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Season 2 of Poldark is finally at an end. Is all what it seems in the Warleggan household? Will Poldark's marriage survive?
A humanising and immensely watchable portrayal of the English Royal Family in public and in person: The Crown has arrived on Netflix
November covered: read our list of the best of what to do with children this winter in London for the next month
Jude Law is the sinister and cruel young American Pope in the best show currently on TV
The robots return: Humans on Channel 4 season 2 review
Shocking, scandalous and deeply deeply real: Divorce on Sky Atlantic is the autumn TV show we've all been waiting for
It's no Downton Abbey but we have high hopes for Tutankhamun on ITV this autumn
See the new Kenzo and H&M collection, arriving in 250 H&M stores around the world on November 3
Spoiler Free: The Fall's gruesome return to BBC2 for its third season offers very little in the way of action. Just as we like it
What happens to the life of a celebrity when they're accused of rape? National Treasure is unmissable drama on Channel 4
Zadie Smith's NW and Cormoran Strike just as we imagined him. Plus two different sides to Margaret Atwood in our list of great novels adapted for television
Santa Cruz surfers, Orthodox Jews & a Jo-berg schoolkid: browse the shortlist for the typically rambunctious Taylor Wessing Prize.
Are they all going to die? Poldark episode two gets silly and flirty, but we still love it
Go behind Vogue's closed doors with the new fashion documentary on TV Thursday night
From traditional classics at the Royal Opera House to innovative new commissions, the opera and classical concerts coming up this season in London
Brooding, rugged and glistening like an otter: Poldark returns this Sunday night to BBC 1
Sunday night viewing sorted: the dramatic story of the young Queen Victoria comes to ITV this autumn with a head-strong and lovable Victoria by Jenna Coleman
Plan your nights out from now until Christmas with the 13 best plays on in London this autumn — featuring famous faces, radical rewrites and all-female Shakespeare
From the RA Summer Show to a crackpot Icelander, these are the shows you might have missed. Go, go, go! Catch before they close this autumn
SPOILER FREE REVIEW: our five point guide to getting the most out of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child script. Is it as good as going seeing the play?
The books adapted to film this year and next include Little Women, The Bell Jar, The Handmaid's Tale and even The Goldfinch. Read them all before their release
As of 2016, Pixar sequels coming out have a lot to live up to...
The Nice Guys film has won over critics and Ryan and Russell's onscreen friendship has won our hearts. Now we've rounded up the best buddy movies of all time
Episode 6 was a brilliant return to form that has us salivating in anticipation for series 2 of The Durrells
Spoiler free review: Peaky Blinders series three kicks off with a wedding bloody enough to rival Game of Thrones
We review Upstart Crow, BBC Two's raucous new sitcom based on the life of Shakespeare, as played by David Mitchell
Xenophobic Aunt Hermione arrives on the island of Corfu and upturns the Durrell family household in episode five of ITV's The Durrells
Star-studded Shakespeare, a blockbuster Disney musical and provacative fringe: the London theatre shows to see this May
Episode four of The Durrells on ITV took a miserable turn we wish it had gone without
Wondering what to do in London this month? Make the most of May with high fashion, fresh blooms, new restaurants, exhibitions, plays and more
We've rounded up this month's best family activities: June 2016 brings you the new exhibition at the British Museum and Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre
Start booking and getting excited about the best London events: April 2016 brings superstars to the stage, sex, drugs 'n' rock to the Saatchi and much more