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Dancing On The Edge
There are some weeks when, frankly, it’s a bit of a struggle to find something new in the television schedule that I can recommend to your attention. And then there’s this week. Dancing On The Edge (scheduled for 4 February on BBC Two) is a big, shiny,...
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...
Book Reviews: 12 April
OUT NOW LIFE AFTER LIFE by Kate Atkinson (Doubleday, £18.99; offer price, £15.99) Life, for many, is a medley of pure joy mingled with regrets for what might have been, had other choices been made or alternative paths taken. Ursula Todd, the stolid...
Book Reviews: 31 May
OUT NOW NIJINSKY: A LIFE by Lucy Moore (Profile Books, £25; offer price, £18) One hundred years ago on 29 May 1913, dancer and choreographer Vaslav Nijinsky, born in 1889, transformed the world of dance overnight with his provocative and revolutionary...
Book reviews: 24 August
OUT NOW THE DAYLIGHT GATE by Jeanette Winterson (Hammer, £9.99) Jeanette Winterson and Hammer Horror is an unexpected literary double act; it's a bit like hearing Jane Austen is having a crack at updating the Rutshire Chronicles. Winterson's first...
Top 16 Places to see for 2016
Anniversaries 300th anniversary of Lancelot 'Capability Brown', Countrywide (30 August) Arguably England's greatest landscape gardener, known for stripping back overly-manicured lawns to naturally desirable, green and pleasant lands, Lancelot...
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...
Book Reviews: 15 March
OUT NOW A MONTH BY THE SEA: ENCOUNTERS IN GAZA by Dervla Murphy (Eland Publishing, £16.99) Between November 2008 and December 2010, the intrepid travel writer Dervla Murphy, then in her 70s, spent eight months in Israel and the West Bank. ‘During...
Alfresco summer nights: Theatre
South West Brownsea Island, Dorset The Two Gentlemen of Verona, 27 & 29 July, 1, 3, 5, 8, 10 & 12 August, 7.30pm – 10.30pm Bring a picnic and enjoy the tranquil surroundings of Brownsea Island as you watch this fantastic production of Shakespeare's...
What to do in 2015
25 ANNUAL CLASSICS Crufts 5 to 8 March The Aldeburgh Literary Festival 6 to 8 March Cheltenham Festival 10 to 13 March The Grand National 9 to 11 April Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race 11 April Royal Windsor Horse Show 13 to 17 May RHS Chelsea Flower...
Book Reviews: 21 October
OUT NOW THE MAP AND THE CLOCK: A Laureate’s Choice Of The Poetry Of Britain And Ireland, edited by Carol Ann Duffy and Gillian Clarke (Faber & Faber, £20) In this new anthology, the Poet Laureate joins forces with the National Poet of Wales to showcase...
For millions of Britons, Ambridge goings-on are radio gold. But recently presenter Richard Bacon said the unthinkable: that he hated The Archers, branding it 'boring' and 'aimless'. But is he right? We asked two writers with very different views to go...
Welcome to Narnia
You don't have to pass through the back of a wardrobe to enter the enchanted and sometimes scary world of Narnia. Take yourself and your children or grandchildren – this production is for all the family – to Kensington in west London and a giant tent...
‘The emotion comes with the Alzheimer’s…partly because the past and the future are no longer there’
Kenneth Cranham is sitting quietly reading the paper in a pub in Islington when I arrive. He stands up to greet me in shorts and sandals, his casual outfit dressed up with a knotted cravat. Cracking a broad smile, he hugs me, takes my hand and says:...
Downton Abbey, beware. Rarely since the 1995 adaption of Pride And Prejudice has the British public been so feverishly gripped by a period drama. In no small part, our attention has been seized by the titular hero of the new BBC drama, Ross Poldark,...
Don't panic, they're here!
BBC One’s most successful drama since records began is set to return with a widely anticipated new series later this month. The quaint programme – about the lives of midwives in the 1950s, living with an order of nuns in the East End – is television...
Book Reviews: 14 November
OUT NOW ALL THE DAYS AND NIGHTS by Niven Govinden (The Friday Project, £12.99; offer price, £11.69) Anna Brown, obsessive and successful artist, absorbs herself in her final portrait, while John, her husband and muse, is away on a quest to find Anna’s...
How we fell in love with murder
Everybody loves a good inventive Victorian murder. A cobbled alley, top hats, capes and walking sticks, dismembered corpses, body parts bubbling on the stove, the kind of spooky goings-on we have come to expect from TV dramas such as Penny Dreadful or...
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...
Book Reviews: 1 August
OUT NOW THE LAST VICTORIANS: A Daring Reassessment Of Four Twentieth Century Eccentrics by W Sydney Robinson (The Robson Press, £20; offer price, £16) Fascinated by his beloved grandfather’s recollections of the ‘olden days’, Robinson resolved to...

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