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The Daily: January 30
Hilary Mantel beats five, shortlisted authors to claim the Costa Book Award Hilary Mantel has won the Costa Book award for her novel Bring Up the Bodies. The judging panel, which included actress Jenny Agutter, broadcaster Katie Derham, author Wendy...
Television reviews: 30 March
This week sees a veritable television titan returning to our screens. There has long been a popular strand in crime fiction of novels about the grisliest imaginable murders being solved by (mainly) female protagonists. Kathy Reichs, Patricia Cornwell...
Book Reviews: 27 September
OUT NOW BONZO’S WAR by Clare Campbell (Corsair, £14.99; offer price, £12.99) Campbell’s chronological account of dogs during the Second World War reveals what happened to the nation’s pets between 1939 and 1945. Not for the fainthearted, with its...
The Daily: December 5
Warning- Heart Melting Story "To John Lewis Cambridge I'm sorry I broke a Christmas bauble on Saturday. it cost two pounds here is the money for it. sorry again Faith (age 5)", this adorable handwritten letter arrived at John Lewis Christmas Department...
Book reviews: 26 October
OUT NOW ARTHUR MILLER: 1962-2005 by Christopher Bigsby (Phoenix, £9.99) Christopher Bigsby is a world renowned authority on playwright Arthur Miller and American literature. Volume one of this very readable and definitive biography, already published,...
Television Review: 17 August
Silent Witness concludes its run this week with a potentially explosive double episode (19 August, BBC One). 'And Then I Fell In Love', originally slated for transmission in April, explores a seedy underworld of grooming and sexual exploitation that...
‘I still believe in fairies’
When I was at school, each Christmas we would have a pantomime, and the year we staged Cinderella I was lucky enough to be cast in the leading role. Yes, I have been Cinders. So it was with bated breath that I went to see Disney’s new film of the...
The Daily: October 03
Saved for the nation 80,000 pieces of Wedgewood pottery, art, letters and photography have been 'saved for the nation', after the collection came close to being sold to pay off the ceramic company's pension bill. Waterford Wedgwood plc collapsed in...
The Daily: April 3
The Queen to meet Pope Francis for the first time & an exhibition of Royal toys is announced. As part of her visit to Rome, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are scheduled to have a private audience with the pontiff at the Vatican today. The Queen...
LOVE DUET - part 1
Sir Christopher Ondaatje is an adventurer, bestselling author and philanthropist. He was in the Canadian bobsled team at the 1964 Winter Olympics, founded the hugely successful publisher, Pagurian Press, has written 10 books, including biographies of...
The What, Where, When: 20 - 22 April
WHAT: 15th British Silent Film Festival . In a year of renaissance for silent films, this annual festival features a packed programme of the very best British titles alongside musical accompaniment. WHERE : Arts Picturehouse, 38-39 St Andrew’s Street,...
Pepper, who in 1912 was noted for her star quality and praised as being ‘The most remarkable animal ever seen on screen’ by studio boss Mack Sennett When a tiny grey cat emerged from underneath a stage at Mack Sennett’s Keystone Studios in 1912, who...
Book Reviews: 1 November
OUT NOW TO THE LETTER: A JOURNEY THROUGH A VANISHING WORLD by Simon Garfield (Canongate Books, £16.99; offer price, £13.59) With letter-writing in decline, Garfield has produced a well-timed, engrossing study of epistolary art through the ages. His...
Book Reviews: 11 October
OUT NOW THE OUTCASTS by KATHLEEN KENT (Headline Review, £13.99; offer price, £11.99) This Western-cumpsychological thriller features an epileptic prostitute with a talent for maths, a horsetaming Texas Ranger with non-violent leanings, plenty of...
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 11 September
Dear Thomas, My wife and I, regular theatre and concert-goers, have recently observed the following: at Bristol Hippodrome a party of ladies of a certain age chatted freely during the performance. At Aida in Verona, the middle-aged couple behind me...
The Odyssey
France has always had Marianne, that feminine figurehead symbol of French pride designed to represent the Republic – she’s been embodied over recent years by Brigitte Bardot, Catherine Deneuve, Laetetia Casta and Inès de la Fressange. If they had a...
After Love
Unusually, the French title of this French/Belgian film is far less romantic: L’economie Du Couple. That might sound sexy, but it brings home the nitty-gritty of the movie – an inventory of a failing marriage. ‘Why should I see that?’ I hear you cry....
As if to fill the great gap of serial thrills left by The Night Manager on our Sunday-night TV screens, another instalment of John le Carré arrives, handsomely packaged for the big screen. Instead of building its tensions and global spy complexities...
The What, Where, When: 27 November
WHAT: Lincoln Christmas Market. The market is returning for its 33rd time since beginning in 1982, welcoming more than 250,000 visitors every year to its 280 stalls packed with seasonal treats. WHERE: Bailgate and Steep Hill, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN1...
In John Christopher’s 1956 dystopian novel The Death Of Grass, the world doesn’t end in an asteroid strike or the searing flash of nuclear holocaust but, rather more prosaically, simply because the seas of grass so many of us take for granted stop...

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