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TV stasera: Bake Off serves up a finale fit for a Mad Hatter’s tea party

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It’s time to put the spatula down, succumb to a sugar-induced coma on the sofa, and see who’s going to be crowned this year’s Bake Off winner. Here’s what the three finalists need to do to impress Prue and Paul: put ...

Vigil finale review – an anxiety-inducing horror spectacular

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Vigil (BBC One) concluded in nightmarishly claustrophobic style. Not content with sticking half of the cast on a large metal tube under water, it trapped noted hater-of-small-spaces DCI Amy Silva in a tiny metal tube ...

Wout van Aert powers to late Tour of Britain triumph in dramatic finale

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Wout van Aert won a dramatic sprint finish to the final stage of the Tour of Britain to snatch the overall victory from Ethan Hayter. Van Aert had the power to come around both Mark Cavendish and André Greipel on the ...

Tour has failed to sparkle but Lions can grab glory in simmering finale

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It was not supposed to end like this. As recently as a few weeks ago the final Test of this British & Irish Lions series was still slated to take place up at altitude in the 90,000-capacity FNB Stadium in Soweto. ...

Loki episode six recap: a thrilling finale answering the big questions

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Avviso spoiler: this blog is for people watching Loki on Disney+. Do not read on unless you have watched episodes 1-6 Let’s cut to the chase. KANG! scusate, He Who Remains, as played by Jonathan Majors. It was announced...

Leeds Lieder festival finale review – a beautifully voiced inquiry into gender

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Leeds Lieder festival packed a great deal – masterclasses and lectures as well as song recitals – into its four days, with all the events streamed online as well as given before live audiences in Leeds Town Hall. Suo ...

Mare of Easttown finale review – Kate Winslet drama is a stunning, harrowing success

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In interviews, Kate Winslet always said it wasn’t a thriller. And she was right. sì, Mare of Easttown (Sky Atlantic) began with a murder in a small, bleak Pennsylvania town and Winslet’s police detective Mare Sheehan...

DMX: Exodus review – a bold and bleak posthumous finale

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Hip-hop loves a posthumous album, but DMX’s has arrived sooner than most because it wasn’t supposed to be posthumous at all. Earl Simmons’ career had been in decline since the mid-00S, eventually grinding to a halt am...

Emma Hayes praises Chelsea’s ‘one-club’ approach as WSL reaches finale

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Emma Hayes has credited Chelsea’s inclusive “one club” policy for helping transport her team to within touching distance of the Women’s Super League title and Champions League trophy. Some WSL teams are still treated ...

Line of Duty finale draws record 12.8 million UK TV audience

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A record 12.8 million viewers tuned in for the final episode of series six of the hit BBC One drama Line of Duty when it aired on Sunday night. Commanding 56.2% of the UK’s television audience, according to overnight ...

Line of Duty review – an audacious, deranged, reverse-ferreting finale

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Like Jed Mercurio’s previous hit, Bodyguard, the latest series of his police procedural Line of Duty has caught fire. The public has crushed to its bosom the latest tale of anti-corruption unit AC-12, led with crusadi...

England emerge from tense finale to win unique Women’s Six Nations

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Il 2021 Women’s Six Nations has been unique even if the final outcome was not, with the professionals of England retaining the trophy after beating France’s semi-professionals 10-6 on finals day. Less predictable was...

Becket’s brutal murder reimagined in museum – with his skull as a finale

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For centuries it was the world’s most notorious state-sanctioned murder. When King Henry II of England made it clear in the winter of 1170 that his dislike of the cleric Thomas Becket had reached new levels, it took j...

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