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Dishing the dirt on growing potatoes
Chitting potatoes is a time-hallowed practice that some experts maintain is unnecessary. It’s true that commercial growers don’t bother with it, but for the average amateur gardener, chitting is the agreeable first task of the season in the uncertain...
The Daily: December 3
Puuurfect Pedigrees and Mardy Moggies A new study which puts the friendliness of your feline to the test has been compiled with surprising results. The sphinx cat ranked highest in terms of affection, whereas the lovable moggie is said to be amongst...
Great Expectations
Once upon a time, the streets of London were said to be paved with gold. These days, I rather suspect they’re paved with Great Expectations adaptations. With at least one a decade since 1917, and two – two! – British versions this year, it’s an...
Book reviews: 16 November
Kindles and eReaders will once again be topping wish lists to Santa this year. But while you wait for your grandchildren to set these digital dervishes in motion, there's still nothing quite like curling up with a pristine new hardback. Here's a...
Today, most auspicious publishing date of this newly minted edition of The Lady, is my 30th birthday. Joyeux anniversaire to me! A large part of my 20s has been spent coming to terms with the fact that I will never be Marion Cotillard, but she is so...
Dr James Le Fanu: 26 October
Not so long ago, doctors, having failed to find some obvious physical cause for a complaint, would label a patient's symptoms as psychosomatic – implying that the problem was 'all in the mind'. Today, they prefer the terminology 'medically unexplained...
Book reviews: 19 October
OUT NOW NANCY: THE STORY OF LADY ASTOR by Adrian Fort (Jonathan Cape, £25) One might expect the first woman to be elected to parliament (in 1919) to be a ferociously feminist bluestocking, with little time for social life, sport and fashion; however,...
Book reviews: 12 October
OUT NOW RENEGADE by Robyn Young (Hodder & Stoughton, £16.99) A gripping new historical novel from the author of Brethren – Renegade is the second novel in Robyn Young's Insurrection trilogy and tells the story of Robert Bruce. Carefully researched and...
Book reviews: 5 October
OUT NOW A POSSIBLE LIFE by Sebastian Faulks (Hutchinson, £18.99) According to the author, this is a book concerned with 'the limitations of human identity'. Neither a novel nor a collection of short stories, it's perhaps best described as five...
YOUR HEALTH Dr James Le Fanu: 28 September
Medicine is, for the most part, a sane and scientific enterprise but can be surprisingly intolerant of even the most well-intentioned criticism, illustrated by the plight of patients with diabetes who find that modern regimes of treatment can cause,...
The Daily: 18 September
Richard Burton's diary extracts to be published Richard Burton's intimate writings are to be complied for the first time in a book entitled 'The Richard Burton Diaries'. The book has been assembled by Chris Williams from a vast collection of diary...
Radio Review: 7 September
Sometimes the trailer is enough. I knew that Jonathan Myerson's contribution to Radio 4's Afternoon Drama strand would be terrible, simply from hearing the 30-second taster. However, I'm glad that morbid curiosity led me to listen. If I hadn't, I...
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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...
My day with the Wicked Witch Of The West
The whole world has heard of The Wizard Of Oz, but what do you know about Wicked, the untold story of the witches of Oz? Well, since the production premiered in London in 2006, Wicked has been seen by more than four million people and I am one of the...
We are promised a marriage, a birth and the death of a leading character. Yes, Downton Abbey will be back on ITV1 in the middle of September with a 90-minute, scene-setting special followed by seven more hour-long episodes and a two-hour Christmas...
Book Reviews: 17 August
OUT NOW JUST LIKE PROPER GROWN-UPS by Christina Hopkinson (Hodder, £13.99) Marriage, children, and growing up – three large words that the characters in Christina Hopkinson's new book are all trying to find ways to deal with. There's the gorgeous...
Book Reviews: 3 August
OUT NOW MO SAID SHE WAS QUIRKY by James Kelman (Penguin, £14.99) Doctors used to say that sickly children 'failed to thrive'. In this downbeat novel on life in a hostile London, James Kelman gives us Helen, a lone parent with a sixyear- old daughter,...
Opera Review: 20 July
LE NOZZE DI FIGARO Not content with being the single most important figure working in the world of theatre today, Michael Grandage is establishing a sideline for himself as a director of opera. After making his debut with a spirited rendition of Billy...
Home Remedy: Hay Fever
On the school run (lucky enough to be a walk) I was stopped by a mother clutching the hand of her little one with streaming eyes and raw red nose – desperate for some ideas for hay fever help. The homeopathic way of helping is twofold: firstly, symptom...
Book a date with Dandy Dick
Written in Brighton in 1887, this first major revival of Dandy Dick for 40 years stars Olivier Award winner Patricia Hodge, whose career spans film, theatre and television, and debonair Nicholas Le Prevost, most recently seen in The Misanthrope and at...

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