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William Cook enjoys live theatre with Jenny Seagrove and Martin Shaw in Love Letters.
A show of Rodin's work at the Tate Modern explores his methods and gives a sense of his workshop. By Huon Mallalieu
Why do female detectives have be dress badly in dark colours and ill-fitting jackets, asks Roger Lewis
Richard Osborne comes to grips with the summer festival season - or what remains of it - while he celebrates the online alternatives that work, the short but very sweet L'Heure espagnole.
After a crime spree, Roger Lewis has discovered that television coppers are invariably sour, disconsolate, angry all the time and stressed, their faces pasty under the strip lights
Pelé dominated football from 1958 to 1970 - this documentary focuses on his extraordinary comeback at the 1970 World Cup. It's a joy, says Harry Mount
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