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From Spike Lee's furiously evocative detective movie BlacKkKlansman to Steven Spielberg's classic dino-drama Jurassic Park, Netflix in July has plenty to think about and escape from
With restaurants tentatively reopening across the city, here's where to celebrate when you'd rather have a room of your own
Arabella (Michaela Coel) continues to struggle with her second work, but finds communal solace in her support group. Terry (Weruche Opia), on the other hand, is sceptical
Elena (Margherita Mazzucco) tries to upgrade herself into the Neapolitan intelligentsia while trying to score with Nino (Francesco Serpico), which threatens her friendship with Lila (Gaia Girace)
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The BBC's new Talking Heads remake uses Alan Bennett's original stories along with well as two premieres. Jodie Comer, Martin Freeman and Imelda Staunton star
Luca Silvestrini’s Protein dance company has announced a new digital season running throughout summer and autumn under the heading Protein21, to mark the company’s 21st anniversary
A new pocket of Princess Diana's life will be explored courtesy of Kristen Stewart, in a new film by Pablo Larraín coming next year
Based on Eleanor Catton's Booker-winning novel, The Luminaries is an endlessly confusing murder-mystery wrapped in gold nuggets and zodiac signs. Eva Green stars
Lila (Gaia Girace) and Elena (Margherita Mazzucco) return for the next chapter in Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan coming-of-age story, The Story of a New Name
From sunrise yoga to a virtual planetarium show and a chance to stream the ultimate tale of midsummer madness, here’s how to celebrate the Summer Solstice
Ryan Murphy's political anthology series soldiers on, as after surviving high school his ambitious protagonist Peyton (Ben Platt) is running for Senate
Adam Kay's bestselling memoir is heading to the small screen in a BBC-AMC co-production – and Ben Whishaw will be playing the author himself
The fashion show schedule is moving online – keep up with the latest developments
In Da 5 Bloods, Spike Lee examines the impact of the Vietnam from the perspectives of four African-American veterans: tackling PTSD, war stories, and black history. Chadwick Boseman stars
Artworks inspire the new generation of composers to write pieces for the human voice
Breathe new life into homeschooling with the BBC's Celebrity Supply Teacher, which kicks off Monday 8 June
From the ever-relevant racial dystopia in Noughts + Crosses to the beautiful adaptation of Sally Rooney's millennial novel Normal People, TV in 2020 has been awash with great drama
The virtual festival of the arts continues with new relays of opera, classical music and documentaries, plus theatre and visual art
Martin McDonagh's ghoulish 2003 comedy is revived on the West End stage, starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson as a twisted short-story writer
The roaring twenties are re-imagined as a masked ball in an adapted socially-distance version of this hit immersive production The Great Gatsby
Mozart, Verdi, Janacek and romantic Mascagni top the bill in next year's season. And this year's productions may surface yet...
Pick your own farms not only provide a fun day out for the kids, they're also a great way to stock up on the ingredients for your next culinary adventure
As Black people continue to face injustice – it's high time we expand our viewpoint, to support and champion Black filmmakers. Here are 12 suggestions to start an education
From virtual speed-dating nights to LGBTQ+ quizzes, art classes and sing-alongs, here’s how to celebrate Pride Month 2020
Steve Carell and Greg Daniels (The Office) create a new workplace comedy, about a team establishing a military Space Force. John Malkovich and Lisa Kudrow co-star
In the season finale, Villanelle (Jodie Comer) considers different career options and Carolyn (Fiona Shaw) gets closer to her enemy
From Michelin-starred restaurants to our favourite bakeries, we round up the most exciting restaurants, cafés and bars delivering to your door
Here's some thrilling lockdown news for youngsters: JK Rowling's new book, The Ickabog, is released in instalments online from now until July
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From Spike Lee's new Vietnam drama Da 5 Bloods to the return of Ryan Murphy's eccentric satire The Politician, Netflix in June ranges from the dark to the colourful
In episode three, Villanelle (Jodie Comer) is encouraged to keep killing by the Twelve, Eve (Sandra Oh) is catching up with her assassin/lover, and Konstantin (Kim Bodnia) is stressed