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JOHN LE CARRE'S MEASURED FURY

Notes on a Voice: Emma Hogan gives away the spywriter's secrets read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsEmma HoganMay/June 2013notes on a voice

SEBASTIAO SALGADO'S ETHIOPIA

The exhibition "Genesis" was eight years in the making. The photographer tells Simon Willis what drew him to Ethiopia read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsJanuary/February 2012Photo EssaySimon Willis

PETER MORGAN'S RECENT PAST

The Visual CV: he’s done Blair and Brown, Blair and the Queen, Frost and Nixon, and now the Queen and a whole nest of PMs—including Mrs Thatcher. Matthew Sweet tracks a writer who feels two heads are better copy than one read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsMarch/April 2013Matthew SweetThe Visual CV

A DANCER'S DEMONS

Why did Polunin walk out on a golden career with the Royal Ballet, sounding like a lost boy. And what happened next? Julie Kavanagh goes to Kiev and Moscow to talk to him, his parents and his mentors read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsDANCEFEATURESJulie KavanaghProfilesSeptember/October 2012

EVERYTHING IN THE YARD DANCED

Found in Translation: Simon Willis enjoys a Portuguese novel of exuberance and desolation read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsbooksFound in translationMarch/April 2013Simon WillisTeolinda Gersao

THE THREE FOR ALL

At the Cinema: Tom Shone reckons that great films arise when director, star and protagonist all merge into one read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsAt the CinemafilmMarch/April 2013Tom Shone

A STONE SHIP GONE ASHORE

OrkneyMuseum1.jpg Gable-end to the Atlantic, the Stromness Museum is packed with the flotsam and jetsam of Orkney’s past. The poet Kathleen Jamie combs through its treasures read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT Artsauthors on museumsKathleen JamieMarch/April 2013Places

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