A first edition of the first in the Harry Potter series containing hand drawings and annotations by author JK Rowling has sold at auction for £150,000.
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Thursday 09 February 1995
Some nuptials and a cremation Will Heritage Secretary Stephen Dorrell become 1995's Mr Blobby? The year ahead in the Arts will be tricky, predicts Mark Lawson
Wednesday 04 January 1995
Friday 30 December 1994
Saturday 22 October 1994
Saturday 08 October 1994
THEATRE / A star for theatre's New Age: Is Mark Rylance the finest actor of his generation? His supporters are diverse: a Broadmoor inmate, Alan Bennett and now Paul Taylor
Wednesday 05 October 1994
TELEVISION / Writers still stuck on the margins: As Channel 4, nudged by Alan Bleasdale, makes space for dramas by four debutant writers, Jasper Rees explores the increasingly limited options available to would-be followers of Bleasdale, Potter, Plater and Bennett
Tuesday 04 October 1994
BOOKS / Danger of being nice: The case of 'Bennett's Lug'; or how Alan Bennett's tough and very witty diaries reveal the sharpest ears in Britain
Sunday 25 September 1994
Sunday 25 September 1994
Tuesday 13 September 1994
FILM / Hi honey I'm homicidal: Adam Mars-Jones on ironic tastelessness posing as suburban warfare in John Waters' latest black comedy, Serial Mom
Friday 10 June 1994
ARTS / Bennett and the betrayal of Englishness: Alan Bennett is increasingly seen as a comfortable English institution, but, as Paul Taylor argues in this extract from a lecture commissioned by the West Yorkshire Playhouse, the dramatist's own slant on Englishness is far from cosy
Monday 23 May 1994
Everybody's talking about it: The TV chat show may be dead on its feet, but in theatres, arts centres, bookshops and galleries, they're talking the talk and it's far from cheap. By Miranda Carter
Friday 28 January 1994
THEATRE / Madly, deeply: Paul Taylor reviews the revival of Alan Bennett's The Madness of George III
Thursday 22 July 1993
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- 2 'Something passed underneath us, quite close': Airbus A320 has close encounter with UFO
- 3 Rocky Horror star Tim Curry 'suffers major stroke'
- 4 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
- 5 Exclusive: Woolwich killings suspect Michael Adebolajo was inspired by cleric banned from UK after urging followers to behead enemies of Islam
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