Sunday, 20 October 2002
Paul Vallely: The perpetual struggle of man against machineMonday, 21 October 2002
Don't talk to me about man versus machine. It was a grievous disappointment, but hardly a surprise, to hear over the weekend that the world chess champion, Vladimir Kramnik, had failed to salvage humanity's honour by beating the world's top chess...
Our Man in Paris: It's not easy in Paris to Shake, Rattle and RollMonday, 21 October 2002
I know nothing about classical music, but the quality and panache of Sir Simon Rattle impressed even someone as ignorant as me on his first appearance in Paris as the conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic. Well-heeled Parisians were anxiously solic...
Catherine Pepinster: Pope John Paul could learn a thing or two from Donatella VersaceSunday, 20 October 2002
Earlier this year, thanks to the Pope, I wasted my money. During a visit to St Peter's in Rome, I stopped in a Vatican gift shop and bought my friend Lucia a string of pink, pearly beads – a rosary. Lucia, a devout Catholic, has a fondness for ro...
William Shawcross: There will be more attacks. And they will get worseSunday, 20 October 2002
Last week Tobias Ellwood, who comes from Aldbury in Hertfordshire, flew to Bali to identify his brother Jon's remains. He gave a poignant cry that summed up the horror of the new world in which we now all live. He said his family came from a tiny...
Andrew Lloyd Webber: Phantom of the Opera writer mocked after issuing a warning about Ed Miliband and Nicola Sturgeon
'Are you beach body ready?' backlash grows as thousands sign petition calling for Protein World to remove 'body shaming' ads
Nepal earthquake live: Mount Everest sherpas reveal moment they were buried by snow amid fears more bodies are still up the mountain
Kim Kardashian admits adjusting to Bruce Jenner's life as a transwoman has been 'hard'
Teenage Aldi worker becomes internet sensation after photo of him walking an old man home from the shops goes viral
Warner Music owner Len Blavatnik tops Sunday Times Rich List
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