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Quite apart from his many more obvious attributes (which I’m sure women appreciate far more than I do) George Clooney must be one of the most unselfish movie stars around. Gravity is a two-hander – Clooney and Sandra Bullock – set in space and since...
The Daily: February 17
BAFTA, a golden year for British film There is no denying that it has been an incredible twelve months of film-making. However last night at the Royal Opera House it was the British film, Gravity, which swept the board and took home no less than six of...
The Light Princess
Occasionally, a show opens that divides critics and audiences as radically as Marmite. The National Theatre’s The Light Princess did that last week, but I confess my guest fled, muttering – insufficiently sotto voce – that he hated musicals and...
Films sink and swim at Venice
Venice is la vecchia signora of film festivals, housed in Mussolini’s old casino and where the red carpet into the Palazzo del Cinema faces the sparkling Adriatic on the wide, almost ghostly spaces of the tree-dappled Lido. Delegates arrive for morning...
Off to the Emerald Isle
Killarney National Park With majestic mountains, lakes and woodlands, the Killarney National Park in County Kerry is well worth a visit. Ireland’s highest peaks, the McGillycuddy’s Reeks, which rise to over 1,000 metres, can be found here. The park is...
At the risk of sounding a tad grudging, it’s something of a surprise to discover that the musical, Wicked, will soon celebrate its 10th birthday. Oh, it’s lavish all right with no expense spared on costumes and set, any amount of ingenuity expended on...
The Walk
The Walk is this year’s Gravity. Certainly, our acrobatic tightrope walker, Philippe Petit (played with pixieish charm by Joseph Gordon- Levitt), defies the elemental force of Earth’s gravitational nature to teeter between the Twin Towers of the World...
The Daily: December 12
US town in real life version of 'The Birds' A North American town has declared war on crows after an invasion likened to scenes from Hitchcock's 1963 thriller, 'The Birds'. The collective noun for crows is a 'murder', which seems fitting, however...
The Daily: March 3
12 Years a slave wins scoops top Oscar prize but Steve McQueen misses out on Best Director Steve McQueen became the first black director to win Best Picture when12 Years a Slave triumphed at the 86th Academy Awards yesterday. The film beat off...
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...
A bumper yield
This time last month when I wrote about the allotment it was to lament the dishonesty of the person or persons who were helping themselves to my best produce. This still rankles, but my spirits have been lifted by a magnificent crop, in only their...
The Daily: October 21
Titanic Violin Sold for £900,000 pounds It has taken seven years to verify that it is the real deal, and now the violin played by Wallace Hartley aboard the Titanic over a century ago has been sold at auction for £900,000. The auction, which took place...
The Daily: May 20
Denmark takes the crown on Eurovision Denmark's Emmelie de Forest won the Eurovision song contest, watched by around 125 million people across Europe, with 281 points. The twenty year old star won the hearts of the judges with 'Only Teardrops'...
The Daily: November 15
The Mary Celeste of Space: scientists discover first ever free-floating planet Astronomers have long speculated the existence of a nomadic planet that wanders through space uninhibited by the gravity field of a star, but have never been able to furnish...
YOUR HEALTH Dr James Le Fanu: 21 September
The human body is a masterpiece of elegant design where even its seemingly most insignificant features prove to be indispensable: the complex visual system would be useless without those lubricating tears to keep the cornea moist, without earwax we...

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