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    Grand Piano – DVD review

    Directed by Eugenio Mira, 2013 Icon Elijah Wood’s stage-fright suffering classical pianist returns to the concert hall onlyPaul Gould

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    Hide Your Smiling Faces – DVD review

    Directed by Daniel Patrick Carbone, 2013 Matchbox Films The American backwater boys drama is fast becoming the favouriteRaphael Abraham

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    ‘Afghanistan: The Lion’s Last Roar?’, BBC2

    Underprepared, under-resourced, with no clear achievable objective, “a story of folly” that has, according to one CIA man,Martin Hoyle

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    Withnail & I – DVD review

    Directed by Bruce Robinson, 1987 Arrow Films Clean up Withnail? The very idea might sound sacrilegious. Have the pickledRaphael Abraham

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    ‘The Copyright Wars: Three Centuries of Transatlantic Battle’, by Peter Baldwin

    When the Stop Online Piracy Act was voted down in the US Congress two years ago following a protest movement encouraged byReview by John Gapper

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    ‘Hand to Mouth’, by Linda Tirado

    Hand to Mouth started life as a short essay in response to a question posed online: “Why do poor people do things that seemReview by Alexander Gilmour

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    ‘An English Ghost Story’, by Kim Newman

    The Naremores, a nuclear family in meltdown, abandon London for an idyllic rural retreat called the Hollow, which seems toReview by James Lovegrove

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    ‘The Book of Gold Leaves’, by Mirza Waheed

    Mirza Waheed is the author of two novels set in Kashmir, the hauntingly beautiful land where he grew up. Both books take asReview by Alice Albinia

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    ‘A Vision of Fire’, by Gillian Anderson

    Yes, that Gillian Anderson, the acclaimed actress who achieved fame in The X-Files. A Vision Of Fire, the first of aReview by James Lovegrove

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    Q&A with author Daniel Kehlmann

    Daniel Kehlmann was born in Munich in 1975, moving to his father’s home city of Vienna at the age of six. He completed his

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