Les Miserables song One Day More is our favourite stage hit

Theatres may not be alive with the sound of music but the nation hasn't forgotten its love of the stage, choosingOne Day More from Les Miserables as its favourite hit from a musical.
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Is talking to my baby in a sing-song voice the best way to speak to her?
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From Beethoven’s Ninth to Theme from Shaft: the best exercise anthems
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I’ve been agoraphobic – what I learned may help those with post-lockdown anxiety | Rhiannon Lucy Coslett
When home feels like a place of safety, ‘re-entry’ syndrome makes sense. But there are ways to gradually return to societyWe have been trying to get the cat to go outside. You can tell a part of her wants to; she’s curious, certainly, but her fight-or-flight wins out. If you try to let her out of the building’s main entrance, she bolts back upstairs and sits in front of the door to the flat until she is let inside again. She feels safe in her home territory.Perhaps being a lockdown kitten has affected her. Her behaviour reminds me of when I was agoraphobic. I desperately wanted a normal life, of going into the office on public transport, seeing friends, eating in restaurants, travelling. But any time I wanted to do these things my threat response was triggered; I became terrified, like a frightened animal. I believed that bad things happened when you left the house, and I had reason to believe that. I had been attacked, and then, several years after being successfully treated for PTSD, the Paris attacks set it off again: but this time it was full-blown agoraphobia. Home became safety to me. Continue reading...
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Cranston Academy: Monster Zone review – colourful if derivative Hogwartsian animation
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Undreamed Shores by Frances Larson review – the heroines of British anthropology
Adventures in Siberia, in the Nile Valley and on Easter Island ... but these female pioneers faced prejudice and tragedy at homeWhen Maria Czaplicka first encountered the indigenous hunters and herders of northern Siberia it wasn’t clear who was doing anthropology on whom. The Oxford-based scholar had spent much of 1914 sledging over the Arctic steppes to reach the Evenks in order to ask them about their kinship structures, marriage customs and the right way to eat a reindeer. They in turn wanted to know which tundra she had come from and how she made a living without any fox skins to trade. And why did such a young person have such old hair (her blondness struck them as the grey of middle age), and then, the question that women still get: where were her children? The queries that hurtled back and forth were fearless but fertile and produced the rich data that Czaplicka marshalled so brilliantly in My Siberian Year (1916), the hit book that she published on her return to Britain.It sounds as though Czaplicka was poised for success, if not celebrity. And yet, as Frances Larson explains in this enthralling group biography, the first generation of professional female anthropologists faced far more prejudice back home than they ever did out in the field. Funding, career progression, access to academic publishing (My Siberian Year was actually brought out by Mills & Boon) all remained tantalisingly out of reach. While it’s true that in 1916 Czaplicka was appointed Oxford’s first female lecturer in anthropology, it was made clear that she was to keep the post warm until the right man came home from the war. Obliged to move to Bristol University , the final straw came in 1921 when the Polish-born scholar failed to win a fellowship that would have allowed her to return to Siberia. Exhausted after years of begging and scraping together money for her field work, the 36-year-old downed five fatal pills of mercuric chloride. Continue reading...
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Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi: They’re Calling Me Home review | Jude Rogers's folk album of the month
(Nonesuch)From lockdown in Ireland, Giddens and Turrisi range across folk traditions on exceptional covers and originalsRhiannon Giddens’ new album with Francesco Turrisi, her partner in life as well as music, explores two subjects that occupied them (and, frankly, the rest of us) over the last tumultuous year. One is often comforting: home. The other is usually the opposite: death. But for this American and Italian, locked-down in their adopted Ireland, they found that exploring these subjects through songs from the perspective of their respective upbringings was uplifting. “Every culture has these songs that are laments,” said Giddens. “Those feelings that you have … you experience them through the song and at the end, you’re a little bit lighter.” Continue reading...
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Woman admits she's bitter that a friend bought a two-bedroom house with help from parents
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Carragher picks three areas Liverpool must strengthen as 'problem' identified
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John Cleese issues mock apology for Monty Python after Hank Azaria apologises for voicing Apu in The Simpsons
Cleese called out Hank Azaria's apology for voicing Indian character Apu.
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Polls support Bavarian governor to run for German chancellor
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Paul Pogba slams former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho
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Boy, 13, filmed with hands raised before being shot and killed by police
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