One more thing…

The Observer Magazine - - Up Front -

If you’re lost on your nightly stroll through Net­flix, please click on the se­ries In­side No 9 and watch the episode

The 12 Days of Chris­tine star­ring Sheri­dan Smith, to share the most haunt­ing, beau­ti­ful and mov­ing half hour I’ve spent in years. It’s about the small­ness of life, a ghost story where our mem­o­ries are the ghosts.

Some thrilling burns from fash­ion crit­ics see­ing

Hedi Sli­mane ’s first col­lec­tion for Ce­line, a la­bel pre­vi­ously beloved for its grown-up clothes for work­ing women. InStyle: ‘The mi­nis couldn’t have been shorter had they been de­signed by a gy­nae­col­o­gist.’ Time: ‘Fuck power-hun­gry white men.’

The beauty of Jonathan Coe’s new novel, Mid­dle Eng­land, is the way it tracks the seem­ingly un­con­nected mo­ments that brought Bri­tain to its knees – and with dev­as­tat­ing del­i­cacy, too. It be­gins in 2010, with Gor­don Brown call­ing a Labour sup­porter a ‘bigot’.

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