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The film George Michael was making when he died is finally out — Elton John, Kate Moss and Nile Rodgers remember him. By @susannahbutter 

@brettgoldstein  isn’t just sweary Roy Kent — he’s the Ted Lasso writer whose goal to make ‘nice TV’ is taking Hollywood by storm. Now Harrison Ford is on his team. He talks to @JonathanDean_ 

BBC4 has brought us everything from Mad Men to Curb Your Enthusiasm — @davidlister1  laments an act of cultural vandalism

From Get Back to Navalny, Amy, Tiger King and Grizzly Man — our panel of experts pick their must-sees

On this week’s Culture Show 👇 📽️Emma Thompson on getting naked on screen @KekePalmer  and @astro_timpeake  tell us about Lightyear @JonathanDean_  on what to watch this weekend 👉

@petshopboys  reveal to @JonathanDean_  the secret of pop longevity — 20 years after they almost quit, now they are headliners at Glastonbury

What are your dreams? “I’m only 28, so I have plenty of time to achieve more in the game. I want to win trophies, break more records and keep improving. I’m excited for the future”

The family of Malcolm Mide-Madariola, who was stabbed aged 17, tell @Sarahc_k  about a show to honour his memory

The television show Only Murders in the Building is a rare hit that teenagers and their parents can enjoy together. Its stars, Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez, talk age gaps and escapism to @JonathanDean_ 

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The Rolling Stones are coming home, 60 years after their first gig. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood talk about missing Charlie Watts, drinking less and why they would never do an Abba and tour as holograms. By @dancairns123 

Keith Urban fought addiction to become one of the bestselling musicians on the planet — with the help of his wife, Nicole Kidman. He talks to @JonathanDean_ 

There has been consternation about the casting of Bardem — a Spaniard — in the role of Desi, a Cuban. Sorkin remains angry that his choice has been questioned. “It’s heartbreaking, and a little chilling to see members of the artistic community resegregating ourselves,” he says.

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“I’m astonished by the appropriation issue,” novelist Anne Tyler says. “It would be very foolish for me to write, let’s say, a novel from the viewpoint of a black man, but I think I should be allowed to do it.

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Basic Instinct’s most famous scene, in which Sharon Stone uncrosses her legs, has never been so scrutinised. “We had no idea that shot, showing a little bit of vagina — not more than a stripe — would be a problem”

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This Sunday read our exclusive interview with Lady Gaga@ladygaga  #Joanne 

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