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The radio station Heart FM recently ran a story on its website headlined, ‘David Beckham poses with an elderly fan at the Singapore Grand Prix. Bless!’ The ‘elderly fan’ was three-time Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda, a man whom I wouldn’t have...
Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D
Across the land, readers of The Lady will be shaking their heads and muttering, ‘What fresh hell is this? Michael’s trying to persuade us to watch a superhero show? We’re grown-ups!’ Bear with me though. Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D (Channel 4, tonight, at...
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: September 23
Downton Abbey misses out at the Emmys The latest US drama, Breaking Bad beat Downton to Abbey to Best Drama Series Award at the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards last night. Many British nominees missed out on a prize including Downton Abbey’s Hugh...
Book Reviews: 20 September
OUT NOW ANYONE WHO HAD A HEART: MY LIFE IN MUSIC by Burt Bacharach with Robert Greenfield (Atlantic Books, £20; offer price, £16) In this commendably frank memoir, sophisticated pop maestro Burt Bacharach lays bare his failings as a husband and father....
A Doll’s House
After a triumphant run at the Young Vic, this innovative, passionate, dazzling production comes to the Duke of York’s. It stars Hattie Morahan who reprises her role as Nora Helmer, which won Best Actress, Critics’ Circle Awards 2013 and Evening...
The Daily: August 28
Broccoli claimed to slow arthritis Lab studies by UK researchers have led them to believe that broccoli could slow down and possibly prevent osteoarthritis. To encourage this claim, a test by The University of East Anglia is being carried out on 20...
It is seldom that a critic feels miserly when giving a play five stars, yet that is how I feel about this simply extraordinary play in an absolutely compelling production. Chimerica is the historian Niall Ferguson’s term for the evolving economic...
The ladies of Downton Abbey
Over seven million viewers in the UK tuned in on Christmas Day to watch Matthew Crawley, played by Dan Stevens, meet his untimely end in a shock car crash. This autumn, the hugely successful Downton Abbey returns to our screens, brimming with a host of...
From Desperate Housewife to Dottie the FORKLIFT
The images of Teri Hatcher and a forklift are so disparate one could almost make an argument for them being oxymoronic. So what on earth appealed to her about playing the character of Dottie – a forklift – in Pixar’s much-anticipated new film, Planes?...
The Daily: August 12
Great news for berry pickers: warm summer sees wildlife flourish this Autumn The recent spell of warm weather is set ‘to bring a bumper fruit crop’ to the British countryside this Autumn, say experts at The Woodland Trust, who just completed their...
That Puppet Game Show
I’ve been looking forward to That Puppet Game Show (BBC One, Saturday at 6.45pm) since it was first announced last summer as it brings muppetry back to our screens. Mind you, when it was first announced, it had Danny Baker writing it, and was called no...
The Lost Honour Of Christopher Jefferies
Like a modern-day version of The Crucible, The Lost Honour Of Christopher Jefferies (ITV, Wednesday, 9pm) presents us with a cruelly compelling world where the witch-hunt’s fevered and misplaced certainty of guilt holds almost everyone in thrall....
Your Face Sounds Familiar
If your show is scheduled for the summer, it’s not a vote of confidence. Autumn and winter are taken seriously, but in the sunny months, the schedules fill up with repeats and contractual obligations. If ITV had any confidence in Your Face Sounds...
Book Reviews: 2 August
OUT NOW CITADEL by Kate Mosse (Orion, £20; offer price, £16.50) This isn’t the sort of book you can throw in your handbag and read on the train – it’s just too big. But it’s a rather brilliant read. Set during the Second World War, 18-year-old Sandrine...
Radio Review: 19 July
Fashions change. In a fortnight’s time, we’ll all be looking back at pictures of ourselves now, and laughing at our outmoded hairstyles. So, this being a double issue, it makes more sense to preview some radio highlights in the coming 14 days, than to...
Family Tree
Christopher Guest is a man of many parts. Actor, director, musician, writer and peer of the realm. He’s probably best known for Spïnal Tap – unarguably the best comedy about a band since Some Like It Hot. In his latest venture, Family Tree (BBC Two,...
Top Of The Lake
New Zealand is, I suspect, a very different place from Britain. With the amount of people per square mile being significantly lower over there, you can walk for quite a distance before you espy another person, or errant chocolate-bar wrapper. It seems...
Book Reviews: 5 July
OUT NOW CLEVER GIRL by Tessa Hadley (Jonathan Cape, £16.99; offer price £13.99) Tessa Hadley is a writer of witty, sensual and psychologically penetrating stories and novels that chart the entangled byways of everyday existence. This, Hadley’s fifth...
The Daily: July 4
Home workers get more done Research suggests workers who have access to work from their home are likely to work more than those who travel to work into the office, according to new figures it can add up to an extra 24 days of work a year. Although home...

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