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How to get more older women on TV
I enjoyed my life in news and current affairs, which started at Granada TV in 1974 and ended at the BBC in 2006. I was privileged to have visiting rights in many different worlds. I interviewed every...
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New Zealand triumphs in Commonwealth Short Story ...
The Commonwealth Foundation is a development organisation with an international remit and reach, uniquely situated at the interface between government and civil society. It develops the capacity of...
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Women writers come out tops on Granta's list
In 1983, Granta magazine’s list of the 20 most promising young British novelists under 40 ushered the likes of Martin Amis, Ian McEwan, Pat Barker and Rose Tremain on to the national stage. It was a...
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Music to murder to: crime writers on their killer...
Music and crime fiction. They go so well together that it's become something of a cliche. You know the kind of thing: the lone detective who comes into his apartment late at night, gets a beer or...
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Treasures found in ‘lostness’
Rick Gekoski’s collection of essays offers tantalising glimpses into lost treasures – among them Byron’s burned memoirs and a jewel-encrusted Rubaiyat. It’s good to have London rare book dealer Rick...
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'Groundbreaking' collection of first edition book...
Referring to a “silly” joke about a family member, Fever Pitch author Nick Hornby advises his reader to “ask yourself whether you’d make the same joke if you knew a million people were going to read...
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Sotheby's announces an extraordinary auction of 5...
LONDON.- English PEN and Sothebys announced First Editions, Second Thoughts (FEST), a ground-breaking auction in which 50 of the UK and Commonwealths most outstanding contemporary writers have...
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Writers’ second thoughts
... and Guildenstern are Dead', annotated by Tom stoppard, Faber and Faber, 1967. 'Amsterdam', annotated by Ian McEwan, Jonathan Cape, 1998. McEwan writes: “Subtitle in the first draft was...
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World Book Night 2013: half a million free books ...
... who has moved to London from somewhere else can relate to Lev's struggle to find a place to live, a job, friends, and a future,” Chevalier told the Guardian. "Now I have the task of finding...
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Pinches of Puccini, bits of Bizet
Anna Pashkova as Sleeping Beauty's Lilac Fairy in OperaMania. Opera. You either love it or hate it. For some, it's nothing more than a pantomime for posh folk, with absurd plots, endless screeching...
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