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The Daily: December 5
Warning- Heart Melting Story "To John Lewis Cambridge I'm sorry I broke a Christmas bauble on Saturday. it cost two pounds here is the money for it. sorry again Faith (age 5)", this adorable handwritten letter arrived at John Lewis Christmas Department...
Radio Review: 15 November
Having flagged up some good comedy on BBC Radio Scotland a couple of weeks ago, let us now turn and face Wales (which I can just about see from my bedroom window on a clear day), where Here Be Dragons has just begun on the old Welsh Home Service,...
The Daily: November 5
Derbyshire Bonfire Night Banned Health and safety officials in Lower Hartshay, Derbyshire, have dismantled the Guy Fawkes bonfire ahead of celebrations this evening. They stated that the villagers had not applied for the official events licence and...
The Daily: October 24
The Royal Christening The gurgling third in line to the throne was carried by his father Prince William into the Chapel Royal at St James Palace yesterday to be christened. The ceremony was a quiet affair with 23 guests consisting of senior royals, the...
Book Reviews: 27 September
OUT NOW BONZO’S WAR by Clare Campbell (Corsair, £14.99; offer price, £12.99) Campbell’s chronological account of dogs during the Second World War reveals what happened to the nation’s pets between 1939 and 1945. Not for the fainthearted, with its...
The Daily: September 4
Nail varnish sales match lip stick sales for first time. For the first time the sales of nail polish rivals the sale of lipstick in the UK. Research by consumer analysts, Mintel, reveals that both had a market value of £229 million in 2012. This change...
Level-headed, selfconsciously modern and pragmatic urbanite Flora, with lashings of common sense and plans to resolve her country relatives’ problems, is normally regarded as the heroine of Stella Gibbons’s hilarious novel from 1932. However, some...
The Daily: August 23
The end of Downton? Downton Abbey aficionados avert your eyes: some truly worrying news is hot off the press. In a recent interview, Hugh Bonneville, who plays the Earl of Grantham, has urged Julian Fellowes to ‘quit while he is ahead’. Bonneville has...
The Daily: June 3
Prince William backs swimming campaign The Duke of Cambridge has supported calls for swimming to be accessible to all children in primary school. A video message was recorded to back the Amateur Swimming Association's (ASA) proposal that every child...
The Great Gatsby
The thing to remember is that this is a Baz Luhrmann movie and taken purely on those terms is very enjoyable. Whether it’s also an accurate and sensitive representation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel is another matter. I don’t think it is – not by a...
David Bowie: Five Years
I don’t think it’s hyperbole to describe David Bowie as the most significant, the most influential, solo artist of the pop music era. Sinatra, Presley, arguably even Madonna, are in the same league in terms of sales. The Beatles might have spanned as...
Book Reviews: 24 May
OUT NOW THIS BOY: A MEMOIR OF A CHILDHOOD by Alan Johnson (Bantam Press, £16.99; offer price, £12.99) Another parliamentary Johnson, but not one of those… This one, Alan, has held cabinet posts in the Brown and Blair governments and his upbringing...
Book Reviews: 17 May
OUT NOW BURNT ISLAND by Alice Thompson (Salt Publishing, £8.99; offer price, £8.54) Alice Thompson’s sixth novel tells the eerie story of an author who ends up on a strange island full of secrets. Having won a writing fellowship on Burnt Island, Max...
The Daily: May 1
New Ground for Downton New characters, new twists. Such is the promise of Downton Abbey which returns later this year and includes its first black actor, Gary Carr, as a charming and charismatic jazz singer. The new cast also lists Dame Kiri Te Kanawa....
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...
Radio Review: 1 March
Mark Lawson was responsible for a large part of my cultural education. Not the irritating one on Front Row, but my school friend of the same name, who introduced me to Geoffrey Willans and Ronald Searle’s Molesworth books and to Douglas Adams and John...
Book Reviews: 1 March
OUT NOW GIVE ME EVERYTHING YOU HAVE: ON BEING STALKED by James Lasdun (Jonathan Cape, £14.99) Most authors nowadays have their own websites, and the novelist and critic James Lasdun is no exception. If, however, you visit his homepage –...
The Daily: February 28
Lift-off to Mars Denis Tito, former millionaire rocket scientist, who in 2001 was the first paying tourist to space has revealed that he plans to send a man and a woman on a round trip to Mars in 2018. Funding the mission until December 2014, Tito is...
Book Reviews: 15 February
OUT NOW ILLUMINATION by Matthew Plampin (Harper Fiction, £14.99) The strength of this book lies in large part in the exactitude of the historical details and the successful conjuring up of the seething atmosphere of the siege of Paris in 1870....

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