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Friday 09 April 2010
To some, the sight of a handful of British wine critics raising their glasses in a Chinese restaurant in protest against plans to build a bridge across the vineyards of the Mosel might seem somewhat incongruous. Ridiculous even.
Monday 05 April 2010
Imagine making a classic spy film like From Russia with Love and in the closing sequence the tall, leggy, dazzlingly attractive girl disappears into the sunset in a speedboat not with Sean Connery but with a shortish, dull- looking man who resembles an old-fashioned bank manager. Not a recipe for box-office appeal, obviously. But that is the real likeness of a spy, or was, according to a file recently released from the National Archives in Kew concerning the recruitment of spies during the Second World War.
Wednesday 03 March 2010
Thursday 31 December 2009
One winner scooped £10.2 million in last night's National Lottery draw, Camelot said.
Wednesday 30 December 2009
Thursday 24 December 2009
This weekend's National Lottery draw will be a £7 million rollover after Wednesday's jackpot went unclaimed.
Friday 04 December 2009
Distinguished actor Richard Todd, best known for his role in the classic war film The Dam Busters, has died at the age of
Joseph Wiseman: Actor of stage and screen who played the title role in the 1962 James Bond movie 'Dr. No'
Tuesday 27 October 2009
The Canadian actor Joseph Wiseman had a long career in which he gave distinguished performances on stage, screen and television, with particular success in roles of deception or villainy. With his gaunt demeanour, narrow eyes and thin lips, he conveyed an air of menace with an unsettling instability, and was rarely to be trusted.
Friday 16 October 2009
Jessica Alba doesn't do ugly. The actress is in negotiations to join the Ben Stiller-Robert De Niro comedy 'Little Fockers'.
Friday 16 October 2009
Did you assume that James Bond went to Eton – like Cameron? Only for a "brief and undistinguished" spell, according to his Times obituary in You Only Live Twice.
Thursday 08 October 2009
According to the comedian George Burns, "happiness is a having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city". How about another country? And how about a family that you don't even know exists?
Friday 21 August 2009
Ernö Goldfinger – the architectural establishment's favourite villain (the inspiration for his Bond-baddy-namesake, no less) – was not just the man behind Brutalism's favourite behemoth, Trellick Tower in London's Kensington. He also had a softer side. Just look at the exhibition currently showing at Hampstead's 2 Willow Road (Goldfinger's one-time home and now a National Trust property). It features the architect's lesser-known work on Abbatt's toy shop, a Wimpole Street outlet best-known as an exemplar of 1930s Modernism, containing many a twee treat too. "It was more of a gallery built at child-height," says the curator Jane Audas. "It was full of traditional wooden toys sourced from all over the world and sharp children's furniture."
Thursday 20 August 2009
Former Bond girl Ursula Andress has been named the ultimate ‘Bikini Goddess’ in a new poll of British women.
Sunday 12 July 2009
A grade I-listed London building that doubled as part of Fort Knox in the 1964 Bond flick Goldfinger will go up for sale within 10 days.
Tuesday 30 June 2009
European judges today said yes to a German company's bid to trademark Dr No - despite opposition from the American owners of the rights to the James Bond films.
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