T.S. Eliot

The people's poet

The <i>IoS's</i> literary editor, Katy Guest, considers how Carol Ann Duffy will handle the 'poisoned chalice' of being the new Poet Laureate

Poetry enters remarkable new territory

Glitzy readings, throngs of fans &ndash; verse has never been more vibrant. John Walsh works the crowd at the TS Eliot prize, and witnesses the birth of a star

The lady vanishes: What ever happened to Fenella Fielding?

She wowed Noel Coward, fascinated Fellini and seemed destined to become a huge star. But after a vampish turn in 1966's 'Carry on Screaming', Fenella Fielding's film career never recovered. Here, she tells her amazing story &ndash; and reveals why her latest showbusiness venture has gone horribly wrong