It’s been quite a week for mistaken identity
The author shakes the hand of Winston Churchill
Oscars glamour with the Hollywood elite
Beryl Bainbridge on revolution and the revolting
Dick Cheney didn’t need a golden guinea to buy the goodwill of Harry Whittington
Jaq al-Straw is among those deluding themselves that Gordon Brown isn’t a shoo-in
The reason this magazine didn’t run those Danish cartoons was nothing to do with taste
Britain has again become a two-nation state - those who watched Big Brother and those who didn’t
Into the troisième age. It’s the new 40, you know
Is it rude just not to feel like talking?
The joy of turning out cupboards - and the horrors of the medicine cabinet
Now I remember why I chose Texas as my American home
Beware of SP — whether self-pity or starting price
If I die I hope it won’t be in Melbourne
I am already past a sensible age to edit a big newspaper
The world is, suddenly and inexplicably, obsessed with penguins
An actor’s life is either feast or famine but too many actresses now look like concentration-camp survivors
The connection between Joan Collins and the novelist Anthony Powell
Are the French riots the work of the ailing car industry?
All journalists in Baghdad are now fair game
Why did I muff my chance to become the wife of the next Conservative party leader?
My secret hero is Pot Head Pete Doherty
If you’re thinking of moving to Sydney, forget it