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TV tonight: Mel Giedroyc throws a big night for 90s music enthusiasts

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It was the turn of a decade that saw a Tory government, a recession and a war (sound familiar?) – oh, and Top of the Pops got a makeover. After moving studios, the show gave a platform to ravers, indie kids and pop ma...

Saturday Night Live: John Mulaney’s entertaining arrival to the five-timers club

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Saturday Night Live returns from a three-week hiatus to find the world very much changed in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. With the war still in its early days, people aren’t in much of a laughing mood, let...

The secret life of bats: vital workers of the night

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It is feeding time at the Tolga bat hospital on the Atherton Tablelands, in the hills west of Cairns. Garlands of sliced apples, pears and rockmelon festoon the feeding shelter. High above us, flying foxes are watchin...

Explosions and gunfire across Kyiv during Russian night assault – video

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Footage shared on social media appears to show explosions, gunfire and anti-aircraft tracer fire across multiple areas of Kyiv. The invading Russian forces tried to push their way towards the city centre and were met ...

Andrew Neil to host Sunday night political show on Channel 4

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Andrew Neil is to to host a new Sunday night political show on Channel 4, his first major return to broadcasting after an acrimonious departure from GB News, where he was the rightwing network’s lead presenter. It mar...

Saturday Night Fever review – don’t drop that glitter ball!

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A kaleidoscope of disco glitter balls? Check. Tony Manero in a gleaming white suit? Check. More Bee Gees hits than a 70s karaoke session? Check check check. All the iconic elements from the 1977 film are in place in B...

The Passengers of the Night review – Charlotte Gainsbourg hurts and heals in 1980s Paris

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Mikhaël Hers has made a likably unassuming and easygoing movie set in 1980s Paris; a world of LPs and stonewashed denim, with TV news archive footage interspersed in the drama. We start with the celebrations that mark...

‘This is a parody’: Germany left fuming after night of ski jumping mayhem

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Slovenia won the mixed team ski jumping gold on Monday, but the big talking point of the event’s first appearance at the Winter Olympics was a series of disqualifications that hit the favourites and meant the world ch...

A local’s guide to Grenoble, France: spectacular night skiing and great nightlife

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There may not be a significant gastronomic tradition here, but certain foods should not be missed. Buy local cheeses saint-marcellin and bleu du vercors-sassenage at Les Alpages, run by master fromager Bernard Mure-Ra...

Tesco ditches night shifts, putting 1,500 jobs at risk

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Almost 1,500 jobs are at risk at Tesco as the supermarket ditches night shifts in more than 80 stores and almost 40 petrol stations. The potential job cuts emerged only a day after the UK’s biggest supermarket chain s...

Charlotte Higgins on The Archers: is this a Radio 4 show – or an M Night Shyamalan movie?

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Sometimes Ambridge reminds me of The Village, that splendidly implausible M Night Shyamalan film about a 19th-century community in Pennsylvania. The village’s secret is that beyond a supposedly monster-infested forest...

American Night review – hot mess of an art-world thriller with a Tarantino-esque edge

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Erotic body painting, deadly scorpions, Italian futurism, a ninja stuntman, a Warholian MacGuffin, the singer Anastacia, not one organised-crime faction but four: incorporating all the above and more, this art world-s...

Saturday Night Live: Will Forte returns for a weird and wonderful season high

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Saturday Night Live opens by going back to a (very dry) well with a new edition of Fox News’s Ingraham Angle. Laura Ingraham (Kate McKinnon) celebrates “year one of Biden’s presidency” by listing some of his big failu...

Here’s tae us: Burns Night tipples with a difference

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Port of Leith Lind & Lime Gin (£34.95, masterofmalt.com; craft365.co.uk) It’s Burns Night on Tuesday, which, for drinks columns like this, is usually an excuse to roll out the whisky barrel. There’s a simple reaso...

Into the Night review – harrowing, heroic lifeboat story

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Filmed in a breath-holding single take in a small performance space, Into the Night tells the real-life tale of a doomed lifeboat rescue mission off the Cornish coast in 1981. Combining clever camerawork, projected vi...

The night I met Christ at a bus stop in Dalston

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“The poor are always with us. So speaks the man who has not learned to use a whip correctly!” And also thus spake the unsung genius comedian Simon Munnery, in character in his 90s parody of impotent bedsit fascism, Th...