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Pistol review: Danny Boyle’s sanitised but watchable punk drama
Still from the TV show of the band in front of a bus
In Review

Pistol review: Danny Boyle’s sanitised but watchable punk drama

Disney+ is show ‘so lacking in anarchic spirit it could be a Coldplay biopic’
16 Jun 2022
What is the environmental fallout from the war in Ukraine?
Explosion in the sea
In Depth

What is the environmental fallout from the war in Ukraine?

Russian bombardment of Ukraine has been causing untold ecological damage
16 Jun 2022
Jurassic World Dominion: ‘dismal’ script stifles Dern-Neill-Goldblum reunion
Jurassic World Dominion
In Review

Jurassic World Dominion: ‘dismal’ script stifles Dern-Neill-Goldblum reunion

Disappointing sixth instalment of the dinosaur franchise is an ‘extinction-level event’
16 Jun 2022
Celsius: crypto lender sparks manic meltdown
Celsius: ‘extreme market conditions’
Business Briefing

Celsius: crypto lender sparks manic meltdown

Total value of the crypto market is now below $1trn – down from almost $3trn in November
16 Jun 2022
England’s epic win: Test cricket that was ‘out of this world’
Jonny Bairstow: one six after another at Trent Bridge
Why we’re talking about . . .

England’s epic win: Test cricket that was ‘out of this world’

Victory over New Zealand was one of the most ‘glorious and scintillating’ in England’s history
16 Jun 2022
Fiat 500X Hybrid: what the car critics say
Fiat 500X Hybrid
Expert’s view

Fiat 500X Hybrid: what the car critics say

Fiat has given the 500X an injection of battery power
14 Jun 2022
Remembering Shackleton on South Georgia
South Georgia island and King Haakon Bay
The big trip

Remembering Shackleton on South Georgia

The magnificent South Atlantic island appears ‘like a mountain range floating’ in the sea
13 Jun 2022
Best properties: eight Georgian gems
The Windmill, York, Yorkshire
The wish list

Best properties: eight Georgian gems

Featuring a windmill dating back to 1822 and a home owned by the Duke of Devonshire in the 1800s
10 Jun 2022
Men: a twisted country house horror 
Jessie Buckley and Rory Kinnear star in Men
In Review

Men: a twisted country house horror 

Jessie Buckley and Rory Kinnear star in a ‘playfully twisted affair’ set deep in the English countryside
10 Jun 2022
When the Dust Settles by Lucy Easthope
Lucy Easthope
In Review

When the Dust Settles by Lucy Easthope

Easthope’s memoir of her experiences as a disaster manager is ‘gripping and filled with compassion’
10 Jun 2022
Rafael Nadal: is the end drawing near for the ‘king of clay’?
Rafael Nadal: a bittersweet victory at the 2022 French Open
In Focus

Rafael Nadal: is the end drawing near for the ‘king of clay’?

After victory in the French Open final, Nadal admitted his career ‘hangs in the balance’
10 Jun 2022
‘Death to Khamenei’: the protests convulsing Iran
In mourning for the victims of the Abadan building collapse
Unreported world

‘Death to Khamenei’: the protests convulsing Iran

Protests have spread like wildfire, fuelled by falling living standards and soaring food prices
10 Jun 2022
School shootings: what can be done to stop them? 
Semi-automatic AR-15s for sale at a gun shop in the US
Talking point

School shootings: what can be done to stop them? 

The shooting at a school in Uvalde has reignited the debate over gun control in America
10 Jun 2022
Sheryl Sandberg’s mixed legacy
Sheryl Sandberg and Mark Zuckerberg
Profile

Sheryl Sandberg’s mixed legacy

The most important woman in tech is leaving Meta. Will she be missed?
10 Jun 2022
Borgen: Power & Glory – the return of Birgitte Nyborg
Johanne Louise Schmidt and Sidse Babett Knudsen in Borgen: Power & Glory
In Review

Borgen: Power & Glory – the return of Birgitte Nyborg

The hit Danish political drama is back with a ‘gripping reboot’
9 Jun 2022
Edvard Munch: Masterpieces from Bergen
Evening on Karl Johan Street (1892) by Edvard Munch 
In Review

Edvard Munch: Masterpieces from Bergen

This must-see show features 18 paintings covering a crucial period when Munch’s work shifted markedly
9 Jun 2022
Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard: a troubling verdict?
Amber Heard in court: ‘pilloried’
Talking point

Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard: a troubling verdict?

The news that Depp had won his defamation case against Heard unleashed an ‘orgy of misogyny’
9 Jun 2022
How Vladimir Putin’s filtration camps work
Civilians from Donetsk and Lugansk arriving at a camp in Rostov, Russia
Behind the scenes

How Vladimir Putin’s filtration camps work

Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians are being interned and deported
9 Jun 2022
Is the Ukraine war descending into a ‘frozen conflict’?
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the front line
The latest on . . .

Is the Ukraine war descending into a ‘frozen conflict’?

As heavy fighting in Donbas continues, neither side is making clear gains
9 Jun 2022
Elon Musk and Twitter: a bad case of cold feet
Elon Musk: feeling super bad
Business Briefing

Elon Musk and Twitter: a bad case of cold feet

Musk has ‘a super bad feeling’ about the economy
9 Jun 2022
The Ben Stokes era gets off to a ‘perfect’ start
England captain Ben Stokes with former skipper Joe Root
In Focus

The Ben Stokes era gets off to a ‘perfect’ start

Ex-skipper Joe Root was a ‘totem of strength’ in Test win over New Zealand at Lord’s
9 Jun 2022
Five of the best sleeping bags
Woman in a sleeping bag looking at the view out the tent
The wish list

Five of the best sleeping bags

Featuring a sleeping bag designed to keep you toasty in temperatures as low as -20ºC
8 Jun 2022
Genesis GV60: what the car critics say
Genesis GV60 electric vehicle
Expert’s view

Genesis GV60: what the car critics say

It is expensive, but the GV60 is up there with the best EVs
7 Jun 2022
A journey into Jordan’s ancient past
Petra
The big trip

A journey into Jordan’s ancient past

For the most remarkable sights, drive south from Amman to Aqaba on the Red Sea
6 Jun 2022
Recipe: chargrilled spring onions with feta and lemon
Chargrilled spring onions with feta and lemon
On the menu

Recipe: chargrilled spring onions with feta and lemon

This is an easy dish you can throw together
6 Jun 2022
Russia: Revolution and Civil War 1917-1921 by Antony Beevor
Black and white photo showing Vladimir Lenin on a podium
In Review

Russia: Revolution and Civil War 1917-1921 by Antony Beevor

This is an ‘unceasingly agonising, yet always irresistible’ work
3 Jun 2022
Why Britain is currently in the grip of an ‘employment crisis’
Closed sign on a pub
In Brief

Why Britain is currently in the grip of an ‘employment crisis’

Britain is currently in the grip of an ‘employment crisis’
3 Jun 2022
Podcasts of the week: from true crime to a true-crime drama
Podcast app on a phone
In Review

Podcasts of the week: from true crime to a true-crime drama

Featuring Killer Book Club, RedHanded, Criminal, Radioman and Lady Killers With Lucy Worsley
2 Jun 2022
Radical Landscapes: a ‘rich and often superbly strange’ exhibition
Radical Landscapes Tate Liverpool
In Review

Radical Landscapes: a ‘rich and often superbly strange’ exhibition

This Tate Liverpool show offers ‘social and political history by other means’
2 Jun 2022
Is Henry Kissinger right about Ukraine?
Henry Kissinger on a screen
In Brief

Is Henry Kissinger right about Ukraine?

The US statesman made a controversial speech at a virtual Davos appearance last week
1 Jun 2022
Is it time to return the Elgin Marbles?
Elgin Marbles
In Depth

Is it time to return the Elgin Marbles?

For decades, there has been no progress – but UK and Greek ministers of culture are meeting to discuss the issue
1 Jun 2022
Legally Blonde on stage: ‘far wittier’ than the film
Still from Legally Blonde on stage
In Review

Legally Blonde on stage: ‘far wittier’ than the film

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is host to this ‘smart show about brains as well as beauty’
1 Jun 2022
Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts – an elegant tribute to the Queen
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip wave from Buckingham Palace balcony
In Review

Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts – an elegant tribute to the Queen

Directed by the late Roger Michell, this documentary is ‘insightful, mischievous and assembled with panache’
1 Jun 2022
Turkey’s refugee dilemma
People queuing at a border gate in Turkey
Talking point

Turkey’s refugee dilemma

Attitudes towards recent arrivals are hardening – and Ankara is taking action
1 Jun 2022
Will the leaked Xinjiang files be the wake up call the world needs?
A demonstrator holds a placard in support of the persecuted Uyghur Muslims
Global lens

Will the leaked Xinjiang files be the wake up call the world needs?

Documents have triggered renewed calls for an investigation into abuses against Uyghurs
1 Jun 2022
The cooling housing market
Property for sale signs
Why we’re talking about . . .

The cooling housing market

The end of the latest boom is in sight. What kind of landing can we expect?
1 Jun 2022
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