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The woman Hemingway could not tame
Ernest Hemingway had four wives – but Martha Gellhorn was the only one his overbearing character could not tame. She was also the only one who left him. Gellhorn never wanted a biography written about her. When Carl Rollyson published one in 1990, she...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/8681-the-woman-hemingway-could-not-tame
When The Lady met Danny Dyer
Danny Dyer is not The Lady magazine's usual interview fare. From Canning Town, the 36-year-old tends to play roles that are a little, as he would put it, "naughty." Off-screen, though he's not one to mince his words and his speech is littered with...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/21-culture/television-film/3513-when-the-lady-met-danny-dyer?Itemid=125
The Daily: June 3
Prince William backs swimming campaign The Duke of Cambridge has supported calls for swimming to be accessible to all children in primary school. A video message was recorded to back the Amateur Swimming Association's (ASA) proposal that every child...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/2423-the-daily-june-3
The Daily: October 22
Obama saves swooner mid-speech! President Obama caught a pregnant diabetic woman who appeared to faint in the midst of his twenty-five minute speech at a conference yesterday. While addressing the inconsistencies of his administration’s healthcare in...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/3192-the-daily-october-22-2013
The Daily: April 30
Harry and Cressida Split After two years, Prince Harry and his relationship with Cressida Bonas has run its course. Whilst the breakup appears to be amicable, sources suggest that Ms. Bonas struggled with the attention of being the girlfriend of the...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/4174-the-daily-april-30-2014
The Daily: May 9
Bionic Woman Claire Lomas’ completes the Marathon raising £90,000 along the way Yesterday paralysed woman Claire Lomas became the first person to complete the marathon wearing a bionic suit. Lomas, who lost the use of her legs in a horse riding...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/328-the-daily-may-9
The Daily: 12 July
Princess Eugenie graduates from university The Duke of York and Princess Beatrice yesterday watched Princess Eugenie graduated with a 2:1 combined History of Art and English degree from Newcastle University. Princess Eugenie, who overcame dyslexia to...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/679-the-daily-12-july
The Daily: November 8
‘Draped Seated Woman’ jeopardise public art Henry Moore’s sculpture of the Draped Seated Woman has stirred up debate of whether Britain is putting public art at risk. Lutfur Rahman, the independent mayor of the borough Tower Hamlets, overruled the...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/1328-the-daily-november-8
The Daily: March 25
Carol Vorderman breaks nose in high heels A good pair of heels can make you feel poised, elegant and ready to take on anything, so long as you wear a pair that you can walk in. Carol Vorderman suffered more than a knock to her pride when she tumbled...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/2064-the-daily-march-25
Prepare to care
The figures are sobering. Across the UK, the number of people caring regularly and unpaid for a family member or friend who is ill, frail or disabled, has now risen to 6.5 million. Of those, 1.25 million, most of them women, spend more than 50 hours a...
http://www.lady.co.uk/life/6439-prepare-to-care
Catamount
It sounded perfect – a holiday in the beautiful wilderness of the Rocky Mountains. But then Nora discovers that this is one landscape that cannot be tamed... The sky was the biggest she had ever seen. They said the skies of Suffolk were big and the...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/19-culture/books/541-catamount?Itemid=124
The Daily: October 2
Jorie Graham becomes first American woman to win Forward Prize Jorie Graham has become the first woman since Kathleen Jamie in 2004 and first American woman to win the Forward Prize for poetry. She won the £10,000 prize for her collection PLACE which...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/1110-the-daily-october-2
The Daily: October 17
John Whaite wows the judges to win the Great British Bake Off John was lucky to reach the final and was not considered a serious contender for the winning title of the show but after presenting judges with a 'perfect slice' of chocolate cake, his...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/1190-the-daily-october-17
Book Reviews: 26 April
OUT NOW FLORA AND GRACE by Maureen Lee (Orion, £9.99; offer price, £9.49) It’s spring 1944 in Switzerland and teenage Flora, becalmed in the Alps by war, suddenly finds herself at the centre of the action. A cattle train rumbles through a station and...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/19-culture/books/2226-book-reviews-26-april?Itemid=124
The Daily: June 10
Rik Mayall dies aged 56 Rik Mayall, star of The Young Ones and The New Statesman, has died aged 56 at his London home. He was found by his wife Barbara Robbin yesterday afternoon. Speaking outside their home in Barnes, south-west London, Ms Robbins...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/4308-the-daily-june-10-2014
National Treasure
Strutting purposefully across our television screens with never a hair out of place or a word mispronounced, newsreader and presenter Fiona Bruce has become a fixture of Sunday-night viewing. Currently she is on the trail of lost works by great artists...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/8982-national-treasure
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 20 May
Dear Thomas, What has happened to brides? I can’t believe the dress my daughter has chosen for her big day – and between you and me, she’s on the wrong side of 30. Plus there’s a certain amount of prima donna-ish carry-on in other departments as well....
http://www.lady.co.uk/style/9842-the-lady-guide-to-modern-manners-20-may
The Daily: May 24
Dames celebrate the arts The Royal Academy of Arts played host to the Celebration of the Arts last night with a star-studded guest list. Dames in attendance included Judi Dench and Shirley Bassey, who were company to other notable figures Lord...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/432-the-daily-may-24
The Daily: June 7
York Minster goes mowing Before hosting a fundraising dinner for 600 people, York Minster wardens had the cathedral’s nave carpeted in 16,000 square feet of grass. The turf, known as Wow!Grass!, is specially grown in felt made of recycled British...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/482-the-daily-june-7
The Daily: June 29
Farewell to the Minitel The Minitel machine, known as the “Little French Box” is to come to an end 30 years after its launch. The revolutionary machine came at a time when France was behind in telecommunications, offering families the chance to...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/604-the-daily-june-29

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