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24/09/2017: CONTENTS: Feedback Good Margrethe Vestager profile (Cover story last week: Tim Adams talks to the European competition commissioner – “The woman who took on Google”). On trade, faith, the English language, federalism and the role of the market. Cyril Ritter,...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CONTENTS: ONLINE THIS WEEK Assignment – share your images of what ‘sleep’ means to you at witness.theguardian.com Gallery – the birth of the underground magazine the guardian.com/artanddesign Showcase – original photography commissioned for the Observer last month...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: AGENDA: On my radar
1 | Book Keeping On Keeping On, Alan Bennett I am currently dipping in and out of Alan Bennett’s diaries, which I love. Bennett’s Yorkshire-ness is so evident in his writing and feels very familiar and personal to me. He has such a wonderful,...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: AGENDA: Christopher Bailey
Born in Halifax, West Yorkshire, Christopher Bailey graduated from the Royal College of Art with a master’s degree in 1994. After stints as a womenswear designer at Donna Karan and Gucci, he joined Burberry in 2001 as design director. In 2009, he...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: AGENDA: Nabil Elouahabi
Nabil Elouahabi, a British actor of Moroccan heritage, is currently performing in the hit play Oslo, which moves from the National Theatre to the Harold Pinter next month. Written by acclaimed US playwright JT Rogers and directed by Bartlett Sher, the...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: AGENDA: How Front Row sparked real drama in theatreland
The presenters of the BBC’s new TV version of arts programme Front Row, launched yesterday (which, at time of writing, is the day after tomorrow), have already sparked controversy. And the show has only just started (at time of writing, hasn’t started...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: AGENDA: Covering the counterculture
In 1966, author Barry Miles and photographer John “Hoppy” Hopkins founded International Times, or IT, Britain’s first underground newspaper. The following decade saw an explosion of publications – including Oz, Friends/Frendz , Gandalf’s Garden and...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: ART: BLACK LIVES MADE VISIBLE
In a tranquil corner of Preston, Lancashire, there is a modest Georgian terrace with a handsome park below it and a river – the Ribble – running alongside it. It is here that the artist Lubaina Himid has lived for more than 20 years. She is, at 63,...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CRITICS: Stars of a different stripe…
Jasper Johns: Something Resembling Truth Royal Academy, London W1; until 10 Dec Basquiat: Boom for Real Barbican Art Gallery, London EC2; until 28 Jan Flag is magnificent: a vision of glory in blood red, deep blue and the white of whipped waves....... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: FILM: The struggle of free spirits trying to fly
This bittersweet debut feature from Maysaloun Hamoud is a spiky treat, an empowering tale of three Palestinian women living in Tel Aviv, each fighting their own battles for independence and fulfilment. Balancing tragicomic relationship blues with sharp...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: FILM: AND THE REST
On Body and Soul (116 mins, 18) Directed by Ildikó Enyedi; starring Géza Morcsányi, Alexandra Borbély, Zoltán Schneider Cinema might be guilty of creating many of the cliches of romance, but, occasionally at least, it also destroys them. And this...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: FILM: In Between (101 mins, 15) Directed by Maysaloun Hamoud; starring Shaden Kanboura, Mouna Hawa, Sana Jammalieh... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: FILM: Turkeys unfit for human consumption
As the days shorten, outfits lengthen and autumn greets us with chilly reserve, Hollywood is still poring over the results of its summer autopsy – a grim one, with the season ending in its lowest US box office total in a decade. As fingers of blame are...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CLASSICAL: Number one with a bullet
Senza Sangue/Bluebeard’s Castle Hackney Empire, London E8 This Is Rattle Barbican, London EC2 Secrets to hide. Secrets to discover. The two characters in Péter Eötvös’s one-act opera have as Senza Sangue many mysteries to unpack as their...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CLASSICAL: Make it personal FRDH Podcast
Short Cuts BBC Radio 4 In The Studio BBC World Service No Place Of Greater Safety BBC Radio 4 The BBC has been taking on the modern world of podcasting for quite some time now, with varying degrees of success. I enjoy it when it makes radio shows with...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: THEATRE: High drama in the back channels
Oslo Lyttelton, London SE1; transferring to Harold Pinter theatre, London SW1, 2 Oct-30 Dec Prism Hampstead, London SW3; until 14 Oct Wings Young Vic, London SE1; until 4 Nov I went into expecting to be Oslo informed, and fairly confident of...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: THEATRE: Port Talbot’s heart, soul and steely resolve
Six years after Jesus took his cross through the streets of Port Talbot, National Theatre Wales has returned, with a blast, to the town. Back in 2011, Michael Sheen carried the weight. Now come other great men, dressed in hard hats and hi-vis, to give...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: ARCHITECTURE: Give an old building a new story
Chicago Architecture Biennial Chicago Cultural Centre, plus off-site events, until 7 January 2018 There’s a group that’s not a group, a movement that doesn’t call itself a movement, an affinity of architects, a “constellation” as one of them calls...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: POP: Dream band back from the dead
LCD Soundsystem Glasgow Barrowlands Before a snare is hit, before LCD Soundsystem supremo James Murphy starts gesticulating at the monitor sound desk, there is a charge in the air. It telegraphs the delight that, to paraphrase one of LCD...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: POP: DeadClub
Director David Rosenberg and choreographer Frauke Requardt have a history of serving up strange, unsettling work. Their three site-specific collaborations to date ( The Roof , Electric Hotel , Motor Show ) have all been performed outside, but with...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: POP: For Love or Money
“He’s a guggling midden-daup”; “As glumpy as a corpse”: the dialogue is rich in dialect, strong of accent. To understand every word – it’s impossible! But not a jot of meaning is lost. A variegated ensemble of theatre-savvy actors delivers...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: A very single-minded star
SOUL Moses Sumney Aromanticism (JAGJAGUWAR) Loneliness is a recurrent ache in pop music; the diagnosis is normally heartbreak, unrequited love or loss. Moses Sumney has a slightly different take on what is drily termed “aromanticism” – an...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Forma.8 On first inspection, Forma.8 seems like a traditional platform game, sporting vast, 2D levels filled with ledges, caves and, yes, the platforms famously established by gaming icons such as Mario and Sonic. Yet venture further and the game reveals so...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Sparc VR Sparc transports players into a Tronlike VR world of sci-fi dodgeball matches. The aim is to sling a projectile down an enclosed arena, scoring points by tagging opponents’ bodies or landing a ball in their goal, all while deflecting their attempts at...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Monteverdi Vespers 1610. Dunedin Consort/Butt (LINN) Having placedpl Bach’s in its liturgical context for recent performances, John Butt’sButt excellent Dunedin Consort now do the reverserev with Monteverdi’s publication of vespersvesper music. Gone are all...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Sibelius Leif Ove Andsnes (piano) (SONY CLASSICAL) Neglected and in many cases misunderstood, Sibelius’s piano works remain something of secret. The celebrated Norwegian Leif Ove Andsnes is on a mission to share them. As he readily confesses, they are uneven in...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Various Echoes of Land & Sea Maria Marchant (piano) (SOMM) This neatly opens and closes with two works produced in the same year – but each utterly different. Benjamin Britten’s brilliantly precocious four-movement Holiday Diary from 1933 is a 20-year-old’s...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Marry Waterson and David A Jaycock Death Had Quicker Wings Than Love (ONE LITTLE INDIAN) A member of Yorkshire’s Waterson/ Carthy folk dynasty, Marry sings in a style reminiscent of her late mother, Lal, and her aunt Norma; strong but plaintive, with a tendency to wistfulness that’s...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Rudy Smith Quartet Glass World (STUNT) Rudy Smith and his instrument, the steel pan, were born at the same place and time, Trinidad in the 1940s, and if there are any other jazz virtuosi of the instrument, I have yet to encounter them. He is a delightfully fluent and...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Hiss Golden Messenger Hallelujah Anyhow (MERGE) The second album in 12 months by MC Taylor’s Hiss Golden Messenger is shot through with both darkness and light. From the heady opener Jenny of the Roses (“I’ve never been afraid of the darkness”) to the closing When the Wall...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Tricky Ununiform (FALSE IDOLS/!K7) Strange things are afoot on Tricky’s 13th LP: its quality, for one. The trip-hop maverick’s former foil, Martina TopleyBird, guests for the first time in 14 years; a sombre treat. Elsewhere, Russian rappers jostle against a...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: The Horrors V (WOLF TONE/CAROLINE) After 2014’s slightly aimless Luminous , the Horrors’ fifth album finds them recapturing the focus of their earlier triumphs. The expansive melange of psychedelia and krautrock, embellished with synths and electronic flourishes,...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Fergie Double Dutchess (BMG) The Californian singer’s second album finds her teeming with ambition: opener Hungry is all sassy delivery and theatrical production that prove Fergie an unstoppable force of hip-hop-infused pop. It’s a strong start, though what...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: The Killers Wonderful Wonderful (VIRGIN EMI) Reintroducing a little electronic hauteur to the airpunch anthemics of 2012’s Battle Born , the Killers’ fifth album opens impressively with the reptilian title track and the glossy, ironic funk of The Man. Misgivings...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: RELEASES: Everybody’s Golf Now 20 years old, the series has – as the title suggests – long endeavoured to make the game as attractive to as wide an audience as possible. Fortunately, the gameplay mechanisms and rules of real golf translate superbly into video game form, and the...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: BOOKS: Honey and heartbreak
Mr Lear: A Life of Art and Nonsense Jenny Uglow Faber £25, pp598 If ever there was an English national literary treasure, he must be Edward Lear. In polls, including a recent one for National Poetry Day, The Owl and the Pussycat is often voted our...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: BOOKS: ‘I was never a hot, young writer. But then I had a quantum leap’
In interviews, Jennifer Egan used to spend a fair amount of time explaining what she wasn’t interested in doing with her writing. Verisimilitude was boring. The linear was “the weird scourge of writing prose”. Conventional narratives were absolutely...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: BOOKS: The trouble with academics who live in glass houses…
The New Urban Crisis Richard Florida Oneworld £20, pp320 There is something quite shocking about seeing a new contemporary map of London in which the rich areas are labelled “primarily creative class” and the poorer parts “primarily service class”....... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: BOOKS: Dreaming spires and secret lives
The Sparsholt Affair Alan Hollinghurst Picador £20, pp464 Alan Hollinghurst’s sixth novel, The Sparsholt Affair , opens in Oxford during the second world war and ends in London in 2012. As with its predecessor, The Stranger’s Child (2011), much of...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: BOOKS: The secret life of conspiracy theorists The Square and the Tower: Networks, Hierarchies and the Struggle for Global Power Niall Ferguson Allen Lane £25, pp541 Niall Ferguson is not the kind of historian who suffers from understatement. He writes big, muscular books with high-concept ideas...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: BOOKS: A California girl in the gothic deep south
South and West: From a Notebook Joan Didion 4th Estate £10, pp160 In 1970 Joan Didion – a good novelist but one of America’s great essayists – sentenced herself to a hardship posting. She volunteered to spend a month aimlessly on the road in...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: BOOKS: Men behaving badly… and a proper Charlie
Fresh Complaint Jeffrey Eugenides 4th Estate £16.99, pp304 In the perfectly paced, middle-aged, middle-class drama that completes Jeffrey Eugenides’s first collection of short stories, a famous physics professor “watches his life implode” after an...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: BOOKS: A Dictionary of the English Language
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24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: YOUR PICTURES OF… GROUP
Each Sunday we run a selection of contributions from a weekly themed photography assignment. To see a wider selection of readers’ entries each week go to theguardian.com/witness. Next theme: sleep (to appear 1 October). Share your photos of what...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: ON THIS DAY A quiz about events that happened on this day, 24 September, throughout history 1. Which airline company was founded in Hong Kong in 1946? 2. What did CompuServe launch in 1979? 3. Who won the 100m gold at the Seoul Olympics in 1988? 4. Nirvana...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: SOLUTION NO. 3701 Everyman No. 3700 winners Andrew Johnson, Oxfordshire Patience Kuwengwa, Bristol Maurice Cantley, Kinlochberviw Chris Shouldice, Dublin J Jameson, Marlow... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: BOOKS Top 10 secondary school bestsellers at thebookpeople.co.uk 1 Wonder RJ Palacio 2 The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas John Boyne 3 Skellig David Almond 4 Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl 5 A Monster Calls Patrick Ness 6 The Lie Tree Frances Hardinge 7...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: MUSIC Top 10 UK tracks at Deezer 1 New Rules Dua Lipa 2 Too Good at Goodbyes Sam Smith 3 Look What You Made Me Do Taylor Swift 4 Unforgettable French Montana ft Swae Lee 5 Bestie Yungen ft Yxng Bane 6 Sorry Not Sorry Demi Lovato 7 Reggaetón Lento CNCO and...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: FILM Top 10 UK box office at BFI 1 It Dir: Andy Muschietti 2 Victoria and Abdul Stephen Frears 3 mother! Darren Aronofsky 4 American Assassin Michael Cuesta 5 The Emoji Movie Tony Leondis 6 The Jungle Bunch David Alaux 7 American Made Doug Liman 8 Dunkirk...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: PICKS OF THE DAY
DRAMA Star Trek: Discovery Netflix The Vulcan Hello. Fifty years on from the launch of the first Star Trek , the show returns with a new-look USS Discovery under the charge of a new helmsman, Captain Lorca (Jason Isaacs), facing down Birds of Prey...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: TV CHOICE
The Human Body: Secrets of Your Life Revealed BBC2, 9pm Grow is the first in an utterly absorbing extended three-part biology lesson delivered by twin medics Chris and Xand van Tulleken, who introduce this episode as “a look at the cutting-edge...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: PICKS OF THE DAY
NATURAL HISTORY Alaska: A Year in the Wild Channel 5, 9pm Spring. At last, after a seven-month winter the days grow longer, the temperature rises and the sea-ice begins to melt. Now the seabirds return in their thousands and the breeding season...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: TV CHOICE
The Deuce Sky Atlantic, 10pm This expensive new American drama following “the legalisation, legitimisation and eventual cultural permeation of the porn industry” arrives courtesy of George Pelecanos and David Simon, the men who brought us The Wire....... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: PICKS OF THE DAY
DOCUMENTARY Billion Dollar Deals and How They Changed Your World BBC2, 9pm Health. The first in this series of three films by Jacques Peretti is the best documentary of the week. Tonight he asks: how did we become an overmedicated society? To which...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: TV CHOICE
The Pact BBC2, 10pm It’s not often you come across a comedy that’s in touch with the lives people are living today, but that’s definitely the case with this unpretentious, openly funny show about two teenage friends who make a pact that if they’re...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: PICKS OF THE DAY
DOCUMENTARY The Supervet Channel 4, 8pm A basset hound in an MRI scanner is probably not something you ever expected to see, but tonight it proves a vital stage in the diagnosis of one dog’s problem with collapsing back legs. Happily, once his...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: TV CHOICE
Russia With Simon Reeve BBC2, 9pm A new Simon Reeve series is always something to look forward to and this three-part travelogue, which sees him traverse Russia on a 4,000-mile odyssey from Kamchatka to St Petersburg, is another remarkable piece of...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: PICKS OF THE DAY
TRAVELOGUE Britain by Bike Channel 5, 8pm If we’re honest, the title of this enjoyable new series should read “Britain by Electric Bike”, since Larry Lamb (who presents with his son George) has just turned 70 and needs a little help going uphill....... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: TV CHOICE
Unreported World: China’s Pop Idols Channel 4, 7.30pm In the first of a new run of dispatches Marcel Theroux reports on the two faces of pop music in a country where a paranoid communist government is increasingly censoring access to everything from...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: PICKS OF THE DAY
TRAVELOGUE Britain’s Ancient Tracks Channel 4, 7pm Tony Robinson walks Offa’s Dyke, a linear earthwork named after an old AngloSaxon king which meanders along the border between England and Wales. He explores what some believe to be the final...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: TV CHOICE
Kate Tempest Presents… BBC2, 10pm Poet Kate Tempest introduces a night of poetry and performance from the BBC’s Contains Strong Language festival, which takes place in Hull UK City of Culture from National Poetry Day, 28 September, to 1 October....... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: TODAY'S TELEVISION: PICKS OF THE DAY
ARCHAEOLOGY Egypt’s Great Pyramid: The New Evidence Channel 4, 8pm This compelling film reveals vital clues to the riddle of how the ancient Egyptians transported the tons of stone required to construct the Great Pyramid of Giza – the eternal...... Pubdate:

24/09/2017: TODAY'S TELEVISION: TV CHOICE
The Child in Time BBC1, 9pm Television loves nothing more than a protracted missing child story, so dramatising Ian McEwan’s bleak 1987 novel The Child in Time with Benedict Cumberbatch and Kelly Macdonald (above) in the lead roles was a no-brainer...... Pubdate:








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