An Education, London Film Festival

London swings back into shot

Pandora: Conway cheers on civil ceremony reform

Should Gordon Brown find himself feeling a little short of friends, he could do worse that call up Sloane Square's uber-socialite, Henry Conway.

Travel Agenda: Wedgwood food festival; Peninsula hotel opens; Galle Film Festival

Today To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Wedgwood, the pottery in Stoke-on-Trent is hosting a food festival. Over the weekend, there will be 30 marquees full of the Heart of England's finest produce, plus a cookery theatre with Sophie Grigson ( wedgwoodvisitorcentre.com).

Dying to make us happy: The bloody truth behind the dolphinarium

Ever since 'Flipper' died in his arms, Richard O'Barry has been on a mission to stop the killing and capture of dolphins. This month, as Andrew Johnson reports, that ambition moves one step closer – when the annual slaughter in Taiji, Japan, is exposed to the world in a new film

BFI London Film Festival: The capital projects a sharper festival

The capital's celebration of cinema has had a troubled history. But, aided by a cash injection, it is at last shedding its B-movie status, says Kaleem Aftab

All these vampires on the box could suck the genre dry

A new rash of dramas about the undead might have even less staying power than Dracula at dawn

US tipped off by film festival website

In the end, Google succeeded where three decades of detective work and diplomatic endeavour failed, and LA's District Attorney's Office was finally able to nab the self-confessed child sex offender who'd been cocking a snook at them for so long.

Travel Agenda: Open House London; International Film Festival; Singapore Airlines

Today: Take a peek behind ordinarily closed doors around London. As part of Open House London, over 700 buildings – from homes and hotels to Hindu temples – will allow visitors a rare opportunity to visit off-limits areas this weekend. The free event also includes talks and walks ( openhouse.org.uk ).

Venice Film Festival, Venice

Where else could you see Jane Birkin walk a tightrope?

Venice Film Festival - More highs than lows on the Lido

With politics, pilgrimages and Pixar on the menu, not to mention a gondola fleet of glamorous stars, this year's Venice Film Festival has been a return to form. About time too, says Geoffrey Macnab

The Men Who Stare at Goats, Venice Film Festival

Psychic soldiers lose the plot

The Informant!, Venice Film Festival

Confused tale of corporate crime

First Night, Capitalism: A Love Story, Venice Film Festival

One from the heart, with humour amid the hectoring

First Night: Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, Venice Film Festival

A chaotic clash of art-house sensibilities and cop movie clichés

Baaria, Venice Film Festival

A poor relation to Paradiso
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Greece debt crisis: EU 'family' needs to forgive rather than punish an impoverished state

EU 'family' needs to forgive rather than punish an impoverished state

An outbreak of malaria in Greece four years ago helps us understand the crisis, says Robert Fisk
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alt-j: A private jet, a Mercury Prize and Latitude headliners

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Craig Mclean meets alt-j - the math-folk act who are flying high
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Drizzle it over salad, enjoy it with ciabatta, marinate vegetables, or use it to add depth to a sauce - this versatile staple is a cook's best friend
Wimbledon 2015: Brief glimpses of the old Venus but Williams sisters' epic wars belong to history

Brief glimpses of the old Venus but Williams sisters' epic wars belong to history

Serena dispatched her elder sister 6-4, 6-3 in eight minutes more than an hour
Greece says 'No': A night of huge celebrations in Athens as voters decisively back Tsipras and his anti-austerity stance in historic referendum

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Greeks say 'No' to austerity and plunge Europe into crisis
Ten years after the 7/7 terror attacks, is Britain an altered state?

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Ten years after the terror attacks, is Britain an altered state?
Beautiful evening dresses are some of the loveliest Donatella has created

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No hope and no jobs, so Gaza's young risk their lives, climb the fence and run for it

No hope and no jobs in Gaza

So the young risk their lives and run for it
Fashion apps: Retailers roll together shopping and social networking for mobile customers

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The Greek referendum exposes a gaping hole at the heart of the European Union – its distinct lack of any genuine popular legitimacy

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Treatment of Greece has shown up a lack of genuine legitimacy