woke up to the global refugee crisis. Newspapers across the

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Doctor Atomic, Barbican, London — zeal and drama

  Doctor Atomic, Barbican, London — zeal and drama

When John Adams wrote Doctor Atomic, back in 2005, he left his options open. Here was an opera that, in

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 — pulp high jinks

  Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 — pulp high jinks

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Recipe: Honey & Co’s prawn and green pea tagine

  Recipe: Honey & Co’s prawn and green pea tagine

© Patricia Niven Glorious spring has arrived. There is a sense of optimism in the air — daffodils and magnolia

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