Luke Blackall

Luke Blackall edits the i's Caught and Social column.

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Bryan Adams’ book 'Wounded: The Legacy of War' shows the silent legacy of conflict

There is a rich history of popular musicians campaigning against war. Bryan Adams, the Canadian musician and photographer, has taken a unique approach to conflict, having created a book, Wounded: The Legacy of War, featuring a series of photographs of servicemen and women who “cheated death” in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The toast of Sotherby's: Grand Vintage collection of Moët & Chandon Champagne sold for over £147,000

Six bottles from 1914 were, according to legend, harvested as German forces approached

Man about town: Everyone's a critic these days

Cooking in particular has got ever more competitive

Natalie Casey stars in In The Next Room

Director of 'the most orgasm-saturated play ever written' hopes for a royal visit

'In The Next Room or the vibrator play' is coming to London

Low-cost supermarkets bid for middle-classes as Aldi offers 1973 Napoleon Vintage Brandy worth £107 for bargain price of £29.99

Once, gourmets and bon viveurs might have looked down on budget supermarkets. Now they are more likely to be looking up where they could find their nearest store.

Man About Town: Through the keyhole and into the kitchen

There's a thrill to finding out what's going on in the kitchens of big parties

David Suchet plays Agatha Christie detective Poirot

David Suchet: 'Sign me up to Poirot the film'

David just called  – he wants his moustache back

Green day out: Copenhagen is hugely proud of the Tivoli gardens

Substance and style, I can see why Denmark is the happiest country on earth

Over a weekend there I didn’t have a bad meal or go to a restaurant I didn’t love

Director Diablo Cody attends the premiere of DirecTV's 'Paradise'

Diablo Cody says directing films is incompatible with motherhood

Juno writer says leaving her family would be irresponsible

Blue is the Warmest Colour's Léa Seydoux: 'The media made too much of the sex scenes'

Luke Blackall goes backstage at the BFI London Film Festival

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