Tara Fitzgerald

'There were a lot of dead birds,' says Tara Fitzgerald, who plays a mysterious antiques dealer called Sylvia in the six-part BBC drama. 'They were in people's gardens, a lot more than normal.'

Rory Graham, aka Rag'n'Bone Man, is the sort of singer Brits voters love - highly successful, selling actual albums, and somewhat indebted to them

The opening of Guillermo del Toro's The Shape Of Water is every bit as beautiful as you would expect from the film leading the race to next month's Oscars with 13 nominations.

'I am very definitely the poshest man ever to have hosted the Brits,' says Jack Whitehall as he chews on a dreary-looking ham and cheese baguette

Terence Rattigan's play - a huge hit in 1946 - is set just before the WWI and tells the story of Ronnie Winslow, a 14-year-old cadet who is expelled from naval college for allegedly stealing a postal order.

Who'd have thought it: English National Opera putting on an English piece, with an entirely British cast? ENO needs bankable, revivable productions

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Laura Freeman's descriptive powers are so strong that she makes the anorexic mindset vivid to those of us who have, up to now, found it unfathomable

Art reviews

Anthony Fry, who died in 2016, was a painter much cherished by collectors and a smallish but enthusiastic public.

Whispering Bob and the Whistle Test return to our screens for a nostalgic three-hour special commemorating 30 years since coming off air