DVD: Skyline, For retail & rental, (Momentum)

An alien invasion is witnessed by a few friends in an LA penthouse.

The Digital Digest: 14/03/2011

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Matthew Norman: Jamie chooses an unlikely role model for his pupils

Should you have missed the Channel 4 trailers, be warned that Jamie Oliver's philanthropic menu will be extended on Wednesday night to include education.

Trailer: The Fighter

Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale star in a look at the early years of boxer Micky Ward.

Sick and tired of television's trailer trash

Programme-makers are ruining their shows with lengthy spoilers that give far too much away, says Fiona Sturges

Cultural Life: Miranda Raison, actress

Theatre: I went to see my friend Hannah Stokely in 'After the Dance' at the National. It is a seldom-done Terence Rattigan play that I had never heard of, let alone seen before, and it is an absolutely sublime production. Han and I were at drama school together and were laughing about what a relief it is when a friend's show is good and you don't have to rehearse a believable compliment on the way up to the dressing room.

Digital Digest: 19/07/2010

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Is it possible for a US television station to be right-wing <u>and</u> funny?

That is the aim of a new entertainment channel that, with the help of 'Frasier' star Kelsey Grammer, is taking on the liberals

Trailer for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World goes viral

He has given us zombies shambling through the streets of north London and incompetent cops living out their action-movie fantasies on Somerset lanes. Now Shaun of the Dead director Edgar Wright plans to introduce us to the universe's most evil ex-boyfriends in the much-anticipated summer comedy, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.

Exclusive trailer: The Concert

Thirty years ago, Andrei Simoniovich Filipov, the renowned conductor of the Bolshoi orchestra, was fired for hiring Jewish musicians. Now a mere cleaning man at the Bolshoi, he learns by accident that the Châtelet Theater in Paris invites the Bolshoi orchestra to play there.



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Album: Drive-By Truckers, The Big To Do (PIAS)

Since 2008's magnificent Brighter Than Creation's Dark, Drive-By Truckers have released both a live album and a catch-up compilation of B-sides and outtakes, and continued their occasional alliances with soul legends by playing Booker T's back-up band on his Grammy-winning Potato Hole album. In other words, all the kinds of diversionary tactics usually practiced by bands short of new material.

Experiment allows scientists to 'read' volunteers' thoughts

Neuroimaging technique gives a new insight into the location and nature of human memory.

Midlake, Wilton's Music Hall, London

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