The mid-life crisis takes many different forms
The boring thing about dieting is talking about it
The services now lack a political or media constituency
No mother-in-law is a heroine to her son-in-law, except mine
Just back from a weekend in Venice, attending the Biennale
The joys of Shaftesbury - the town that Thatcherism missed
Has something gone disastrously awry with the nation’s young women?
Visiting the multi-coloured swap shop that is the municipal dump
Celebrating Rada’s hundred-year anniversary
The trouble with country life is that it is so unhealthy
It will not be too long before Britain faces the same obesity problems as America
We are winning back the buggy vote
So much time on the hustings, not enough time with my mistress
Rejected by publishers, trumped by seagulls? time to go on the razzle
This election is a swindle. It is a fraud on the electorate.
The solution to a problem which has foxed the finest political minds for many years
Introducing the Grundys to 'The Spirit of Sissinghurst'
The perfect 80th birthday present for the woman who has everything
Diaries are the most difficult things to write
Our sense of outrage has become blunted
It's time the Academy gave the Oscar nod to Martin Scorsese
Has Dame Edna become Graham Norton?
How long will it be before we move on from hunting to fishing
Our soaps are a credit to our national temperament
Critics want to be loved, like everyone else