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Wednesday 08 January 2014
From the great outdoors to Alpine resorts and Himalayan healing
Saturday 04 January 2014
A hilltop escape with that healing feeling
Tuesday 31 December 2013
35-year-old Connie Villa has been charged with first-degree murder
Friday 20 December 2013
A painting of the former PM for the National Portrait Gallery tells us much about him
Saturday 30 November 2013
The former home of Dick Whittington combines medieval grandeur with modern comforts, says Matthew Bell
Tuesday 26 November 2013
Sunday 24 November 2013
What’s the point of this book? If it’s to introduce a new generation to the joys of P G Wodehouse’s most famous creations, then just sling one of the originals at them. If it’s a tribute to the Jeeves and Wooster writer then it’s a rather feeble one, to be honest. Faulks states in his Author’s Note that he doesn’t want to imitate or satirise, but Jeeves and the Wedding Bells certainly does imitate and verges on spoofing Wodehouse’s work at times.
Saturday 12 October 2013
Sunday 06 October 2013
James’s ghost stories are almost like Hammer horror films in their status and predictability: we know too much now of the genre to be surprised by what happens in any of them, but that doesn’t lessen the pleasure of reading them.
Wednesday 18 September 2013
Less than £200... Cresta has a trip to Paris, just before Christmas, when the city will be at its festive best. The price of £165pp includes Eurostar from London St Pancras on 13 December with three nights' B&B accommodation at the Ambassade Hotel. Crestaholidays.co.uk
Saturday 14 September 2013
Private pools, pampering spas, and isolated villas
Monday 26 August 2013
Thanks to Feydeau and his followers, we tend to think of farce as the most sex-fuelled of genres, full of randy bourgeois types, bent on bedding one another, who desperately struggle to keep up a front of respectability as the frenzy mounts and their reputations disintegrate with a hurtling, remorseless logic. The improprieties are a good deal less priapic and the pace considerably gentler in the work of Ben Travers, whose 1927 Aldwych farce is now engagingly revived at the Park Theatre by Eleanor Rhode for Snapdragon Productions in Clive Francis's new adaptation.
Friday 23 August 2013
Testimony given during former Communist Party chief’s trial reveals why his wife murdered Neil Heywood
Friday 23 August 2013
Win a bottle of wine
Saturday 10 August 2013
This stylish villa offers the privacy of home, plus easy access to watersports and restaurants, finds James Litston
Is Britain really full up? Are migrants taking our jobs? Leading academic answers the most common anti-immigration claims
Calais Migrant Crisis: Deputy Mayor of Calais labels Cameron's use of 'swarm' as 'racist' and 'ignorant'
Chris Leslie: Jeremy Corbyn's anti-austerity agenda will harm the poor, says Labour shadow Chancellor
Landlords renting properties to illegal immigrants to face up to five years in prison
While we fixate on Calais, the Home Office is quietly deporting dozens of migrants on 'ghost flights'
Labour leadership race: Jeremy Corbyn could be the next Prime Minister, says Ken Clarke
- 1 Edward Heath 'raped 12 year-old boy at Mayfair flat'
- 2 London is the most googled city in the world
- 3 Porn block in India: hundreds of sexual websites banned, internet outraged
- 4 Giant Minion terrorises drivers in Ireland as 40ft inflatable blocks traffic on Dublin road
- 5 Richard Dawkins ridicules Sabrina Corgatelli for claiming her giraffe kill was 'ethical'