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Wednesday 23 March 2011, 11:46
Elizabeth Taylor, perhaps the last of the movie icons of the golden era, has died, aged 79. She was a troubled person but an undisputed star. Philip French, The Guardian's film critic, said in a profile:
...she was exploited by every gossip columnist and patronised by virtually every film reviewer,...
Friday 1 January 2010, 14:33
I last saw John Cushnie in mid-December recording a special Christmas edition of Gardeners' Question Time (GQT) at The Museum of Gardening History in Lambeth Palace.
He was well - and in full flow. He was a handsome man and a very big presence. There was no sign at all of anything wrong - so his death...
Thursday 29 October 2009, 16:00
Editor's note. I asked Vanessa Whitburn, Editor of The Archers, for some words about Norman Painting, who died today:
The sad news about the death of Norman Painting is only a few hours old; and already messages of love and condolence have been pouring in from friends and fans alike. They are a tribute...
Sunday 19 July 2009, 14:20
Editor's note: when Alexandra Feachem told me she was making a documentary about Supercentenarians - those remarkable people who live beyond 110 years - and that she was attending Henry Allingham's 113th birthday party, I asked her to write a blog post about it. Sadly, since I asked her, Henry Allingham...
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