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OUR FAVOURITE CHURCHES
They are an integral feature of Britain’s culture and landscape, linking many of us to our community, our loved ones, our heritage and our history. And whether we are religious or not, many of us have one church that has particularly captured our...
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Meet our Lady of Substance
It is a momentous year for The Lady. In February, we celebrated our 130th birthday, a remarkable achievement for a magazine that has been published weekly, without fail, through financial booms and busts, political earthquakes, two world wars – and the...
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Radio Review: 27 March
Normally, when a radio presenter swears accidentally on air, it’s easy to see how it happened. For example, when Nicky Campbell had trouble with the West Kent Hunt, the road to ruin was obvious from the outset. However, when John Inverdale tried to say...
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Radio Review: 20 March
It’s 50 years since the release of The Sound Of Music, and it was quite a coup for Jane Garvey to bag Dame Julie Andrews for a chat on Woman’s Hour. The highlight was Garvey relating the horrors of Christmas 1978, when the film made its British TV...
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Radio Review: 13 March
Comedians in conversation can have a tendency to try and top each other, measuring each laugh gained jealously. This is why it’s lovely to hear Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer talking, as it’s just two good friends cracking each other up. If anyone else...
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Radio Review: 6 March
My first thought was to wonder why Start The Week had acquired a live audience. Having been distracted during the junction after the 9am news, it took a while for me to register that I was in fact listening to The Front Row Debate on arts funding,...
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Radio Review: 27 February
There are few things that please me more than a good Harold Pinter impersonation. So when I saw that Harry Enfield, who like his chum Paul Whitehouse just keeps getting better and better, was giving us his Pinter in Jon Canter’s new comedy series...
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Radio Review: 20 February
I do hope you’re all gripped by election fever. No, me neither. I am interested in politics, but even I wish they’d keep a lid on the tedious name-calling and bun-throwing. Thankfully, Ken Bruce (Radio 2, weekdays, 9.30am) is on hand to speak up for...
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Radio Review: 13 February
Like most sentient beings, I am a big fan of Stanley Baxter. I grew up with those glorious TV spectaculars where he played nearly every part, sending up the programmes of the day with pin-sharp accuracy and just the merest hint of smut. Also, I’m...
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EASTENDERS? It was THE LADY that changed my life
On New Year’s Day 2012, millions of Britons went into mourning. After spending a quarter of a century in our living rooms as a key character in EastEnders, Pat Butcher was dead. Sometimes an actor becomes inextricably intertwined with their role. And...
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Radio Review: 6 February
It is my habit on Sundays to abandon Radio 4 at 10am in search of a programme that won’t bore me to tears. Last week, I chanced upon BBC WM, which can be received in my part of Gloucestershire with a following wind. After Hunted with Richard Wilford...
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Radio Review: 30 January
Jazz haters like to dismiss the whole genre as pretentious and po-faced. I have a simple two-word answer for them: Acker Bilk. Some try to dismiss this and say that Bilk wasn’t ‘proper jazz’. Well, the great Stan Tracey was very much ‘proper jazz’, and...
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Radio Review: 23 January
Certain key phrases have me rushing for the off -switch. I couldn’t get to it fast enough listening to You & Yours, when Winifred Robinson announced Kelvin MacKenzie would be on the show. I can’t understand why the BBC gives house room to a ghastly...
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FIRST IMPRESSIONS: SIR CHRIS BONINGTON
What are you working on at the moment? I slipped a disc when I climbed the Old Man of Hoy to celebrate reaching the bright, young age of 80. I made the first descent of it back in 1966. I’m slowly getting better. I’m also just beginning to get back...
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Radio Review: 16 January
However haughty Margo from The Good Life could be, her heart was firmly in the right place. She could insult her friends Tom and Barbara, but woe betide anybody else who attempted it. Moreover, when she complained, she made sure her grievances were...
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FIRST IMPRESSIONS: MARTIN JARVIS
What are you working on at the moment? I’ve just completed a script for BBC Radio and I’m preparing for a live stand-up of Just William and Just Jeeves. When are you at your happiest? When my wife Ros and I are having breakfast with our two...
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Radio Review: 9 January
You’ll probably be unsurprised to learn that my house has a radio in every room. The slight delay endemic in digital broadcasting means that the days of having them all tuned to the same station and being able to waft about the place are over....
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My mother, the face of remembrance
The Battle of Vimy Ridge started on 9 April 1917, Easter Monday, and finished four days later with appalling loss of life. ‘It is probable that with the exception of the Krakatoa explosion of 1883, in all of history no human ears had ever been...
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How to be brilliant? It's all about BODY LANGUAGE
India Ford Ever wondered how A-list celebrities seem to effortlessly captivate everyone as soon as they walk into a room? It may come as a surprise to learn that this confidence is not always innate. In fact, celebrities go to great lengths to project...
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The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 28 November
Dear Thomas, I work in a multicultural organisation in mainland Europe that has open-plan office space. My department has 25 staff members, and our boss (from New York) is seated in the corner with a view of all the team from her desk. Her method of...
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