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Past articles by vfe.090916.Chris:

John Legend, Somerset House, review: US soul superstar brings the heat to London

After a two-year delay, Legend was as delighted as the crowd to be in London - though his smoothness could benefit from some rougher edges → Read More

The best television to watch in the UK this spring

BBC's Pursuit of Love, plus cross-species friendship in Janis and Lucy → Read More

How Daft Punk made dance music human

The electronic duo famously embraced technology. Yet their best work is able to arouse incredible emotion → Read More

The best television in the UK this March 2021

ZeroZeroZero, Sky Atlantic and Now TV, February Italian writer Roberto Saviano’s first book, Gomorrah—detailing the world of the Neapolitan mafia—became a film and television series, but also led to Saviano requiring police protection. He published ZeroZeroZero, a novel about the cocaine business and the role of drug money in international finance, seven years later, in 2013. This eight-part… → Read More

Lovers Rock: remembering when reggae went romantic

Steve McQueen's latest Small Axe film draws on a very brief but very brilliant moment in British music history → Read More

The best television in December 2020—BBC’s Black Narcissus and Netflix’s Bridgerton

Plus meet Lin-Manuel Miranda's politicking father in Siempre, Luis → Read More

Lockdown listening: the 25 greatest B-sides of all time

Those who were born in the years after vinyl records were replaced by CDs may never appreciate the joy of B-sides. → Read More

Highlighters out: this is the TV to watch over Christmas and the New Year

From Dracula to duffel coats, these are the programmes to set a reminder for—or circle in the TV guide—now → Read More

The best TV in December 2019—Imagining with Lenny Henry and Whistleblower

Truth Be Told, Apple TV+, 6th December The first offerings from Apple’s new streaming service tended towards the starry, expensively produced and high-concept, helping it to make a splash. But the second wave may turn out to be more compelling. In Truth Be Told, for instance, a prisoner convicted of murder has been stewing inside for 18 years, 10 months and 24 days, when the woman who helped put… → Read More

Ólafur Arnalds presents OPIA, Southbank Centre, review

Mini festival produces strange delights – and a tree for all. Music review by Chris Harvey → Read More

The Irishman: how true is the ‘true story’ behind Scorsese’s best film in decades?

Is Martin Scorsese’s epic film about a mafia hitman based on truth or ‘baloney’? → Read More

Gary Numan interview: 'I left the UK after a midlife crisis'

Gary Numan had just turned 21 when he released the album Replicas with Tubeway Army 40 years ago. → Read More

Gary Numan interview: ‘I left the UK after a midlife crisis’

Gary Numan had just turned 21 when he released the album Replicas with Tubeway Army 40 years ago. → Read More

David Jason interview: ‘Sitcoms were better in the days of Only Fools and Horses’

David Jason talks to Chris Harvey about fame, censorship and being spurned by Monty Python → Read More

A Confession: how Christopher Halliwell almost got away with murdering Sian O’Callaghan

A true-life drama concludes today about the murder of a young woman asks whether our system favours suspect over victim → Read More

Sienna Miller interview: I called Harvey Weinstein 'pops'

As Sienna Miller stars as the mother of a missing girl, she tells Chris Harvey how she seized control of her career → Read More

She Said by Jodi Kantor 
and Megan Twohey review: the inside story of the Weinstein investigation is a gripping read

Very few journalists can claim to have changed the world, but at 2. → Read More

Catherine the Great, Criminal Justice and the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin—top television programmes for October

Helen Mirren turns 18th-century Russian empress in a new HBO series → Read More

Harvey Weinstein's accusers on the story behind the scandal: ‘Power protected both him and Epstein’

As BBC Two airs a major documentary on Harvey Weinstein, its contributors and director put the scandal in context → Read More

Stevie Wonder, Hyde Park, review: is it time for the Motown virtuoso to retire?

"I’m going to do three more shows," said Stevie Wonder, “then I’m going to take a break. → Read More