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Antony and the Johnsons, Barbican, London

There's a fantastic image on the front cover of Antony and the Johnson's new EP of the great Japanese butoh dancer Kazuo Ohno. His face is caked in thick white stage paint; his fingers snap out of shape, almost audibly, and his eyes fix themselves on some chimerical vision just out of shot. As a caught moment of butoh's dance of darkness, it's an arresting image; as a frontispiece to Another World, five songs of crippled beauty and uneasy, otherworldly landscapes, it's a masterstroke.

Days Like Those: 'Surely I would remember having an interview? Media Studies teacher is a responsible, proper job'

It was my friend Gill, who has a son in the same school as Louis, who pointed out that, according to this year's Parent Handbook, I am the new Media Studies teacher. "You dark horse," she said, and I asked what on earth she was talking about. "Look under the list of teachers," she said. And there I was. Or there I seemed to be, albeit with the addition of an extra L to my name: "Rebecca Tyrrell," it said, "Media Studies".

Miuccia Prada: All about Miu

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Prada stands out by turning to elegance, lace and minimalism

It didn’t come as a surprise that last night’s Prada show was the stand-out collection of Milan Fashion Week so far, or that it was a radical departure from last season.

Pope needs makeover, says Franco Zeffirelli

Franco Zeffirelli would like to make over what he called Pope Benedict XVI's "cold" image and his "showy" clothes, an Italian newspaper reported yesterday.

Inside Prada's eclectic winter collection

If Miuccia Prada's winter collection is hard to pigeonhole, that's the idea, the designer tells Susannah Frankel

Lose yourself in Prada's purple haze

Prada's latest perfume, Infusion d'Iris, is a heady, unorthodox scent built around the most precious ingredient on earth. Susannah Frankel meets its maker

Honda Civic Hybrid 1.4 IMA ES CVT

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BoE awarded £73m costs in BCCI 'farce'

The Bank of England was awarded costs of £73.6m yesterday from Deloitte, the liquidator of the collapsed Bank of Credit and Commerce International.

Aegis resists demands for board seats from raider Bolloré

The tension between the media group Aegis and its biggest shareholder, the French corporate raider Vincent Bolloré, increased yesterday when the company came out strongly against his proposed changes to the board.

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