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Welcome to theartsdesk's first radio show with Peter Culshaw and Joe Muggs, recorded with the extremely able help of Brendon Harding at Red Bull Studio London.

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CD: Moon Diagrams - Lifetime of Love

Those coming to Lifetime of Love expecting something – anything – approaching Moses Archuleta’s day job in Deerhunter will find those...

John Man: Amazons review- the real warrior women of the anci...

As Wonder Woman hits screens worldwide, the publication of a book that explores the myth and reality of the Amazon seems timely. The latest of...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Shelleyan Orphan

Considering Shelleyan Orphan, Melody Maker said “someone’s been smearing themselves in art…were they artists or did they just wallow in...

Souvenir review – Huppert does deadpan like Buster Keaton

Isabelle Huppert isn’t just here for the nasty things in life. Her rape non-victim in Elle was one of the...

CD: Denys Baptiste - The Late Trane

Denys Baptiste's deep dive into the mid-1960s work of ...

The best TV to watch this week

Channel-rich but time-poor? We sift the schedules for you.

Friday 23 June

Versailles, BBC Two – final...

Gloria, Hampstead Theatre review – pretty glorious

As with life, so it is in art: in the same way that one can't predict the curve balls that get thrown our way, the American playwright Branden...

The Book of Henry review - staggeringly awful

It’s been quite a while since I’ve seen a movie as staggeringly awful as The Book of Henry. If it was just a touch more shrill it could...

Terror, Lyric Hammersmith review – more gimmick than drama

Can the theatre be a courtroom? A good public place to debate morality and to arrive at profound decisions? You could answer this with a history...

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Reissue CDs Weekly: Shelleyan Orphan

Box set dedicated to arty British duo pays tribute to their recently lost Caroline Crawley

CD: Moon Diagrams - Lifetime of Love

The Deerhunter drummer impresses with an assured and personal debut

CD: Denys Baptiste - The Late Trane

A beautiful exploration of late period Coltrane by the outstanding British tenor player