Quentin Willson opens his diary
Deborah MacMillan opens her diary
Hardeep Singh Kohli opens his diary
Jill Dupleix wonders why there are no films celebrating Australian food
Chrissy Iley opens her diary
Along the stretch of highway leading to the international airport in Khartoum there are illuminated signs of Sudan’s President Omar el-Bashir alternating with those of Luis Moreno-Ocampo, the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court who has indicted him.
My own paper has just been rescued from closure by the Russian oligarch and ex-KGB agent Alexander Lebedev.
I saw Henry VIII last Monday.
What a privilege to travel to rehearsals on a ferry across the glistening beauty of Sydney harbour! The Ensemble Theatre is set in an old converted boat-house on a tinkling boat-bobbing bay in a land where the sky is nearly always blue.
Happiness was receiving a selection of good books in my Christmas stocking and a cold January afternoon in front of a log fire is the perfect way to enjoy them.
Quentin Wilson opens his diary
Julia Hobsbawm opens her diary
Peter Oborne opens his diary
Joan Rivers opens her diary
Tony Hall opens his diary
I’ve just emerged from the gym, winding down after a day’s writing, when my son Sukhraj calls, alerting me to sudden news of explosions and fatalities in Mumbai.
Social networking: surely that has to be a tautology?
The daughter and I spent the last few days before the American election in Arizona.
Alexei Sayle opens his diary
Marcus du Sautoy opens his diary
Mary Wakefield writes her diary from Monrovia, Liberia
Matthew d'Ancona opens his diary
Sir Les Patterson opens up his diary
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