‘Pope Joan’ play review

“Feminism always gets associated with being a radical movement – good. It should be.” So said Canadian actress Ellen Page in a recent Guardian interview, and now another spiky actress, Sherlock’s Louise Brealey, throws her fist in the air with her first play, Pope Joan.

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Neil Gaiman’s ‘Neverwhere’ radio adaptation audiobook review

Neverwhere began life as a six-part BBC Two series in 1996. Sadly, a limited budget restrained its potential and it was in prose that the story truly came alive. Neil Gaiman, then known primarily for his comic work, is now a world-renowned author whose work straddles the worlds of prose, film and television. Neverwhere has never gone away though, with a comic version, stage adaptations and attempts at a movie in the intervening years.

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Benedict Cumberbatch trivia infographic

To celebrate the release of Star Trek Into Darkness on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, DVD and VOD this week, find out some fascinating facts about Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays the movie’s villain…

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