August 28, 2019

Green Guide letters: TV viewers have their say

Accolades for The Hunting pour in.
August 28, 2019

Nothing Shrill about this weight-loss comedy from the writers of SNL

Based on writer and activist Lindy West’s 2016 memoir, Shrill is a welcome portrait of feminism and body-positivity.
August 28, 2019

Consumers warned not to leave it too late to submit last-minute PPI claim

Applications to reclaim mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance can be made online until Thursday at 11.59pm
August 28, 2019

Furious elderly couple say they are ‘relieved to be nearing the end’ in sad indictment of NHS

'It was fantastic when it was first set up... but to see the state it’s in now leaves us worrying for its future and for future generations'
August 28, 2019

Fresh moves from classical ballet star

Natalia Osipova is the latest in a long line of classical ballet stars whose adventurous spirit has taken them into contemporary dance.
August 28, 2019

Sticky Carpet

Danko Jones return to Australia next month, playing their first headline shows in 15 years.
August 28, 2019

Alert over young kidney patients ‘let down’ by lack of mental health support

Consultant claims current system is 'not fit for purpose'
August 28, 2019

Real Living Wage campaign nets more than £1bn for low-paid workers

More than 200,000 lifted out of working poverty as more firms sign up
August 28, 2019

Amazing Grace skips details and puts soul queen’s voice centre stage

This documentary about the 1971 recording of Aretha Franklin’s great gospel album is an exhilarating example of filmmaking at its most entertainingly shambolic.
August 28, 2019

The Kitchen: Women make a killing in improbable gangster saga

This right-on tale of three mob wives fails to find the right tone.
August 28, 2019

A powerful portrayal of our nation’s brutal history

Jennifer Kent is out to fashion something bigger than a revenge story; she sees the narrative unfurling as a morality tale too.
August 28, 2019

Dark thriller Dragged Across Concrete has no interest in being polite

The casting of Mel Gibson as a racist cop gives an idea of how little director Steven Craig Zahler cares about woke politics.