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Where are you now and what can you see?

I’m at the BBC recording Front Row and apparently I’m looking at a brass bust of Henry Wood. The statue is in the foyer.

Carrie, the prequel: Bushnell's heroine goes back to school

After two weddings (to the same man), countless cosmopolitans, and several wardrobes-full of Manolo Blahniks, Carrie Bradshaw's next adventure will be an exercise in Sex Education and the City.

'Daring Book for Girls' breaks didgeridoo taboo in Australia

An Australian publishing house was forced to apologise today for a book that encourages girls to play the didgeridoo, an instrument that in Aboriginal culture is usually reserved for men.

David Moyes accepts libel damages over Wayne Rooney allegation

David Moyes, the manager of Everton, accepted "substantial" undisclosed libel damages yesterday over a "wholly untrue" allegation in Wayne Rooney's autobiography that he leaked details of a confidential conversation with the striker.

Pandora: No smoke without fiery Love

Following in the volatile vapour cloud of Naomi Campbell – carried off a British Airways flight in handcuffs seven days ago after a screaming row which ended with the model allegedly spitting at a police officer – a fuming Courtney Love has had her collar felt by a British airline's security detail.

Cover Stories: Zafón's second opus; Macmillan changes; Opening Blue Door

Readers and booksellers have long been looking forward to the new novel from Carlos Ruiz Zafón, whose debut, The Shadow of the Wind, sold around a million copies for Weidenfeld. This week, Kirsty Dunseath, the Spanish-speaking editor who bought it, was able to announce a second opus from Zafón, The Angel's Game. A prequel to Wind, set in pre-war Barcelona, it is "a thrilling tale of lost souls and literary intrigue". Lucia Graves, daughter of Robert Graves, will translate. Weidenfeld publishes next spring.

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