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Miley, Morrissey and Marnie the opera: the essential pop, classical and jazz for autumn 2017

Coldcut 30th Anniversary Matt Black and Jonathan More’s first single as Coldcut – the 1987 white label Say Kids What Time Is It? – was one of the earliest records to be entirely made up of samples. They celebrate 30 years since its release – three decade

13 September 2017 in Art & Culture
 

Morning mail: Australia's education spending is 'lower than average'

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Wednesday 13 September. Top stories Australian primary schools have larger class sizes than the developed world average and the country has lower than average public

12 September 2017 in World News
 

Move over, Nelson! These are the statues modern Britain needs

Iconoclasm never fell out of fashion, but it has almost always been metaphorical: if you wanted to find the last time monuments were destroyed to significant political effect in this country – adding a mohican haircut to a statue of Churchill doesn’t cou

12 September 2017 in Art & Culture
 

Why men fight – and how modern masculinity adds a twist to it

About a year ago, I was merging lanes on the highway during an hour-long trek to a job interview when, in my rearview mirror, I saw a middle finger waving furiously at me. Cutting the other driver off had been my fault, and so when he changed lanes to zo

12 September 2017 in World News
 

Tuesday briefing: Immediate calls for May to rewrite Brexit bill

Top story: May facing laundry list of leave bill amendments Hello – it’s Warren Murray bringing you today’s briefing. Theresa May has faced immediate calls to rewrite her Brexit bill after it was backed by a majority of 326 to 290 in the House of Commons

12 September 2017 in World News
 

America’s secret role in the Rwandan genocide

Between April and July 1994, hundreds of thousands of Rwandans were murdered in the most rapid genocide ever recorded. The killers used simple tools – machetes, clubs and other blunt objects, or herded people into buildings and set them aflame with keros

12 September 2017 in World News
 

Angels and demons: the unmissable theatre, comedy and dance of autumn 2017

Theatre For Love Or Money Blake Morrison updates a 1709 French drama, Turcaret by Alain-René Lesage, in which money – as much as passion – spins the plot. Barrie Rutter, shortly to bid farewell to Northern Broadsides, directs and stars in this Yorkshire-

12 September 2017 in Art & Culture
 

Morning mail: drug company payments to doctors revealed

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Tuesday 12 September. Top stories Pharmaceutical companies gave Australian doctors, nurses and pharmacists almost $12m in fees and expenses to attend conferences and

11 September 2017 in World News
 

Storm surges and record winds: Hurricane Irma's destruction mapped

Florida is today dealing with storm surges and swollen rivers whilst surveying the damage caused by the passage of Hurricane Irma, the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the north Atlantic. After leaving a trail of destruction across the islands of

11 September 2017 in World News
 
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