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The Daily: July 30
A great start for Great Britain A “congratulations” is in order for two of Team GB’s female athletes for securing the country’s first set of medals. Cyclist Lizzie Armitstead won Britain’s first medal in the women’s cycling road race, coming a close...
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 25 August
Dear Thomas All this endless photographing of everything! I’m getting more and more fed up with smartphone cameras going the whole time. At a wedding recently, people were snapping away, even at the most solemn moments. In the summer time it seems to...
Book Reviews: 10 March
OUT NOW THE DAUGHTER OF LADY MACBETH by Ajay Close (Sandstone Press, £8.99) A contemporary story set in Scotland, close’s new novel explores the fraught relationship between 40-something Freya and her mother Lilias, a former actress. Freya is a modern,...
What are you working on at the moment? I’ve just finished doing Brief Encounters with ITV, then I have the BFG coming out here in July. When are you at your happiest? When I’m with my family. I’ve got a new granddaughter who was born in May, so that...
Stoneywell Cottage
The first photograph in the guidebook to Stoneywell Cottage, the Arts and Crafts house opened to the public by the National Trust in February, is of a young boy sitting astride the roof ridge waving his cap, while a couple of adults are comfortably...
Book reviews: 27 May
OUT NOW WAKING LIONS by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen (Pushkin Press, £12.99; offer price, £10.99) Thriller, detective story and morality tale, Ayelet Gundar-Goshen’s highly anticipated second novel is a gripping drama of survival, guilt and shame. Having hit...
Manor from heaven
Built in the second half of the 15th century for wealthy landowner Thomas Tropenell, who made his fortune during the Wars of the Roses, Great Chalfield Manor, near Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire, is a charming moated manor with a glorious Arts and...
Book reviews: 15 April
OUT NOW UNEXPECTED ISRAEL: STORIES YOU NEVER READ IN THE MEDIA by Ruth Corman (Gefen Publishing House, £29.50; offer price, £25) Beautifully illustrated with photographs by the author, Unexpected Israel brings to life a rich cast of characters that you...
Fiona I grew up with cats but didn’t get into adopting ferals until I moved to Spain. Once you start, it is a never-ending business. One of the problems is that people believe you are an avid collector of cats and start offering them. Pregnant women...
Book Reviews: 6 November
OUT NOW Slade House by David Mitchell (Sceptre, £12.99; offer price, £10.99) Set in the same uncanny universe as his novel The Bone Clocks, Mitchell’s novella takes us to a world where the boundaries between life and death, mortality and immortality,...
A dream house
Agatha Christie’s interest in houses began at an early age. One of her childhood pastimes was playing ‘house’ under tables draped with bath towels ‘out of which we emerged on all fours’. This passion for houses furnished her with material for her...
The Gathered Leaves
An intriguing thing happens when art mirrors life on the stage and blood relations play blood relations, making let’s pretend feel uncomfortably real. In the recent revival of The Merchant of Venice at Shakespeare’s Globe, when Jonathan Pryce’s...
Book Reviews: 24 July
OUT NOW The Unexpected Story of Nathaniel Rothschild by John Cooper (Bloomsbury, £30; offer price, £25) Why has the name of the first Jewish peer, Nathaniel ‘Natty’ Mayer Rothschild, faded from memory in spite of his extraordinary success? One hundred...
Norfolk Know-How
The wool trade made medieval Norfolk the most prosperous and populous county in England, which allowed for the construction of more than 1,000 churches across the county and ensured that Norwich was the nation’s second largest city for 700 years....
The right royal highs and lows of GRANDPARENTING
Prince Charles has expressed his delight at becoming a grandparent, and although I can’t quite imagine him changing nappies or wiping runny noses, I am sure he will be an excellent grandfather in other respects – kindly, fun and indulgent. As a...
The home where my heart is
My heart had fallen for an old weatherboard cottage sitting between two huge, very imposing Norfolk Island pines in an open paddock of grass, their lower branches sweeping to the ground in a deep curtsy, respectfully acknowledging all who approached....
The Daily: April 27
Poldark's horse given a voice Poet and comic Pam Ayres has taken to twitter to write a commentary for Poldark's horse from the hit tv drama. Ayres noted whilst watching the show that the horse "was forever galloping across the screen" but sadly lacked...
Book Reviews: 30 January
OUT NOW THANK YOU FOR THIS MOMENT by Valérie Trierweiler (Biteback Publishing, £18.99; offer price, £15.99) As most of the world now knows, journalist Valérie Trierweiler was the partner of socialist French president François Hollande for nine years...
The Daily: July 24
Dora Bryan dies aged 91 Dora Bryan, prestigious actress, passed away on Wednesday 23 July at the Sussex County Hospital with her sons by her side. Dora was born as Dora May Broadbent in Southport Lancashire in 1923, later changing her surname to Bryan...
Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation
When Kenneth Clark’s great grandfather invented the cotton spool, he didn’t just change British manufacturing, he changed the culture. His fortune – a substantial one – enabled his aesthete grandson to amass one of the most important private...

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