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The Daily: September 10
Swiss Mr Bean' destroys priceless artwork An inebriated Radio Switzerland Journalist reached for a canapé a preview at the Meno Uno gallery and missed, smashing Luciano Fabro's Impronta (Imprint) instead. The artwork is one of the most celebrated works...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/2963-the-daily-september-10
Girls who lead: Emma Hart
How did you get your start in PR? I started as an intern at the Evening Standard, I got that through a friend of a friend. I then worked there as a journalist. I was a beauty and style writer, I completely loved it but the thing I found really...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/article/24-archive/10198-girls-who-lead-emma-hart
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...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/8652-our-favourite-churches
Book Reviews: 25 May
OUT NOW THE CHEMISTRY OF TEARS by Peter Carey (Faber and Faber, £17.99) When Matthew, Catherine Gehrig's lover of 13 years, unexpectedly dies, her world collapses. But her grief is all the more challenging as she must remain silent. Not only was...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/19-culture/books/418-book-reviews-25-may?Itemid=124
Book reviews: 20 April
OUT NOW DISTRICT NURSE Patricia Jordan (Orion, £6.99), 224pp The BBC One series Call The Midwife became the most popular drama since 2001. Like Jennifer Worth, on whose memoirs Call The Midwife was based, Patricia Jordan was a midwife in the 1950s. She...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/19-culture/books/246-reviews-books-20-april?Itemid=124
Book Reviews: 26th August
OUT NOW WHISPERS THROUGH A MEGAPHONE by Rachel Elliott (ONE , £8.99) The lasting, damaging legacy of a toxic mother is at the root of this incisive and quirky study of modern relationships, sexual identity, disillusionment and redemption. Miriam...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10120-book-reviews-26th-august
Book reviews: 29th July
OUT NOW HAPPINESS: 25 Ways To Live Joyfully Through Art by Christophe André (Rider, £16.99) The French psychiatrist and bestselling author invites us to share the paintings of 25 great artists, including van Gogh, Rembrandt and Chagall, and contemplate...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10044-book-reviews-29th-july
True Story
At 99 minutes this is not at all an uninteresting film, but at 60 minutes it would have made an absorbing docudrama for the telly. The debut movie by British stage director Rupert Goold, it tells, as the title suggests, the true story of a curious...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/9043-true-story
Book Reviews: 3 July
OUT NOW The Water Knife by Paolo Bacigalupi (Orbit, £16.99; offer price, £14.99) Since his awardwinning novel The Windup Girl, Bacigalupi has quickly asserted himself as a new force in ecotechnological science fiction. His latest is set in the United...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/8942-book-reviews-3-july
Why i got a MAN to play Maggie
It's what theatre types call A Major Casting Dilemma. You are staging a play and one of the key characters is Margaret Thatcher. Who do you get to play the role a) convincingly, b) at short notice and c) for Equity minimum rates (£430 a week, including...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/8404-why-i-got-a-man-to-play-maggie
Book Reviews: 9 January
OUT NOW A LONG HOT UNHOLY SUMMER by Teresa Waugh (Quartet Books, £15; offer price, £13.50) During a family holiday in France, the teenage Isabelle is reported missing. The situation rapidly reveals itself in its full terrifying light as a search gets...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/8387-book-reviews-9-january
The Daily: July 9
Study on female consumer habits by eBay The online marketplace eBay has recently published results after conducting a major new survey on female consumer habits. The main finding of the study was that women's wardrobe staples stay the same for almost...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/4443-the-daily-july-9-2014
Book Reviews: 11 April
OUT NOW PARLIAMENT THE BIOGRAPHY: VOLUME by Chris Bryant (Doubleday, £25; offer price, £20) Fixing the date of the first English parliament has proved difficult for historians. With a politician’s pragmatism, Chris Bryant cuts through the semantic...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/19-culture/books/4084-book-reviews-11-april?Itemid=124
The Daily: January 6
Former Guardian journalist dies aged 67 The former Radio 4's 'The News Quiz' presenter and Guardian journalist, Simon Hoggart, died aged 67 on Sunday of pancreatic cancer. Described by Alan Rusbridger, the Guardian's editor, as 'a terrific reporter and...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/3554-the-daily-january-6
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...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/19-culture/books/1120-book-reviews-5-october?Itemid=124
TONIGHT'S TV: The Kidnap Diaries (BBC4, 9pm)
This extraordinarily powerful drama recounts the tale of Sean Langan , a Channel 4 video journalist who in 2008 set off into the badlands of Afghanistan to interview senior figures within Al-Qaeda and The Taliban. Perhaps predictably, he and his driver...
http://www.lady.co.uk/blogs/entry/tonight-s-tv-the-kidnap-diaries-bbc4-9pm
French Children Don’t Throw Food
The two things that frightened me most about having children were sleep deprivation and toddler tantrums. Now Kitty is nearly a year old, and has been sleeping through the night for a while, toddler tantrums are about to be a very real thing – and I’m...
http://www.lady.co.uk/blogs/entry/french-children-don-t-throw-food
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: 23 June
OUT NOW THE LIE OF THE LAND by Amanda Craig (Little, Brown £16.99) It’s been eight years since Amanda Craig’s last novel, the Bailey’s Prize long-listed Hearts and Minds, and much in Britain has changed since then. Zero-hours contracts, the just-...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10956-book-reviews-23-june
Citizen Jane: Battle for the City
Urban planning meetings don’t sound like the most exciting of cinematic settings, but whenever Jane Jacobs showed up things got pretty lively. So much so that this Sixties architectural journalist and community activist is now the subject of a...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10838-citizen-jane-battle-for-the-city

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