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"We shan't go to Camelot, 'tis a silly place," as Monty Python pointed out, and the BBC's sword-and-sorcery drama is pretty silly. It's also, however, enormous fun.

Isabelle Duston’s cooking app was a surprise success in Denmark

The digital enlightenment has already begun

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No death please, we're British

As a new festival at the Southbank explores the way cultures around the globe deal with our final exit, Arifa Akbar asks whether it is time for us to lose the morbidity left by the Victorians and reconsider the way we say goodbye

Wales blow as Lloyd Burns set miss Six Nations

Wales forward Lloyd Burns will miss the entire RBS 6 Nations Championship after being ruled out for three months with a neck injury.

Ex-MP Frank Cook dies aged 76

Former Labour MP Frank Cook, who spent 27 years in the House of Commons, has died at the age of 76.

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The surprise package of the tournament. If his line-out work had been better, he would have been THE man of the show.

Wales lock Luke Charteris to leave Newport Gwent Dragons

Wales lock Luke Charteris is to leave the Newport Gwent Dragons at the end of the season, the Welsh region have announced.

Little Dragon, Shepherd's Bush Empire

Take a bow, Damon Albarn. He's not actually on stage, but he may well be the reason a good portion of the crowd has turned up.

Matterson looks to seal play-off berth for Cas

Finishing in Super League's top eight might not sound like cause for dancing in the street, but for many clubs that is what defines the difference between an acceptable season and a disappointing one.

After the End, Pleasance Courtyard

Dennis Kelly's tense two-hander begins in an underground nuclear shelter. Tony McGeever and Helen Darbyshire play colleagues, Mark and Louise; they'd been at her leaving drinks when a terror attack struck. Being a paranoid sort of guy, Mark's got a bunker in his backyard which he happens to keep all stocked-up with supplies. He's taken Louise there, apparently saving her life.

Business Diary: Lloyds buries the bad news

Taxpayers hoping one day to get their money back from Lloyds Banking Group will be pleased to see it doesn't miss a trick. What better day than yesterday to announce 1,300 job losses? After all, the bank knew people would be focused on the riots. Just to make sure it was slipping the announcement under the radar, it was headlined "Lloyds Banking Group announces organisational changes" – the words "jobs" and "losses" were nowhere to be seen. With nous like this, it can be only a matter of time before the black-horse bank pays us all back.

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