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Book Reviews: 6 September
OUT NOW THE JACKAL’S SHARE by Chris Morgan Jones (Mantle, £16.99; offer price, £14.99) This is a good oldfashioned thriller. Ben Webster works for a private investigative firm. He is approached by a sinister lawyer working for a mystery client, whose...
Book reviews: 15 June
OUT NOW ALWAYS YOU, EDINA by VG Lee (Ward Wood Publishing, £9.99) The Lady contributor VG Lee is no slouch. Already the author of several well-regarded novels, when she turned 60, she decided to train as a stand-up comedian. While her previous books...
It’s going to be a very special show this year: the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, or ‘Chelsea’, as gardeners tend to call it, is celebrating its centenary, with RHS vice president Alan Titchmarsh launching the RHS Chelsea Centenary Appeal to raise £1m for...
Book Reviews: 15 February
OUT NOW ILLUMINATION by Matthew Plampin (Harper Fiction, £14.99) The strength of this book lies in large part in the exactitude of the historical details and the successful conjuring up of the seething atmosphere of the siege of Paris in 1870....
Book Reviews: 30 May
OUT NOW BEASTS: WHAT ANIMALS CAN TEACH US ABOUT HUMAN NATURE by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson (Bloomsbury, £20; offer price, £16) In this insightful book, the psychoanalyst and bestselling author explores in detail our relationship to animals, from pets to...
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,...
Book Reviews: 9 May
OUT NOW THE SMOKE IS RISING by Mahesh Rao (Daunt Books, £14.99; offer price, £13.49) The independent bookshop of iconic carrier-bag fame has launched its first original work of fiction. Set in the city of Mysore in contemporary India, it is densely...
Book Reviews: 10 February
OUT NOW SWALLOWING MERCURY by Wioletta Greg (Portobello Books, £12.99) Everyday life in 1980s rural Poland is recounted through the eyes of an inquisitive, imaginative girl called Wiola in this richly evocative novel: a multi-layered world of religious...
The Daily: May 30
Looking to relocate? Why not move to Sheffield, the happiest city in the UK A new study has pinpointed the happiest cities of the UK. Sheffield has topped the list, after a third of people from the city said they feel good every day of the week. This...
The Daily: January 15
British Museum has record number of visitors The British Museum has had more than one reason to celebrate recently. Not only is it the 255th anniversary of the museum, recent figures have shown that there have been a record number of visitors....
The Daily: March 1
A Farewell to Claridge's After running Claridge's for 12 years, Gordon Ramsey has decided to end his tenure at the Mayfair hotel. Ramsey's departure follows a failed negotiation to renew a long-term contract with Claridge's owners. Having won the...
The Daily: January 18
Going for Gold The Gold Rush may seem like a something of the distant past for many of us but for one amateur prospector it is very much a current phenomena. The man, who has not been named, found a gold nugget weighing 5.5kg in the Australian state of...
The Daily: December 18
The 'Great Train Robber', Ronnie Biggs dies aged 84 A member of the 15-strong gang, who partook in the Grain Train Robbery of 1963, where a Royal Mail train heading between Glasgow and London was hijacked of £2.6 million, died last night, the day a BBC...
The Daily: May 22
Crucial EU voting today How well UKIP will really do in the EU elections is the question on a lot of lips today. They are certainly on course for victory, although Nigel Farage has been under a lot of pressure recently as the "face" of the party....
The Daily
Upstairs Downstairs down and out Downton Abbey wins the battle of the period dramas as Upstairs Downstairs is axed by the BBC. Despite a budget of £900,000, the final episode of series 2 only managed to attract 4.5 million viewers, while the the...
The Daily: August 17
Prince William saves drowning schoolgirl Last night, Prince William fronted a rescue mission to save a drowning schoolgirl in Silver Bay, near his Anglesey home. After the alarm was raised by nearby surfers, Prince William piloted an RAF Sea King...
The Daily: January 9
2013 BAFTA nominations announced but British films are largely overlooked The shortlist for this year's BAFTA film awards have been released and American films have dominated with 'Lincoln' scoring the most nominations in categories including best...
The Daily: February 1
Happy Birthday Mr Gable Today The Lady is remembering the birthday of 1930s and 40s movie heart-throb Mr Clarke Gable. Despite his passing in November 1960, aged 59, Gable is immortalised for his academy-award winning depictions of Gone With The Wind's...
The Daily: June 9
Town attractions to be refurbished Sunderland City Council's £1.35m restoration project to the town's Roker Pier, which was announced last year, is about to enter its next phase. The Grade II-listed pier was opened in 1903, yet has never received full...
Radio Reviews: 17 August
Radio exists to educate, inform and entertain. It did all three at once on last week's edition of The Film Programme, with an aside about the month Ivor Novello spent in prison during the Second World War for fiddling his petrol coupons. It transpires...

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