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Articles By Markie Robson-Scott

Mad To Be Normal, review - 'David Tennant is electric as RD Laing'

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Sunday Book: George Saunders - Lincoln in the Bardo

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Sunday Book: Ruth Franklin - Shirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life

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Chi-Raq

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NW, BBC Two

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The First Monday in May

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Barenaked Ladies, Roundhouse

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Absolutely Fashion: Inside British Vogue, BBC Two

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The Blue Room

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