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16/07/2017: CONTENTS: Feedback
Write to us at review@observer.co.uk or post your comments online at observer.co.uk/new-review. You can follow us on Twitter: @ObsNewReview or facebook.com/observernewreview I brought my son up as a single parent in a flat with residents who frowned...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CONTENTS: ONLINE THIS WEEK Assignment – share your images of what ‘heat’ means to you at witness.theguardian.com Gallery – Julieanne Kost’s shots from her aeroplane window seat the guardian.com/artanddesign Showcase – original photography commissioned for the Observer last month...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: AGENDA: 1 | Documentary
Risk (dir Laura Poitras, 2017) I have mixed feelings about Julian Assange, but a dear friend of mine - who’s been staying in my flat - is a member of his American legal team. She’s ridiculously discreet, of course, but being around that WikiLeaks vibe,...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: AGENDA: Nicola Barker
Born in Ely, Cambridgeshire, Nicola Barker spent a portion of her formative years in South Africa, returning to the UK at the age of 14. Published in 1993, her first collection of short stories, Love Your Enemies , was the winner of the David Higham...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: AGENDA: Candice Brown
More than 15 million people watched you win Great British Bake Off last year. How has your life changed since then? Wow, it’s changed quite a bit! I’ve been to the most amazing events, I’ve met the most amazing people. Every single day, I’m shocked at...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: AGENDA: Political turmoil has left me with nothing to aim at
Last summer I wrote a comedy drama script, currently “in development with a major broadcaster”, concerning a charming, confident, clever and machiavellian politician. Named Horace Thompson, he manipulates popular culture to consolidate support for a...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: COVER STORY: ‘ WE’VE REALLY BEEN THROUGH FIRE, TOGETHER AND SEPARATELY’
When Emily V Gordon, then 27 years old, drove to a medical clinic in Chicago she thought she would be in and out in an hour. She had a cold that she couldn’t shift and strange parts of her body ached; she found herself sometimes a little short of...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: COVER STORY: ‘We haven’t seen a brown guy and a white woman in any US movie’
a gambit in which he wrote her name in Urdu on a napkin. This is one incident where The Big Sick departs from real life. “In the film, Emily calls him out on it, but in reality I fell for it completely,” says Gordon, who is 38, tall and has a severe...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: STAGE: Jez Butterworth’s play about the Troubles has received five-star reviews from English critics. But what does an Irish writer make of the drama at the heart of The Ferryman?
Early in the summer of 1981, when the IRA hunger strike had already claimed the deaths of four republican prisoners, I travelled home from London to Armagh. My parents had not long moved from the estate where I grew up to my late grandparents’ house...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: INTERVIEW: ‘ PEOPLE TALK ABOUT THE MIND- MATTER PROBLEM. IT’S NOT A PROBLEM FOR ME – MIND IS MATTER’
Henry Marsh made the decision to become a neurosurgeon after he had witnessed his three-month-old son survive the complex removal of a brain tumour. For two decades he was the senior consultant in the Atkinson Morley wing at St George’s hospital in...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: PEOPLE: Eritrea is closed, dissent is brutally crushed. But tiny Radio Erena, broadcast from Paris by a brave band of refugees, has become a symbolic lifeline to those back home who dare to listen
Ten years ago, Biniam Simon, a journalist at Eri-TV, Eritrea’s state television channel, was informed by his government overlords that he would, after all, be allowed to travel to Japan to attend a seminar on video production. This, to put it mildly,...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SCIENCE & TECH: JOB APPLICATION REJECTED? MORTGAGE DECLINED? OUR LIVES ARE INCREASINGLY RULED BY ALGORITHMS. THEY ARE UNACCOUNTABLE, OFTEN BIASED AND SOMETIMES ILLEGAL. HOW CAN WE CURB THEM?
Lots of algorithms go bad unintentionally. Some of them, however, are made to be criminal. Algorithms are formal rules, usually written in computer code, that make predictions on future events based on historical patterns. To train an algorithm you...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SCIENCE & TECH: Say it with a picture or a song…
Afew weeks ago, turning on the radio, I hear a voice saying that creative writing can help wounds heal faster. Startled, I turn the volume up. Volunteers were given small wounds; half were then asked to write about something distressing in their life,...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SCIENCE & TECH: 10 TIPS TO MAKE YOU A MASTER OF INSTAGRAM
When Instagram was launched in October 2010, it was an app for applying stylish “filters” to your photos and sharing them with friends. Six and a half years (and a $1bn acquisition by Facebook) on, it has 700m active users and a host of advanced...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SCIENCE & TECH: Come friendly robots and take our dullest jobs
We are currently going through one of those periodic phases of “automation anxiety” when we become convinced that the robots are coming for our jobs. These fears are routinely pooh-poohed by historians and economists. The historians point out that...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CRITICS: A soldier fallen among women
The Beguiled (94 mins, 15) Directed by Sofia Coppola; starring Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, Colin Farrell Thomas Cullinan’s 1966 novel The Beguiled (AKA A Painted Devil), about a wounded Union soldier taken into a southern girls’ academy during the...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FILM: Haunted by her iPhone
Doors creak, ectoplasm swirls and wind whistles through crumbling mansions in (Icon, Personal Shopper 15), but Olivier Assayas’s sharp, glassy ghost story is no retro Victorian rehash. This tale of grief taking either uncanny or deliriously illusory...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FILM: War for the Planet of the Apes
(140 mins, 12A) Directed by Matt Reeves; starring Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn “Humans get sick, apes get smart, humans kill apes.” This is how Steve Zahn’s Bad Ape summarises the previous Planet of the Apes reboots. In the third of the...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FILM: David Lynch: The Art Life (86 mins, 15) Directed by Rick Barnes, Olivia Neergaard-Holm, Jon Nguyen; starring David Lynch In this documentary about the maverick director of Eraserhead , Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive, among others, the directors paint a portrait of David...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FILM: The Death of Louis XIV (115 mins, 12A) Directed by Albert Serra; starring Jean-Pierre Léaud The French actor Jean-Pierre Léaud is best known for his first major role in François Truffaut ’s The 400 Blows , in which the closing freezeframe of his then 14-year-old face is a...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FILM: Donmar Presents Julius Caesar (121 mins, 15) Directed by Phyllida Lloyd; starring Jackie Clune, Harriet Walter, Jade Anouka In Phyllida Lloyd’s all-female version of Julius Caesar, Rome is swapped for a women’s prison. The performances crackle with energy (especially Jade Anouka’s...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FILM: Cars 3 (109 mins, U) Directed by Brian Fee; starring Owen Wilson, Armie Hammer A third zip around the racetrack for Pixar’s Cars franchise, this time tackling an older generation’s anxieties about irrelevance in the internet age, with racing veteran Lightning...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: THEATRE: Who do you think you are?
The Welcoming Party 1830 Warehouse, Museum of Science and Technology, Manchester Fatherland Royal Exchange, Manchester; until Sat Returning to Reims Home, Manchester What If Women Ruled the World? Mayfield, Manchester There was Nicholas Serota,...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: THEATRE: Cotton Panic!
“Can you help me a bit?” A spotlit Jane Horrocks (right) revolves through the space where the audience is standing, hemmed in by three giant screens. She waves her arms. Her white floaty dress floats. It’s a clear case of Kate Bush-itis, but the...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: THEATRE: Queen Anne
The RSC’s Queen Anne offers no end of unflattering reflections as we peer into its ugly well of political infighting, fears of continental Europe, and trouble up north. Helen Edmundson’s history play set in the 1700s is ostensibly an intriguing...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: ART: A revolution more painted than televised
Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power Tate Modern, London SE1; until 22 Oct A man with shades and a perfectly picked afro stands against a flat silver background. He is dressed in a Superman T-shirt. His muscular arms are folded in a...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: DANCE: Pushing forward, one move at a time
10,000 Gestures Mayfield, Manchester It’s the idea of dance, the thought behind movement that most fascinates the radical and exacting French choreographer Boris Charmatz. He first started thinking about 10,000 Gestures , his blistering new dance...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: DANCE: THREE MORE TO SEE… Painting Pop Abbot Hall, Kendal; until 7 Oct Celebration of British pop art from David Hockney and Peter Blake to Richard Hamilton and Patrick Caulfield. Baltic artists’ award 2017 Baltic, Gateshead; until 1 Oct New films, paintings and sculptures...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TV + RADIO: Laying down the law… and the lawn
In the Dark (BBC1) The British Garden: Life and Death on Your Lawn BBC4 Who Wants My Council House? C4 Love Island ITV2 I watched the entire opening episode of and for the life of me In the Dark can’t remember the first thing about it. That’s a...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TV + RADIO: The koolest podcast on the block
Mogul: The Life and Death of Chris Lighty Gimlet Media Jules & James Through the 4th Wall I am very much enjoying Gimlet and Loud Speakers Network’s new podcast, . Mogul: The Life and Death of Chris Lighty Lighty grew up in the Bronx in the 1970s...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: POP: Charge of the bright brigade
Coldplay Principality Stadium, Cardiff Bits of coloured confetti are stuck to Chris Martin’s brow, giving him the air of a dad roped into a messy play session. In fact, the lead singer of Coldplay is banging away at the piano on Yellow, their career-...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: POP: JEN CLOHER
Before Jen Cloher started dating fellow musician Courtney Barnett six years ago, the Australian songwriter had spent much of her life single. But no sooner had the couple got together, than Barnett’s career exploded. “It really pissed me off, like,...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: ARCHITECTURE: Raise high the roofbeams…
“Federico, I’m terrified. I’m terrified of heights. I don’t know how to do it.” Federico Mazandarani is recalling a time in the mid-80s when he was one of 13 households building their own houses in what would be named Walters Way in Lewisham, London....... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CLASSICAL: Opera for real beginners
BambinO Heywood Civic Centre, Rochdale Albert Herring Grange festival, Hampshire Turandot Royal Opera House, London WC2; ends today Eugene, seven months old, has discarded his shirt and is down to his vest. George, quite senior at 16 months, tumbles...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: A cutting-edge swordsmith
It gets harder every second for an artist to nail their own signature sound. With every bedroom bleepist tinkering away on Ableton, and with every track that goes up on SoundCloud – there are around 120m on there, as the platform wobbled financially...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Tour de France 2017 PS4, Xbox One, Focus Home, cert: 3 Timed to coincide with this year’s ultimate two-wheel test, the latest offering in the Tour de France game series is an uphill struggle. Hardcore fans will be pleased, but for a wider audience, this lost chance to...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Nex Machina PC, PS4, Housemarque, cert: 12 Nex Machina is a top-down run’n’gun with the focus on dashing through restricted arenas on foot, weaving through enemy munitions while responding with the same. Fans of developer Housemarque’s previous works will quickly...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Dvorák String Quartet, Op 96, Schubert ‘American’ Death and the Maiden, D810 Dragon Quartet (CHANNEL CLASSICS) Formed in 2012, this Chinese string quartet prides itself on introducing rarely heard works and contemporary music. Here they contrast two of the...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Geoff Simkins Trio In a Quiet Way (SYMBOL) There’s something especially intimate about a small jazz combo without drums, like eavesdropping on a conversation among friends. These three – saxophonist Geoff Simkins, pianist Nikki Iles and bassist Dave Green – are old...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Bach French Suites Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano) (DECCA) No one has recorded longer for Decca than the fine pianist and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy, who turned 80 earlier this month. As well as celebratory reissues there is this one new recording. Pursuing...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Sheppard Media vita Westminster Cathedral Choir/ Baker (HYPERION) John Sheppard (c1515-58) was in the vanguard of clever Tudor composers who found themselves continuously adapting their styles according to the turbulent upheavals of the age. His monumental Media vita (“In...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Micro Machines: World Series PC, PS4, Xbox One, Codemasters, cert 7 While this reincarnation of the much-loved Micro Machines series looks beautiful, it sadly lacks the racing finesse of the original. Learning shortcuts and each tiny vehicle’s handling leads to the sort of high...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Sheer Mag Need to Feel Your Love (STATIC SHOCK) With both feet firmly planted in the 1970s, Philadelphia five-piece Sheer Mag take their cues from, variously, Lynyrd Skynyrd, long-forgotten British oi! bands and the end of that decade’s rock/disco crossovers....... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Waxahatchee Out in the Storm (MERGE) A messy postmortem of a bad relationship, Katie Crutchfield’s fourth album as Waxahatchee is thrillingly alive with recrimination, regret and release. Opening with a storm of bright, serrated guitars, it’s also her best, most...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Shabazz Palaces Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star (SUB POP) Now that mainstream hip-hop has gone jazz – witness Kendrick Lamar’s association with Thundercat, for one – the premise of this release by Seattle Afro-futurists Shabazz Palaces (one of two linked...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: The Vamps Night & Day: Night Edition (VIRGIN EMI) The Vamps, AKA McFly 2.0, have hit upon a novel way to stay relevant. Night Edition represents one half of their third album, Night & Day, its flip side due in December. This instalment represents the...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: French Montana Jungle Rules (BLACK BUTTER) The rapper’s cohesive second album nods to 2017’s most zeitgeisty sounds: swirling trap on Migo Montana with Quavo, sultry R&B on She Workin with Marc E Bassy, even dancehall with the air horn-heavy Formula, featuring...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: RELEASES: Monoswezi A Je (RIVERBOAT) Among the endless varieties of “world fusion”, this Afro-Nordic outfit remain a fascinating oddity. Norwegian Hallvard Godal fell in love with the mesmeric minimalism of Mozambique’s music during a stay in the country, combining it...... Pubdate:

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16/07/2017: RELEASES: Daphni
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16/07/2017: RELEASES: Dr Dre
Gunfire The Compton veteran’s first new song since 2015 is impassioned, angry, and a stonecold banger.... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: BOOKS: Window on a turbulent inner world
Fall Down 7 Times Get Up 8 Naoki Higashida (translated by KA Yoshida and David Mitchell) Sceptre £14.99, pp288 Naoki Higashida is a 24-year-old man with severe, largely non-verbal autism. Though he cannot hold a conversation, he uses an alphabet grid...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: BOOKS: Sublime love of the ocean wave
RisingTideFallingStar Philip Hoare 4th Estate £16.99, pp416 There’s a radiant passage at the end of Philip Hoare’s prize-winning 2008 book Leviathan , where the author describes diving with a group of sperm whales off the Azores. He gazes into the...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: BOOKS: Saucy antics and artistry in swinging London
Eureka Anthony Quinn Jonathan Cape £14.99, pp400 Anthony Quinn’s two most recent volumes of period fiction, Curtain Call and Freya , were set in the 1930s and the 1950s. In Eureka, he takes another step on his journey through the 20th century to...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: BOOKS: A history teacher’s 400 years of solitude
How to Stop Time Matt Haig Canongate £12.99, pp352 Matt Haig is a writer of admirable versatility (children’s books, nonfiction, adult novels) and an enviable ability to produce bestsellers. Reasons to Stay Alive , his memoir of being depressed in...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: BOOKS: The Tatler toff, his shadow and a hidden secret
The Party Elizabeth Day 4th Estate £12.99, pp336 As Elizabeth Day reminds us in the epigraph to The Party, her title has three meanings: social, political and contractual. Each comes into play here in her fourth novel, a well-paced slowburner of a...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: BOOKS: The story of our favourite gas
Caesar’s Last Breath: The Epic Story of the Air Around Us Sam Kean Doubleday £20, pp384 The Scottish physician Joseph Black was responsible, in 1764, for one of science’s more unusual chemical experiments. He had already achieved fame by becoming the...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: BOOKS: You’re not speaking my language You’re the Only One I Can Tell: Inside the Language of Women’s Friendships Deborah Tannen Virago £12.99, pp304 When Deborah Tannen’s You Just Don’t Understand: Women and Men in Conversation came out in 1990, I was at university, and should have been...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: BOOKS: A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
Mary Wollstonecraft (1792)... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: YOUR PICTURES OF… BUBBLY
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: heat (to appear 23 July). Share your photos of what ‘heat’...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: EVERYMAN CROSSWORD ACROSS 1 Minstrel with instrument entertaining king, old and gloomy (10) 6 Perch for member of male voice choir (4) 10 Beams, having last bit of summer pudding (7) 11 Fantastic day, none getting fed up (7) 12 Checks acts designed to get publicity (6)...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: Hoochie Koochie Choreographer Trajal Harrell presents dreamlike imaginary encounters. Barbican, London EC2; 20 July-13 August... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: ON THIS DAY A quiz about events that happened on this day, 16 July, throughout history 1. Who in 1931 signed Ethiopia’s first modern constitution? 2. Which coin-operated device made its debut in Oklahoma City in 1935? 3. In 1955, Stirling Moss won the British...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle Marianne Elliott directs Anne-Marie Duff and Kenneth Cranham in the UK premiere of Simon Stephens’s play. The first West End show from Elliott & Harper productions. Wyndham’s, London WC2; 3 October-6 January 2018... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: Zola Jesus The electronic auteur (right) goes back to moody basics on her latest album, Okovi, due in September. Hear her resonate up close on this autumn tour. Tour starts Brighton 29 October, ends London 7 November... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde Great art duos - Rodchenko and Stepanova, Hepworth and Nicholson, Miller and Man Ray - and the emotional and artistic relationship between them. Barbican, London EC2; 10 October-27 January 2017 Chosen by Kitty Empire, Susannah Clapp, Fiona Maddocks,...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: BBC Proms: Israel in Egypt The Orchestra and Choir of the Age of Enlightenment and top soloists, directed by William Christie, perform Handel’s great oratorio. Royal Albert Hall, London SW7; 1 August... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: Pinchas Zukerman The renowned violinist is soloist in Beethoven’s Violin Concerto for the opening night at Manchester Camerata’s new season. Bridgewater Hall, Manchester; 1 September... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: The Breeders There’s no new music to speak of, but Kim Deal moves in mysterious ways. Her 90s trailblazers hit the UK and Ireland in October. Tour starts Glasgow 15 October, ends London 18 October... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: Meet Me at Dawn Premiere of Zinnie Harris’s modern fable, inspired by the Orpheus myth. Orla O’Loughlin, artistic director of the Traverse, directs. Traverse, Edinburgh, 4-27 August... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: AZED ACROSS 1 Indian city (as formerly) holds back religious school (9) 8 Brother having to adapt without me (3) 11 Disreputable old fellow, dishevelled rake embraced by whore (8) 12 After celebration girl returned church hanging (6) 13 Shadow enveloping...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: CHESS Summer is always a peak period in the chess calendar and following the two Grand Chess Tour rapidplay and blitz events in Paris and Leuven (both won by Magnus Carlsen) there already have been several other top-class events. The first, the 30th annual...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: KILLER Normal Sudoku rules apply, except the numbers in the cells contained within grey lines add up to the figures in the corner. No number can be repeated within each shape formed by the grey lines.... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: SUDOKU Fill in the blank cells using the numbers 1 to 9. Each number must appear just once in every row, column and 3x3 box.... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: AZED 2,350 Solution & notes PRIZE RULES £25 in book tokens for the first three correct solutions opened. Solutions postmarked no later than Saturday to AZED No. 2,353, The Observer, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: SOLUTION NO. 3691 Everyman No. 3690 winners Mrs A Appleyard, Somerset Patricia Carter, Kent Carol Ewing, Manchester Chris Brewis, Lincs Peter Firmin, London... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: Top 10 bestselling books at Waterstones 1 The Dry Jane Harper 2 The Underground Railroad Colson Whitehead 3 The Power Naomi Alderman 4 The Adversary Emmanuel Carrere 5 Dragon Rider: The Griffin’s Feather Cornelia Funke 6 Swing Time Zadie Smith 7 The Handmaid’s Tale Margaret Atwood 8 The...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: Top 10 downloaded on iTunes this week 1 Beauty and the Beast Dir: Bill Condon 2 Logan James Mangold 3 Hacksaw Ridge Mel Gibson 4 Kong: Skull Island Jordan Vogt-Roberts 5 Patriots Day Peter Berg 6 Hidden Figures Theodore Melfi 7 Fifty Shades Darker James Foley 8 John Wick: Chapter 2 Chad...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: Top 10 tracks at Spotify 1 Wild Thoughts DJ Khaled 2 Despacito Luis Fonsi 3 Unforgettable French Montana 4 Mama Jonas Blue 5 Feels Calvin Harris 6 I’m the One DJ Khaled 7 2U David Guetta ft Justin Bieber 8 Strip That Down Liam Payne 9 Pretty Girl Maggie Lindemann 10 Your Song...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: CHARTS & PUZZLES: AZED No. 2,350 prizewinners Michael Crapper, Whitchurch Peter Walker-Birch, Tyne and Wear Ann Benson, Cheshire... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: MONDAY 17: Wonderwall London Live, 10.30pm (Joe Massot, 1968) This lysergic oddity was for a long time best known for the title that inspired the Oasis song, and for its sitar-laced George Harrison soundtrack. It’s about a solitary professor (Jack McGowran) who discovers a...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: MONDAY 17: Is Love Racist? The Dating Game Channel 4, 10pm Sociologist Emma Dabiri presents this intriguing experiment, which seems certain to be one of the most talked about programmes of the week. Dabiri collects together a group of twentysomethings and has them undergo a series of...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: MONDAY 17: Game of Thrones
Sky Atlantic, 9pm It’s back. The world’s biggest show returns for its penultimate series with seven hour-long episodes shown this summer and the final six then airing some time next year. So what can we expect? When we last checked in on Westeros,...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: MONDAY 17: Nadiya’s British Food Adventure
BBC2, 8.30pm The wonderfully warm Nadiya Hussain returns with this new series focusing on British food. As always the main appeal is the presenter, a joyous and uncynical TV presence, and her recipes: the Eton mess cheesecake with candy-striped...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: MONDAY 17: Assata Shakur: The FBI’s Most Wanted Woman Radio 4, 10.45am Marianne Jean-Baptiste ( Broadchurch, Secrets & Lies) stars as black activist Assata Shakur in Debbie Tucker Green’s powerful serialisation of Shakur’s autobiography. Shakur was put on the FBI’s most wanted terrorists list in 2013 on...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: MONDAY 17: Normal for Norfolk BBC2, 10pm It’s a year since we last saw the eccentrically eyebrowed Desmond MacCarthy but little has changed: family home Wiveton Hall is still falling down, Desmond still stalks around in tweed having harebrained schemes, and an array of pragmatic...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: MONDAY 17: Cricket Sky Sports 2, 10.30am England v South Africa. After a fine performance in the first Test, and a strong captain’s innings from Joe Root, can England also take the second?... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TUESDAY 18: Nocturnal Animals Sky Cinema Premiere, 4.15pm (Tom Ford, 2016) A painstakingly chic postmodern chinstroker from fashionista polymath Ford. Amy Adams plays gallerist Susan, who receives a manuscript – a novel by her ex Edward (Jake Gyllenhaal) – and finds her...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TUESDAY 18: In The Dark BBC1, 9pm There’s nothing much wrong with the second part of the BBC’s latest crime drama; equally, nothing really makes it stand out from the crowd apart, that is, from the unrelenting dourness. At least Peep Show’s Matt King pops up to provide some...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TUESDAY 18: Growing Up Gay
TV CHOICE BBC3, from 10am BBC3 is carving out a name for itself as the place to go to for emotionally open and involving documentaries, and this excellent film presented by Olly Alexander, the singer in electronica group Years & Years, is no...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TUESDAY 18: When Football Banned Women
Channel 4, 10pm The best documentaries always illuminate corners of history you weren’t really aware of and so it proves with this interesting film about a time when women’s football ruled the UK. Yes, really. Back in the 1920s, the Dick, Kerr’s...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TUESDAY 18: A Place Called Home Radio 4, 4pm Interviewing duo Rachel Sylvester and Alice Thomson approach public figures to explore the geography of their childhoods. Today David Blunkett shows them round his beloved Sheffield deflecting all talk of Jeremy Corbyn to focus instead on...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TUESDAY 18: Addicted Parents: Last Chance to Keep My Children BBC2, 9pm Sadly no previews were available for the opening episode of this interestingsounding two-part film which follows four drug-dependent mothers as they attempt to overcome their addictions at the Phoenix Futures Specialist Family Service in...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TUESDAY 18: Cycling ITV4, 12.30pm The 16th stage of the Tour de France sees competitors travel through 165km worth of flat terrain from Le Puy-en-Velay to Romansur-Isère. Next up, the tough, mountainous terrain of La Mure.... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: WEDNESDAY 19: A Separation Film4, 1am (Asghar Farhadi, 2011) If nothing else, Iranian writer-director Farhadi has shown that life in Tehran can produce middle-class domestic dramas to match any other city’s. Made between his acclaimed About Elly and the Paris-set The Past, A...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: WEDNESDAY 19: The Windsors Channel 4, 10pm The raucous comedy plays out its own riff on The Man in the Iron Mask (as well as nodding to the late Queen Mother’s Bowes-Lyon cousins) with the revelation that Prince Charles’s twin brother has been locked away in Sandringham since...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: WEDNESDAY 19: The Sweet Makers…
BBC2, 8pm … A Tudor Treat. On the surface this is another one of those frothy melds of dress-up and information that the BBC does so well. This time round the action takes place at Haddon Hall, Derbyshire, and our four volunteers are modern...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: WEDNESDAY 19: The Natives: This Is Our America
BBC1, 11.25pm First shown on BBC3, this tough, tender film focuses on the often harsh realities of life for the Lakota Sioux of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Among the standout stories are those of the indomitable Tiny D, who spends her time talking...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: WEDNESDAY 19: The No 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency Radio 4, 2.15pm Radio 4 presents another satisfyingly atmospheric two-part story based on the novels by Alexander McCall Smith and dramatised by the author himself. An air of expectancy hangs over the Botswana detective agency today as Mma Ramotswe...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: WEDNESDAY 19: Football Channel 4, 7pm Women’s Euro 2017. After reaching the semi-finals in the 2015 World Cup, England’s women’s football team are currently ranked fifth in the world and among the favourites for this tournament. That said, they will face tough competition...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: WEDNESDAY 19: Joanna Lumley’s India Lumley’s gentle travelogue comes to an end with a magazine shoot in Delhi, an emotional segment about the city’s many homeless people and an audience with the Dalai Lama.... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: THURSDAY 20: High Noon TCM, 3pm (Fred Zinnemann, 1952) Invariably high on lists of best-ever westerns, and always Exhibit A when it comes to the one-man-walks-alone subgenus. Gary Cooper plays the smalltown marshal who must walk down that lonely main street unaided to face a...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: THURSDAY 20: The Mash Report
BBC2, 10pm Is the UK capable of creating a weekly satirical current-affairs series that’s the incisive equal of America’s longrunning Daily Show or the increasingly important Last Week Tonight With John Oliver? We’ll have to wait until tonight to find...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: THURSDAY 20: Circus Kids
Channel 5, 9pm The final episode of the engaging series going behind the scenes at the circus tackles some of the practical problems of life under the Big Top with a focus on eightyear-old Lewis, who splits his time between two circuses because of his...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: THURSDAY 20: The Symbols of Bliss Radio4, 11.30am Poet Michael Symmons Roberts tells the remarkable story of Charles Bliss who managed to leave a Nazi concentration camp after his mandolin playing so impressed a guard that he allowed Bliss to consult a lawyer. Finding refuge in...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: THURSDAY 20: Summer Comedy Shorts Sky Arts, 9pm Pre-publicity for this set of 10-minute films has centred on Andrew Flintoff’s acting debut. The former England cricket captain acquits himself with style in a wistful tale of promise lost with a lovely script by Daniel Maier. Elsewhere,...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: THURSDAY 20: Golf Sky Sports Golf, 6.30am; Highlights, BBC2, 8pm The Open. All eyes on the Royal Birkdale for golf’s most prestigious event. The favourite is America’s Dustin Johnson, although it’s worth noting that he held the same position last year with little...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: THURSDAY 20: Riviera Sky Atlantic, 9pm Sky’s glossy melodrama continues with the Clios family, and in particular eldest son Cheristos, starting to feel the pressure after last week’s murder. Meanwhile, Georgina finds an ally in a surprising place.... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FRIDAY 21: Young Adult Channel 4, 1.20am (Jason Reitman, 2011) Writer-director-producer Reitman isn’t the most consistent talent in contemporary American cinema and is prone to taking himself a little too seriously. But when he’s feeling mischievous, he’s one of the smarter...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FRIDAY 21: BBC Proms 2017 BBC4, 8pm The music extravaganza turns its focus to film tonight with this celebration of the music of multi-award-winning American composer John Williams. Wiliams, now 85, won’t be in the Royal Albert Hall himself but an orchestra conducted by Keith...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FRIDAY 21: Ozark
Netflix Netflix’s latest drama is a dark and twisty crime tale about a financial adviser (Jason Bateman) who just happens to be the money man for a drug cartel on the side. When that part of the business starts to get a little bit too Breaking Bad,...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FRIDAY 21: The Secret World of Posh Pets
ITV, 8pm Emma and Wayne love rabbits. OK, you might think, so do many people. True, but possibly not so much that they want to remodel their garden into an Alice in Wonderland playpark for their 23 pets complete with underground tunnels, rabbit-shaped...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FRIDAY 21: And Then There Were Nun Radio 4, 11am In an elegiac programme, Bishop Martin Shaw suggests that the ageing Anglican religious communities he supports are in terminal decline. Along the way we hear the stories of Sister Giovanna, Sister Clare and Brother Samuel. “I sat there...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FRIDAY 21: The Last Leg Channel 4, 10pm The topical comedy show won plaudits for its funny, scabrous take on the Paralympics, The Last Leg: Live from Rio, so expect a strong showing in tonight’s Para Athletics centred episode, with news from today’s events and guests Ellie...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: FRIDAY 21: Cycling ITV4, 11am Tour de France. The 19th stage of the Tour sees competitors back on the flat in the event’s longest stage, the 222.5km route from Embrun to Salon de Provence.... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SATURDAY 22: Cosmopolis BBC2, 11.45pm (David Cronenberg, 2012) An audacious example of Cronenberg’s current phase, as he continues to move away from dystopian horror and explores a vein of intellectually searching chamber drama. This is his adaptation of Don DeLillo’s 2003...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SATURDAY 22: My Friend Jane BBC2, 2.50pm This lovely look at Jane Austen obsessives, or “Janeites” as they are better known, introduces us to a number of devoted fans, from yoga teacher Yasmine, who describes Jane Austen as “almost an old friend”, to 22-year-old Zac, a...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SATURDAY 22: Performance Live: Why It’s Kicking Off Everywhere
BBC2, 10pm Recorded at the Young Vic earlier this year, journalist Paul Mason’s adaptation of his 2012 book about the rise of global protest is an impassioned political polemic, which raises valid questions about recent events in addition to offering...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SATURDAY 22: I Know Who You Are
BBC4, 9pm The Spanish crime drama continues to enthral thanks to the growing sense that no one here is telling the truth. This week Juan’s hidden past threatens to push its way up to the surface while his wife Alicia begins to wonder just how real her...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SATURDAY 22: Proms At...Stage@The Dock, Hull Radio 3, 3pm For the first time in recent history, the Proms travels out of London, making the most of Hull’s dockside amphitheatre built as a permanent venue in honour of the port’s City of Culture 2017 status. An appropriately watery programme...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SATURDAY 22: Football ITV, 12.25pm As if the upcoming Charity Shield isn’t enough of an event local rivals Arsenal and Chelsea meet in this lucrative pre-season fixture at Bird’s Nest Stadium in China. With neither side wanting to tip their hand early, expect a cagy game.... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: SATURDAY 22: Casualty BBC1, 9pm Last week’s storyline, about Jez’s relationship with Mickey Ellison, and Mickey’s own problems with brother Scott come to a head this week as mum Denise turns up to uncover just why her boys have fallen out.... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TODAY’S TELEVISION: Lunacy Film4, 1.20am (Jan Švankmajer, 2005) Venerable Czech animation maestro Švankmajer is one of the last of the hardcore European surrealists. Much admired by film-makers including Terry Gilliam and the brothers Quay, he has for years been exploring the...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TODAY’S TELEVISION: Poldark BBC1, 9pm Few TV villains are as enjoyably hissable as George Warleggan (and Jack Farthing is clearly having a whale of time playing him). This week, the oleaginous one outdoes himself with a masterfully evil plan that destroys several lives and...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TODAY’S TELEVISION: The Loch
ITV, 9pm ITV’s crime drama about death and despair beside picturesque Loch Lomond comes to a suitably Grand Guignol conclusion with emotions running high, several plot twists and the use of the old “vulnerable character in extreme peril” plot card....... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TODAY’S TELEVISION: The Handmaid’s Tale
Channel 4, 9.30pm Offred gets a break from routine after the Commander decides on an evening out. As ever with this show there’s far more to that decision than meets the eye, and the script has queasy fun exploring the imbalance in power between the...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TODAY’S TELEVISION: Private Passions Radio 3, 12noon On her 90th birthday, the children’s author and illustrator Shirley Hughes talks to Michael Berkeley about her musical passions including sumptuous piano music by Scriabin, Beethoven’s First Symphony, which she enjoyed with her late...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TODAY’S TELEVISION: Ross Kemp: Extreme World Sky 1, 9pm For all Ross Kemp’s insistance that he isn’t a journalist he’s pretty good at the basics of reporting, most notably at getting people to talk in difficult circumstances. Tonight, the former Grant Mitchell heads to a drugs den in the West...... Pubdate:

16/07/2017: TODAY’S TELEVISION: Tennis BBC1, 1pm After a gruelling two weeks which have seen competitors dealing with slips, heat and stress, not to mention some memorable five-set exchanges, it all comes down to this match. Who will be this year’s men’s Wimbledon champion?... Pubdate:








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