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Book Reviews: 15 March
OUT NOW A MONTH BY THE SEA: ENCOUNTERS IN GAZA by Dervla Murphy (Eland Publishing, £16.99) Between November 2008 and December 2010, the intrepid travel writer Dervla Murphy, then in her 70s, spent eight months in Israel and the West Bank. ‘During...
The Daily: March 12
Leonardo Da Vinci - The Pioneer When someone mentions, Leonardo Da Vinci, you would most likely recall his famous LeVitruvian Man drawing. Praised as one of the most leading and admired artists of the Renaissance, it seems that his anatomical drawings...
The Daily: February 12
Aged painting of Elizabeth I A portrait of Elizabeth I has recently been unveiled, which was painted in the late sixteenth century by an eminent artist of the Tudor court. However, the rendering is unusually realistic portraying the monarch's aged...
Lustrous beauty
Camellia japonica is allowed a brief entry in Christopher Lloyd’s wonderfully opinionated book Foliage Plants (for which the criterion for inclusion is that the leaves must be ornamental), because it has, he wrote, in many of its cultivars, ‘a good...
Parsnips and other triumphs
I tentatively dug up a parsnip, more as a forensic exercise than in the expectation of finding anything to eat. I pushed the spade down a spit, which seemed more than adequate in a season of multiple disappointments, and levered it downwards. To my...
The Daily: December 14
Margate, UK, named in top 10 world destinations Brits have been holidaying in Margate for at least 250 years, and now the rest of the world might start to take notice. Margate has been given seventh place on the Rough Guide Travel Hot List for 2013....
The Daily: December 12
Policeman stops children's nativity to move parents' cars. PC Paul Baker stopped pre-schoolers at a Surrey school from performing their nativity because some of their parents' cars were blocking pavements and parking spaces at a doctor's surgery. He...
The Daily: December 7
Turtle Doves on the Decrease With just 14,000 turtle doves left in Britain, the last five years have seen their numbers plummet by up to two thirds. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has said that the population is 'balancing on a knife...
The Daily: November 27
BBC Sports Personality of the Year Announced The shortlist has been announced and our Olympics leviathans will be battling it out later this year to be crowned BBC Sports Personality of the Year. 2012 has proved a golden year for British sport and the...
The Daily: November 26
Olympic Opening Ceremony Wins Award Danny Boyle's Olympic Opening ceremony has been honoured by the Evening Standard. Boyle received the 'Beyond Theatre' award, presented by Victoria Pendleton and can add the award to his already impressive resume...
The Daily: November 2
Teacher saves life of teenager who died for 7 minutes after collapsing in college A teenager who collapsed after running up the stairs at college to get to a hospital appointment died for seven minutes, but was miraculously brought back to life by his...
HOME REMEDY: Rose hips
I enjoyed seeing rose hips being collected on the programme Wartime Farm, with one man saying that as children they were paid to gather them during the war for their high vitamin C content. Not only are they full of vitamin C, but research has shown...
Book Reviews: 14 September
OUT NOW THE HEART BROKE IN by James Meek (Canongate, £17.99) The Heart Broke In, described on its cover as an old-fashioned story of modern times is, like James Meek's first novel, expertly written and researched. 'Be sure your sins will find you out'...
The Daily: 10 September
Paralympic Closing Ceremony and "Our Greatest Team" Parade The Paralympic Closing Ceremony last night saw Coldplay, Rihanna & Jay-Z perform in a haze of LED's and fireworks in celebration our fantastic Paralympic Team GB. But the fun doesn't stop...
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'The funniest new play in the West End' Daily Telegraph- 5 stars A mother, a wife and fifty, Hilary once protested at Greenham Common. Now her protests tend to focus on persuading her teenage daughter to go out fully clothed. A frank and funny family...
YOUR HEALTH Dr James Le Fanu: 31 August
Dermatology is a most satisfying speciality as people are more than usually grateful to have their unsightly skin conditions sorted out. It does, apparently, have one major drawback. Dermatologists find it very difficult to be 'off duty' as they are...
The Daily: August 8
Excavation at fire site uncovers history A fire that broke out almost 10 years ago in Edinburgh has allowed archaeologists to uncover remains of 16th and 17th Century buildings.The fire swept through the Old Town in December 2002, blazing for 18 hours....
The Daily: August 6
Stolen Matisse Painting worth £2 million recovered There is delight for those in the art world as the stolen 1925 masterpiece by Matisse entitled ‘Odalisque in Red Pants’ has been recovered. It was uncovered by FBI agents in Florida, who posed as art...
The Daily: July 31
Hats off to London In celebration of the best of British millinery talent, famous landmark statues across central London have been adorned with special headwear adorned in honour of the new project Hatwalk, created by Philip Treacy and Stephen Jones....
The Daily: July 2
Who stole Strauss’ teeth? Police have begun a search for the thief who has stolen teeth from the grave of composer Johann Strauss. The hunt began after Austrian police discovered a video produced by the robber, which shows him opening the grave and...

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