BBC Culture

BBC Culture

@BBC_Culture

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A global view of film, fashion, art, music, books, design and more from the BBC.

Joined on February 22, 2013
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @BBC_Culture and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
6 hours
Average replies
0
Average retweets
6
Average likes
12
Tweets with photos
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Tweets with videos
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Tweets with links
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

127. globally and in category Magazines & Journals

530. globally and in category Media

#WandaVision is “the strangest and most interesting project to come out of the MCU in years.” https://t.co/CgeR6ie8gu

Official portraits of US first ladies reveal the ever-changing nature of their role, and the personalities of the women themselves. https://t.co/dzKGpfThDz

The official portraits of US first ladies can teach us a lot about how their role has evolved throughout history. https://t.co/dzKGpfThDz

Born 100 years ago, Patricia Highsmith's story of a social-climbing con-man is more pertinent than ever. https://t.co/5wkeYUTu4l

Official portraits of US first ladies reveal the ever-changing nature of their role, and the personalities of the women themselves. https://t.co/dzKGpfThDz

Wes Anderson fans have captured the director’s unmistakeable look in the far corners of the world. https://t.co/D5PtqTp8cE

One-man-and-his-dog stories aren’t just trusty favourites in cinema; a canine companion has been central to myth and literature throughout the centuries. https://t.co/cGCgsuGLJq

Throughout cinematic history, men have been made vulnerable by a trusty canine companion. https://t.co/cGCgsuGLJq

“It started as something American. We felt very distant. It literally felt like it got closer and closer and closer, until it was on your doorstep, until it was taking away people you loved,” says Russell T Davies. https://t.co/iWeKTreGeN

One-man-and-his-dog stories aren’t just trusty favourites in cinema; a canine companion has been central to myth and literature throughout the centuries. https://t.co/cGCgsuYn80

“No other modern filmmaker has examined alienation, depression, obsession, and the dark side of intelligence like he has.” https://t.co/YedHdfDPxt

"The dividing line between quality and camp is perilously thin in the biopic," @trim_obey tells @NicholasLBarber. https://t.co/agWE4DicyG

Artworks throughout history are providing clues about how humanity’s relationship with nature has changed. https://t.co/IWnBJmmduk

"Creative thinking is like any other skill in life. The more you practise, the better you become." https://t.co/xxBMTa544q

David Bowie’s evolving style was just as much of a definitive statement as his music, creating a loose template for what would be expected of future celebrities. https://t.co/VSVWJ9CNRm

These are 2021’s most exciting planned releases. https://t.co/T9yetD3GNa

When biopics go well, they fill cinemas and win awards.. But when they go badly, a biopic can be terrible in its own special, excruciating way. https://t.co/agWE4DzNqe

Gardening can be an antidote to the fast and furious digital life. https://t.co/1SS77NZtDW

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