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The Mitford Murders review: A gentle, old-fashioned novel

The Mitford Murders review: A gentle, old-fashioned novel

The Mitford Murders  by Jessica Fellowes (Sphere, £12.99) To this day, the crime remains unsolved. But Fellowes, author of the Downton Abbey companion books, has taken the bones of this real-life mystery and fashioned her own solution. Louisa Cannon, 18,

yesterday, 00:13 in Entertainment
 
How Hard Can It Be? review: Tussles with many issues facing women today

How Hard Can It Be? review: Tussles with many issues facing women today

How Hard Can It Be? by Allison Pearson (The Borough Press, £14.99) Her husband Rich is in the throes of a full-blown midlife crisis, training as a counsellor and preoccupied by his newfound passion for cycling. Their daughter Emily is having a tough time

yesterday, 00:13 in Entertainment
 
The Break review: Races along with Marian Keyes' trademark energy

The Break review: Races along with Marian Keyes' trademark energy

The Break by Marian Keyes (Michael Joseph, £20) Although he assures her he will come back, there will be no contact between them while he is away. Amy is devastated but has no choice but to carry on as usual. She has a large and chaotic family: she is th

yesterday, 00:13 in Entertainment
 
Short story: Edith’s Big Night Out by Suellen Dainty

Short story: Edith’s Big Night Out by Suellen Dainty

Edith patted her right-hand coat pocket as she walked into Sloane Square tube station. Force of habit. She knew her Freedom Pass was there, just as she knew her house keys were in the zippered section of her bag. But it never hurt to check. Her friends s

yesterday, 00:13 in Entertainment
 
Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Jonnie Peacock to change peoples views on disability

Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Jonnie Peacock to change peoples views on disability

Sprint champion Jonnie Peacock MBE, who won paralympic gold, wants viewers to see that having a disability is not a bar to putting on a good show – and joked that it could be his turn to waltz off with the glitterball this series.  Jonnie’s right leg was

yesterday, 00:10 in Showbiz
 
EastEnders spoilers: James Willmott-Brown and Max Branning to DESTROY Walford?

EastEnders spoilers: James Willmott-Brown and Max Branning to DESTROY Walford?

In tomorrow night’s episode of the BBC soap, the power-hungry Chairman of Weyland and Co. (played by William Boyde) starts to begin his ruthless takeover of the East London suburb. He will be looking over a map of Walford as he plans to make his next mov

yesterday, 00:10 in Showbiz
 
Antinques Roadshow star has an emotional reunion with his childhood chum Sooty

Antinques Roadshow star has an emotional reunion with his childhood chum Sooty

Ronnie Archer-Morgan played with the puppet as a boy when its creator Harry Corbett visited his children’s home. The miscellany dealer is visibly touched as he meets collector Sue, who brought the little yellow bear and his doggy companion Sweep to the r

yesterday, 00:10 in Showbiz
 
TV round-up: Doc Martin, Cormoran Strike and more

TV round-up: Doc Martin, Cormoran Strike and more

A couple of years later you give it up as a bad job. And TV shows? Well, you normally expect a series to outlive itself after five or so years – think Downton Abbey – before you hear people saying, “Is that still on the television?” Well, yes.  Doc Marti

yesterday, 00:10 in Showbiz
 
Benedict Cumberbatch on filming new BBC drama The Child In Time: We were under pressure

Benedict Cumberbatch on filming new BBC drama The Child In Time: We were under pressure

What's it like being global TV and film star Benedict Cumberbatch? Well it can be a little trying now, he reveals in London launching his new TV drama. While filming the opening scenes of The Child In Time in a supermarket, Cumberbatch says, “We were und

yesterday, 00:10 in Showbiz
 
Mr Darcy’s turned Italian! Colin Firth gets dual citizenship after Brexit vote

Mr Darcy’s turned Italian! Colin Firth gets dual citizenship after Brexit vote

But last night it emerged that actor Colin Firth, whose roles include the King himself, had been made an Italian citizen.  His career was kickstarted by his 1995 portrayal of Mr Darcy in the television adaptation of Pride And Prejudice.  Since then he ha

yesterday, 00:04 in World News
 
Donald Trump issues Brexit WARNING: UK must be free to sign trade deal by 2020

Donald Trump issues Brexit WARNING: UK must be free to sign trade deal by 2020

The leader of the free world reacted “impatiently” last night to confirmation by Theresa May that Britain will have a two-year transition deal with Brussels before leaving the EU.  The source said: “The President told me ‘They’ve got it all to play for.

yesterday, 00:04 in World News
 
Trump advisor: Ethical capitalism is ONLY way to save Britain’s High Street

Trump advisor: Ethical capitalism is ONLY way to save Britain’s High Street

Launching a scathing attack on asset-stripping Sir Philip Green and the BHS fiasco, economist and academic Dr Ted Malloch warned that business was still failing to learn lessons from the global crash of 2007 in its unremitting pursuit of short-term profi

yesterday, 00:04 in World News
 
Pope Francis writes book on how to be happy

Pope Francis writes book on how to be happy

Pope Francis will publish Happiness in This Life on December 14, in time for Christmas.  In it he explains how people can bring meaning and purpose to their lives.  The book will be made up of the Pontiff’s teachings, organised by themes, which include “

yesterday, 00:04 in World News
 
Jacob Rees-Mogg: US falls under the spell of ‘Moggmania’

Jacob Rees-Mogg: US falls under the spell of ‘Moggmania’

For the old Etonian Tory MP is proving a surprise hit in America where “Moggmania” appears to have spread across the pond.  Having been endorsed as a future prime minister by the National Review, the so-called “Bible of US conservatism”, the popular back

yesterday, 00:04 in World News
 
Hughie Fury BEATEN by Joseph Parker to heavyweight title fight with Tyson watching on

Hughie Fury BEATEN by Joseph Parker to heavyweight title fight with Tyson watching on

Parker was the more active fighter through and Fury's elusive style proved not enough to win the judges over. Fury's camp celebrated the final bell as though it was a foregone conclusion but he did not win one card, losing a majority decision with one dr

Saturday, 23:57 in Sport
 


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