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The Daily: August 15
Surprising friends: the 500-pound lion and the dachsund Bonedigger, the 500-pound lion, has an unusual best friend, Milo, an 11 pound dachsund. The pair have been friends since Bonedigger was a cub, when Milo and two other dachsunds sensed his...
Book Reviews: 15 August
OUT NOW DEAR DAUGHTER by Elizabeth Little (Harvill Secker, £12.99; offer price, £11.69) Narrator Janie Jenkins is a Paris Hilton with smarts. Sharp-tongued, bright and twisted, she has just been released from prison after serving 10 years for...
Book Reviews: 8 August
OUT NOW A BAD CHARACTER by Deepti Kapoor (Jonathan Cape, £14.99; offer price, £13.49) The turn of the millennium in Delhi provides the perfect setting for this fractured, fragmented and beautiful first novel. Suddenly propelled into boom times, the...
The Daily: August 6
Ben Whishaw takes on the role of Paddington Bear Many of you will know Ben Whishaw as the notorious spy from James Bond, but now he has put down his weapon and decided to pick up a jar of marmalade; that's right, he has adapted the role of Paddington...
Book Reviews: 18 July
OUT NOW THE GIRL WITH THE WIDOW’S PEAK: The Memoirs by Lady Ursula d’Abo (d’Abo Publications, £12.50; offer price, £11.25) At only 192 pages, this elegant little hardback is a memoir of the best kind. Lady Ursula paints a vivid portrait of a privileged...
Radio Review: 30 May
In the normal run of things, a journalist challenging a politician shouldn’t be a remarkable event. In terms of news values, it’s very much dog bites man. However, I’ve got so used to people who should know better and try harder indulging in chummy...
Student protests, anti-capitalist demonstrations and a yearning to comprehend, if not reinvent, post-war society were common preoccupations throughout 1960s Europe. Nowhere was this more evident than in West Germany, where a young generation struggled...
The Daily: April 23
Gentlemanly Commandments Country Life Magazine has redefined the notion of Gentlemanliness for the modern day ahead of its new Gentleman of the Year Award. Mark Hedges, Editor of the magazine, claims that "being a gentleman is Britain's greatest export...
The Daily: 15 April
Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch takes Pulitzer Prize for fiction Donna Tartt has won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction with her third novel, The Goldfinch. Tartt was awarded the prize after beating two other nominees, The Son by Philip Meyer and The Woman Who...
The Daily: April 11
Julie Walters to receive Bafta Fellowship National treasure Julie Walters is set to receive the Bafta Fellowship, the highest honour the British Academy of Film and Television Arts can grant. This is in recognition of her contribution to film and TV....
The Daily: March 21
Kate Bush announces 15 concert dates in London Kate Bush has announced that she will play a series of concerts in the UK later this year. The announcement was made via her official website which said she will play 15 shows at London's Hammersmith...
The Daily: March 20
Supermarket giant Tesco uses wrong breed of cow in milk adverts Supermarket giant Tesco has been forced to take down a national advertising campaign after it used the wrong breed of cow in one of its adverts for milk. The poster was designed in order...
The Daily: March 14
Tony Benn dies aged 88 Former Labour politician and cabinet minister Tony Benn has died at his home after being seriously ill, family has said. The 88-year-old became an MP in November 1950 and severed in the cabinet under Harold Wilson and James...
Behind the scenes at Downton Abbey
When you think of Downton Abbey, which returns for a Christmas special and will soon start filming its sixth series, chances are you picture the resplendent Highclere Castle. Five years ago, this property was selected from dozens around the country to...
Book Reviews: 28 February
OUT NOW LOVE LETTERS: 2000 YEARS OF ROMANCE, edited by Andrea Clarke (The British Library, £12.95; offer price, £11.65) A handwritten love letter is a rare luxury today. Drawing on The British Library’s archives, Clarke’s selection ranges from...
Book Reviews: 14 February
OUT NOW THE LIBRARY OF UNREQUITED LOVE by Sophie Divry, translated by Siân Reynolds (MacLehose Press, £6.99; offer price, £6.64) A buttoned-up French librarian turns up to work one morning to find a reader asleep in the basement, having been...
Book Reviews: 31 January
OUT NOW FLAPPERS by Pamela Horn (Amberley, £9.99; offer price, £12.34) Last year’s release of a new Great Gatsby film adaptation, coupled with the success of Downton Abbey on the small screen, has seen a rise in popularity for all things 1920s. But...
The Duchess Of Malfi
Regular readers will know that Shakespeare’s outdoor Globe Theatre, lashed by the elements on London’s South Bank, is not my favourite venue. I love the building but not the backache the benches invariably prompt. I don’t mind the deafening helicopters...
The Musketeers
Lowbrow, hokum, trash: don’t get me wrong, these are heartfelt terms of praise. It’s all very well knocking mindless entertainment but where would we be without it on Sunday nights? So we should welcome the latest revival of The Musketeers (Sunday, BBC...
Lessons from the brave ladies of Bletchley
Rachael Stirling is certainly no shrinking violet. On screen, the star of lesbian BBC drama Tipping The Velvet is positively luminous and in person her joie de vivre is tangible. When we met at the launch of the second series of ITV drama The Bletchley...

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