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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
From a lake flanked by a sandy beach, to a calm and leafy stretch of the River Medway, we round up the little-known spots for wild swimming near London
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
Connell and Marianne suffer individual losses in titanic spadefuls in episodes nine and 10, as abusive relationships and premature deaths create a sense of immense anguish
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
The Big Little Lies writer cooks up a new HBO drama with an equally star-studded cast – Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant lead the dark and mysterious The Undoing
The second half of the BBC's Normal People lurches into focus with great pain – Hettie McDonald directs a strained academic year and a suffocating holiday
You don't need to have a trip planned to invest in some great kids' swimwear: just turn on the garden hose and you'll be parent of the year…
In a sea of millions of products geared to new mums and their infants, we've picked our favourite brands to know and essentials to buy
Teaching kids mindfulness and meditation techniques like how to live in the present and be attuned to their emotions is critical, especially with the changes they're facing daily.
If you are tired of being stuck inside, there is a wealth of art waiting for you in the great outdoors
From online dog training videos to virtual one-to-one classes, is this the future of puppy schooling?
Great news amid the current gloom: following the closure of his Dance Company, the choreographer Richard Alston has now unveiled a new website dedicated to his work
With White Lines, Álex Pina (Money Heist) brings a bingeable Netflix crime-drama that ridiculously explores the Ibizan underworld with enjoyable abandon. Daniel Mays stars
A successful kids' walk or cycle ride isn't about distance covered; it's about avoiding tantrums and ensuring the whole family combines fun with fitness
In episode six, Eve (Sandra Oh) investigates her ex's puncturing and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) hangs with Konstantin (Kim Bodnia) after last week's explosive finish
Following the supremely successful A Christmas Carol, Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders) continues his series of BBC Dickens adaptations with Great Expectations. Tom Hardy produces
Lenny Abrahamson directs his last two episodes of the series by dealing in extremes, delivering an hour of television both satisfying and devastating
These at home challenges for kids are a fun way to encourage your children to set a goal and reach it.
Episode 5 is all about Villanelle (Jodie Comer) as she travels back to Mother Russia to visit her family. Get ready for strange reunions, harvest festivals and Elton John