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Stephen Colbert on Bush’s gaffe: ‘A refreshingly lighthearted confession to war crimes’
Late-night hosts discuss Bush accidentally calling the invasion of Iraq ‘wholly unjustified and brutal’, and Roe v Wade

Guardian staff

20, May, 2022 @3:25 PM

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The Guide #35: Our podcast pet peeves, from bad ads to marathon runtimes
In this week’s newsletter: Don’t want to hear about razor subscription services? Don’t have time for three-hour episodes? Trust us, you’re not alone

Gwilym Mumford

20, May, 2022 @10:45 AM

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Seth Meyers on Madison Cawthorn’s loss: ‘A rare treat to watch Republicans tear each other apart’
Late-night hosts discuss the scandal-ridden Trump ally’s loss in the North Carolina GOP primary and Dr Oz’s too-close-to-call race in Pennsylvania

Guardian staff

19, May, 2022 @3:05 PM

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‘We collect symbols of the resistance’: the Ukrainian museum working through the war
From children’s dresses to molotov cocktails, the objects curated by Ihor Poshyvailo preserve the tragedy and bravery of the war in Ukraine for future generations

Oliver Basciano

19, May, 2022 @12:40 PM

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Casket linked to Mary, Queen of Scots bought for nation for £1.8m
Silver relic will go on public display at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh this week

Harriet Sherwood Arts and culture correspondent

19, May, 2022 @9:27 AM

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Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson revealed in This England teaser
Sky Atlantic series follows PM’s tumultuous first months in No 10 as he grapples with pandemic

Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent

18, May, 2022 @5:46 PM

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Stephen Colbert on future of the GOP: ‘Original recipe nutballs or extra crispy cuckoo cojones’
Late-night hosts discuss a big primary night for Republicans, Biden’s call for new gun control laws and the first at-home Covid test that also detects flu

Guardian staff

18, May, 2022 @3:32 PM

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Colbert on ‘replacement theory’: ‘It’s being mainstreamed by Fox News’
Late-night hosts discuss the Buffalo shooting by a gunman allegedly motivated by a racist conspiracy theory

Guardian staff

17, May, 2022 @3:02 PM

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Questions raised about UK arts donations of Leonard Blavatnik
FoI request shows Ukrainian-born benefactor was subject of correspondence over sanctions imposed upon others

Ben Quinn

16, May, 2022 @3:13 PM

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Revenge is sweet: the music, TV and theatre about getting your own back
From Shakespeare’s dithering Dane to Desperate Housewives’ steely-eyed Bree, our critics serve up the coldest revenge dishes

Jason Okundaye, Jessica Kiang, Miriam Gillinson, Hugh Morris and Sam Jordison

16, May, 2022 @9:00 AM

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‘Goddesses, I yield to you!’ Marina Warner on the volcanic power of witches, she-devils and divinities
The writer has always resisted deity worship but she found her senses sparking at the British Museum’s gripping show about female superbeings – one wearing a necklace of severed heads

Marina Warner

16, May, 2022 @5:00 AM

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More than 100 UK festivals sign up to tackle sexual violence
Reading, Leeds and Latitude festivals among those to commit to updated charter of best practice

Mark Brown

16, May, 2022 @5:00 AM

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