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The Guardian - UK
The Guardian - UK

For the record

A falling share price caused almost $200bn, rather than $200m, to be wiped from the value of Apple over the course of a week (China troubles could upset Apple’s cart as it prepares to launch the latest iPhone, 10 September, p49).

Russell T Davies is an executive producer on the post-Windrush drama Three Little Birds, not a co-writer as we said; and the series Boiling Point is set in a restaurant in London, not Manchester (New season drama to fall in love with, 3 September, New Review, p12).

The former Tory MP Rory Stewart’s book The Places in Between was not about his 6,000-mile solo walk across Asia, as an article said, but instead about his journey through Afghanistan as part of that walk (Insider portrait of a nation in decline, 3 September, New Review, p43).

The title of the new album by Margo Cilker is Valley of Heart’s Delight, not Valley of Heart’s Desire (Albums, 10 September, New Review, p37).

• Other recently amended articles include:

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Bernadette Peters: ‘Sondheim’s music is about the big, important things’

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• Write to the Readers’ Editor, the Observer, York Way, London N1 9GU, email, tel 020 3353 4736

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