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Saturday 27 November 1999
Capturing the dynamism and excitement of the modern age became a common artistic goal in the inter-war years. One British group succeeded in the unlikeliest of mediums: lino.
Saturday 04 September 1999
Just after the publication of The Woman Who Walked Into Doors in 1996, Roddy Doyle was standing in a bookshop when he was approached by the proprietor. "Could you do me a favour?" he asked. Sure, said Doyle, thinking the man wanted a book signed. "Next time," said the man, "would you write a comedy? Booksellers prefer it."
Saturday 26 September 1998
A restaurant inspired by pre-war Berlin and Milan may sound a theme too far, but David Baddiel is won over. Photograph by Madeleine Waller
Sunday 16 July 1995
Could fake grass confound the mockers and become fashionable, asks Helen Chappell
Sunday 20 November 1994
That's Inspirational against Aspirational. Hester Lacey on the rival wo rlds of interiors magazines
Arts and Entertainment
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Life and Style
Life and Style
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- 4 Russell Brand calls Nigel Farage 'poundshop Enoch Powell' in BBC Question Time debate
- 5 Orange Wednesdays are no more