Arts and Entertainment Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan in 'Kill Your Darlings'

Beyond the Hogwarts-style specs which he wears, Ginsberg has nothing in common with Harry Potter

Theatre: Too little insurrection

Theatre: JULIUS CAESAR, SHAKESPEARE'S GLOBE, LONDON

Theatre: An excellent criminal record

On the Fringe

Tuesday's offer

Tuesday's offer...

The England we lost, thank God

We no longer want to indulge in the world of nostalgia that 'Brideshead Revisited' represents, argues Suzi Feay

Art & Life; 7 Sir John Gielgud on Dame Ellen Terry (1847-1928)

Postcard Biographies From The National Portrait Gallery

Powells apart

Anthony Powell's novel sequence `A Dance to the Music of Time' fills 12 volumes and spans over half a century of British history. Channel 4 has reduced it to 480 minutes of prime-time television. DJ Taylor spells out what viewers will be missing

Arts: Bohemians revisited

Huge, melancholy, unfilmable: that's Anthony Powell's 'A Dance to the Music of Time'. Only, it starts on the box this week. David Runciman reports

Obituary: Bill Shine

What set Bill Shine apart from most character actors was a readiness to have a go at anything which did not compromise his genial gusto.

Sir Johns stop the traffic as they honour legendary dame of English theatre

Sir John Mills watches as Sir John Gielgud unveils a plaque at the former home of Dame Edith Evans, writes David Lister.

Obituary: Scott Forbes

Scott Forbes was a complex and very private Englishman who rocketed to fame in the surprising role of a cowboy called Jim Bowie, on a popular American television series, The Adventures of Jim Bowie, in the late 1950s.

Top 10 Grossers; Critics Choice

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Lucasta Miller enjoys a sentimental education; Zoe Trope by Amanda Prantera, Bloomsbury, pounds 14.99

Film: As happy as a hand grenade

To his cult following, Martin Donovan is a bumbling, kooky psychotic. Can his two new films deliver him to a wider audience? By Ryan Gilbey

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