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The Apprentice is the very definition of a meeting that should have been an email
TV

The Apprentice is the very definition of a meeting that should have been an email

Despite the pandemic, capitalism carried on like a cockroach after a nuclear war. And as always, following close behind, is The Apprentice.

‘Ultimately, this strike is about patient safety’: Three NHS nurses on our healthcare crisis
Health

‘Ultimately, this strike is about patient safety’: Three NHS nurses on our healthcare crisis

The NHS turns 75 this year but will it survive another 75? Three nurses take the vitals of the health service to find staff numbers in freefall and a system on life support

Glen Matlock: ‘I wish John Lydon stood by Anarchy In The UK’s words’
punk

Glen Matlock: ‘I wish John Lydon stood by Anarchy In The UK’s words’

Lonely child Glen Matlock was propelled headfirst into punk infamy with the Sex Pistols, but he wishes he’d stayed at art school

Waterloo Road: Danny’s story shines a light on youth homelessness
Homelessness

Waterloo Road: Danny’s story shines a light on youth homelessness

Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth should honour our past struggles
Opinion

Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth should honour our past struggles

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How Happy Valley changed the face of British TV drama
Drama

How Happy Valley changed the face of British TV drama

Keith Brymer Jones: ‘I get emotional about pottery’
Throw down

Keith Brymer Jones: ‘I get emotional about pottery’

Music education: Private schools take initiative in face of government indifference
Classical music

Music education: Private schools take initiative in face of government indifference

Deena Mohamed: How flipping the book opened a world of wishes
Graphic novels

Deena Mohamed: How flipping the book opened a world of wishes

Cursed Bread review: ‘A world of surreal happenings’
fiction

Cursed Bread review: ‘A world of surreal happenings’

The World and All That It Holds review: Aleksandar Hemon’s novel spans decades and continents
historical fiction

The World and All That It Holds review: Aleksandar Hemon’s novel spans decades and continents

Top 5 books with odd couples, chosen by Simon Mason
recommended

Top 5 books with odd couples, chosen by Simon Mason

Jeremy Hunt has shown our leaders are all out of ideas. Might be time to ask a chimp what to do
Paul McNamee

Jeremy Hunt has shown our leaders are all out of ideas. Might be time to ask a chimp what to do

Top 5 books to teach children about the Holocaust, chosen by Jeremy Dronfield
history

Top 5 books to teach children about the Holocaust, chosen by Jeremy Dronfield

Tim Campbell: ‘The question anyone in business should be asking is: does this make the world better?’
TV

Tim Campbell: ‘The question anyone in business should be asking is: does this make the world better?’

A love letter to Gerard Butler, flawed but resolute dude
Film

A love letter to Gerard Butler, flawed but resolute dude

Radiohead legend Philip Selway takes us on a Strange Dance
Interview

Radiohead legend Philip Selway takes us on a Strange Dance

Intimate portraits of home and homelessness at the new Centre for British Photography
home

Intimate portraits of home and homelessness at the new Centre for British Photography

Giorgio Morandi: an Italian artist of understated brilliance
Opinion

Giorgio Morandi: an Italian artist of understated brilliance

Joe Cornish: ‘Revolution brought on by young people is very attractive’
ghosts

Joe Cornish: ‘Revolution brought on by young people is very attractive’

KSI: ‘I just had a dream, self-belief and a huge work ethic’
Culture

KSI: ‘I just had a dream, self-belief and a huge work ethic’

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Crying in public is ‘a sign of strength’ says Great Pottery Throw Down judge Keith Brymer Jones
pottery

Crying in public is ‘a sign of strength’ says Great Pottery Throw Down judge Keith Brymer Jones

Paul Dano: ‘Spielberg saw something in me that reminded him of his father’
interview

Paul Dano: ‘Spielberg saw something in me that reminded him of his father’

Really Good, Actually review: ‘A much-needed breath of fresh air’
unromantic comedy

Really Good, Actually review: ‘A much-needed breath of fresh air’

Kick the Latch review: A unique insight into the secret world of equestrian sport
novel

Kick the Latch review: A unique insight into the secret world of equestrian sport