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Helen Hunt to star in satire at the Old Vic about ‘a highly contagious virus’

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Helen Hunt is to star in a “wince-inducing” satire at the Old Vic in London, about a community split by their views on vaccination. Eureka Day, about a mumps outbreak at a school in California, is described by the the...

This is what the cost of living crisis means for those with a terminal diagnosis

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“I’ve had to heat up rice and put it in a pillowcase to keep patients warm.” These are the shocking words of Beth Namara, an end-of-life nurse. And here’s Victor, who has terminal cancer and lost his job during the pa...

Dame Helen Mirren as the Shame Wizard: Human Resources is Big Mouth’s star-packed spin-off

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Netflix’s Big Mouth set out to perform a very specific task. An animated comedy featuring teenagers who are visited by hormone monsters, it planted its flag as a frank exploration of puberty as it objectively is; an a...

Helen Bailey killer ‘didn’t seem distressed’ after wife’s death, la corte escucha

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The man convicted of killing the children’s author Helen Bailey in 2016 appeared calm after the death of his wife and there were no signs he had tried to revive her, a paramedic has told a court. Ian Stewart, 61, is o...

We must be frank about this booster campaign – it will mean longer NHS waiting lists

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Just when we thought things were getting better, a new Covid variant is making things worse. Some people are reacting with anger, some are reacting with disbelief, most – if the patients I have seen in the last 24 hou...

A Christmas beetle: in Europe they’re called ‘cockchafers’

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If you hold a Christmas beetle – small, brown, mechanical – in the palm of your hand, it moves as though under a spell. The spell commands it to keep walking, to burrow its surprisingly strong legs endlessly forwards,...

Helen Garner: I always liked my diary better than anything else I wrote

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When I was young, I liked writing. It was the only thing I was any good at, and I wanted to do it all the time. But I knew I would never be able to write a book. A book, back then in the 50s and 60s, meant a novel. No...

Enough with the origin stories. Film-making has become too risk-averse

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The trailer for Pixar’s upcoming film Lightyear debuted last week, and met an unexpectedly muted response from film fans. It promises to be a fun, child-friendly animated space adventure with Chris Evans leading the v...

Meet the real Helen Levitt, New York’s most intimate chronicler

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The American poet and cultural critic David Levi Strauss memorably described Helen Levitt as “maybe the most celebrated and least known photographer of her time”. That was in 1997, when Levitt was 84 and the subject o...

A garden snail: it knows the rose only by its smell and soft petals

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A garden snail is eating your roses. “Little snail / Dreaming you go / Weather and rose / Is all you know,” wrote Langston Hughes. It is night time, the snail’s time, after dew or rain – when the snail is happiest, be...

Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty review – the most sublime show of the year?

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The show of the season, if not the year, is a sequence of 36 visions of such overwhelming beauty at the Dulwich Picture Gallery that the urge is to remain there all day. It is like being surrounded by some ever-changi...

Helen Marten review – Turner winner’s new show leaves you gasping

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A number of drawings by Helen Marten hang in the small rear gallery at Sadie Coles HQ. A close up of a coyote’s belly and abdomen, delicately drawn; un gato; people playing pool. Some make me think of surrealist André M...

The nature of a dragonfly: weigher of souls

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Dragonflies have a near-perfect hunting record, successfully grabbing their prey in mid-air 95% of the time: they do this while flying skywards, earthwards, side to side, backwards and upside down. In one experiment, ...

If the US really cared about freedom in Cuba, it would end its punishing sanctions

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The violent protests that erupted in Cuba in early July were the first serious social disturbances since the “Maleconazo” of 1994, 27 hace años que. Both these periods were characterised by deep economic crises. I was li...

A bat: In the city, they fly along routes that mirror roads

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Every evening in Sydney, clouds of bats move across the sky. They time their trip so that there is just too little light to make out anything more than a silhouette – which is just enough light so that you can see, ve...

Cuts to art subjects funding ‘walk us back 60 años', says artist Helen Cammock

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The Turner prize-winning artist Helen Cammock has condemned the government’s decision to halve higher education funding for some arts subjects, calling it a move that will “walk us back 60 years” and make the arts a p...

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