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Book Reviews: 13 July
OUT NOW PIECES OF LIGHT: THE NEW SCIENCE OF MEMORY by Charles Fernyhough (Profile Books, £14.99) Fernyhough is a novelist and academic psychologist who introduces current work about memory by means of exploring examples from real lives and fictional...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/19-culture/books/665-book-reviews-13-july?Itemid=124
The Daily: December 10
A merry MERSEY Christmas as Liverpool tops the festive cheer poll A Christmas poll shows that Liverpudlians are more willing to embrace the festive spirit than any other UK city, with locals buying more than 20 presents for family and friends. Most...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/1496-the-daily-december-10
The Daily: August 28
Tony Scott’s family set up a scholarship in his name The family of Top Gun director Tony Scott have set up a scholarship in his name at the American Film Institute. The British born director died tragically on 19 August after he jumped from a bridge in...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/936-the-daily-august-28
The Daily: August 29
A well-trained dog’s day out A six-year-old terrier, named Frankie, had sneaked out of his home in Kent to climb abroad a 6.56 am train to London. The cheeky Jack Russell, to the surprise of fellow commuters, rode on the train for nearly 30 minutes...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/948-the-daily-august-29
Eric and Little Ern
They were one of Britain’s greatest comedy partnerships, bringing sunshine to audiences across Britain. Indeed their 1977 Christmas special was watched by 28 million viewers – a figure that comedians could only dream of today. And so impersonating...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/22-culture/theatre/3389-eric-and-little-ern?Itemid=126
The Revenant
This was ‘inspired’ by true events and there’s an awful lot of movies like that around at the moment. Maybe invention and imagination are dead in the film industry. Maybe producers believe fact is stranger than fiction and therefore more profitable. Or...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/9507-the-revenant
In the Dark
The world of the TV detective is never a happy one. Take DI Helen Weeks (Myanna Buring), the heroine of In The Dark (Tuesday, BBC1, 9pm). Several weeks into her pregnancy, not for her the ordinary joys and anxieties of the coming of motherhood....
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10988-in-the-dark
Book Reviews: 13 November
OUT NOW The Invention Of Nature: The Adventures Of Alexander von Humboldt, The Lost Hero Of Science by Andrea Wulf (John Murray, £25; offer price, £22) He has more of the natural world named after him than anyone else: the Humboldt Current in the...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/9329-book-reviews-13-november
Purrfect pussy poems...Our other entries
Cat Meeiaaawww, Her door is opened, Cat saunters in Purring her thanks. With arched back, Straight up tail, The leg rubbing Ritual begins Breakfast is prepared The offering is set Before the queen Who eyes it from a distance, Tiptoes over, sniffs,...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/9030-purrfect-pussy-poems-our-other-entries
Clemmie Hambro's gardening week 23rd march
It is amazing how the whole thing suddenly creeps up on you. One minute you are dawdling around complaining about getting your third cold in a row and how February seems to be going on forever, and the next you are bang smack in the middle of March –...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/15-life/gardening/167-clemmie-hambro-s-gardening-week-23rd-march?Itemid=118
The Daily: March 13
Queen Forced To Cancel More Public Engagements Following her recent stay in hospital, it seems the Queen is still recovering from her recent illness of gastroenteritis. It was announced that instead the Queen will carry out her official duties from...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/2013-the-daily-march-13
Get your holiday booked
Catch up on your classics A selection of big books everyone else has read One of the great pleasures of any summer holiday is finally having the time to read. But what happens if your last-minute panic buys prove a literary letdown? This year, protect...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/19-culture/books/621-get-your-holiday-booked?Itemid=124
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...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/8517-radio-review-20-february
The Daily: May 1
Missing cat makes 128 mile journey from North Wales to Yorkshire A cat was this week reunited with its owners after spending 5 weeks and 128 miles apart. Steven and Susan Davison from Llanrwst, North Wales had given up hope of finding their beloved pet...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/8755-the-daily-may-1-2015
The Write Things
Writing is usually a silent act. Maybe the scratching of a pen can be heard, or the tap of keys, or music in the background as a stimulus, but generally the writer sits alone in stillness. Some prefer writing in the hushed comfort of bed, like Edith...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/8963-the-write-things
Book Reviews: 24 February
OUT NOW IN THE GREAT GREEN ROOM by Amy Gary (Flatiron Books, £21.97) This is the first biography of Margaret Wise Brown, whose children’s book Goodnight Moon has captivated readers for years. Amy Gary is a Brown enthusiast and had access to her...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10615-book-reviews-24-february
The Missing
The first series of The Missing (Wednesday, BBC One, 9pm) was as riveting a tale as anything since – well, the first series of Broadchurch. The trouble is we all remember how disappointing Broadchurch was the second time around. Now, how will The...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10233-the-missing
Book Reviews: 16 June
OUT NOW OUT NOW SYMPATHY by Olivia Sudjic (Pushkin One, £14.99) Lives ruled by electronic devices; natural disasters; disappearing aeroplanes: Sudjic’s absorbing debut novel reads like a fictional dystopia. But chillingly, the world she describes is...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10935-book-reviews-16-june
Book Reviews : 14 July
FICTION THE MINISTRY OF UTMOST HAPPINESS by Arundhati Roy (Hamish Hamilton, £18.99) The long-awaited second novel by the author of The God of Small Things is a multi-stranded narrative with characters who are broken by life but mended by love. A STATE...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/11010-book-reviews-14-july
Book Reviews: 21 April
OUT NOW PUSSY by Howard Jacobson (Jonathan Cape, £12.99) Written in the weeks after the US election, this is an entertaining send-up of President Trump. A satirical fairytale for grown-ups, it tells the story of Prince Fracassus, spoilt heir to the...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10770-book-reviews-21-april

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