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Album review: Sparks, Two Hands One Mouth: Live in Europe (Lil

Extraordinarily, in a career 22 albums long, this is the first live recording that Sparks have released – and it's typical of their quixotic charm that, despite being famous for the ambitious complexity of their arrangements, it should feature pared-down settings of one voice accompanied by just one keyboard.

Sister act part three

Her siblings have done more than enough for the family profile, but Elizabeth Olsen might just eclipse them both. By Gill Pringle

Sister act part three: Is Elizabeth Olsen about to eclipse both of her

The elephant lurking in the Los Angeles hotel room where Elizabeth Olsen holds court refuses to budge until the question is asked. Patiently discussing her burgeoning acting career, she looks relieved, if not faintly exasperated, when finally asked what role her far-more-famous twin sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley, have played in her life thus far.

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One Minute With: Sophie Hannah, novelist

At home in Cambridge. I can see scaffolding outside every window, covered with plastic sheeting and stonemasons. We bought this house last year and it needed lots of work.

DVD: The Box (12)

A scarred stranger shows up on the doorstep of suburban couple Norma and Arthur Lewis and offers them a beguiling choice.