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It’s time to put the conspiracy theories to one side over the real mastermind behind the BBC cuts, or at least that is what BBC Director General Mark Thompson is insisting. Speaking at last Wednesday’s Voice of the Listener & Viewer’s annual autumn conference Thompson said: “We had a game plan and we knew how much it was going to cost.”
A documentary about the elusive artist Cindy Sherman, filmed by her former lover Paul H-O – a US cable channel TV presenter – provides a unique insight into the Nineties art scene.
A candid look at the culture of celebrity among contemporary artists as well as bittersweet love story filmed over 15 years, the feature-length film is available to stream online exclusively at Babelgum.com.
I was just thinking that David Cameron was in Total H2B mode on the radio, promoting England’s 2018 football World Cup bid and deftly dodging awkward questions about a process that is alleged to be riddled with bribery, when a fellow Blairite ultra sent me this screen grab.
Look who Twitter thinks is like Tony Blair.
It is an understandable reaction when you wake up from a great dream to pull the covers over your head, block out the sun and the noise of garbage men, and tightly close your eyes in the hope of making it last just a little longer. Especially when that dream was as great as America’s.
Their seven home Premiership games average of 3.7 goals per game and they will ‘go for it’ tonight.
I do like Jose Mourinho. I’m not sure if it’s a full-blown man crush, but I do really like him.
My esteemed colleague Steve Richards has an interesting column in today’s Independent on David Laws’s book on the negotiations that produced the Coalition Government. His summary of Laws’s account is succinct…
In a display of much beauty and delight, Barcelona despatched Real Madrid with a good 5-0 thumping that left us breathing heavily and completely flushed at the sheer art of their tapestry.
Interview with Professor Frank Furedi, an internationally renowned sociologist and the author of a large number of influential works, including Politics of Fear, Where Have All the Intellectuals Gone? Therapy Culture, Paranoid Parenting and Culture of Fear.
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