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Book Review: Margaret Thatcher, Volume II – The Iron Lady by John Campbell

A masterful biography charting the rise and fall of the mistress of Downing Street. Read More »

Book Review: Enid Blyton – The Biography by Barbara Stoney

An absorbing biography shines a light on the most successful children's author of the twentieth century. Read More »

Eurovision Song Contest 2007: The Official CD

Bellowing Balts, warbling Walloons, melodious Maltesers: they're all here on this CD previewing the 52nd Eurovision Song Contest Read More »

Concert Review: Petula Clark at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

A wonderful evening of music and memories with a stylish, stellar performer. Nothing less than perfect. Read More »

Book Review: The Brothers Bishop by Bart Yates

A powerful, haunting novel, dealing honestly with themes that have perhaps remained too long in the closet. Read More »

Book Review: The Stolen Prince by Hugh Barnes

Before the phrase was ever imagined, Abram Petrovich Gannibal had become the emodiment of "young, gifted and black." Read More »

Book Review: Travels with My Donkey – One Man and His Ass on a Pilgrimage to Santiago by Tim Moore

Tim Moore and his four-legged friend need more than the power of prayer on a pilgrimage to Santiago. Read More »

A Night At the Opera: The BAFTA Awards

A coronation at Britain's answer to the Oscars. Read More »

Book Review: The Pontiff in Winter -Triumph and Conflict in the Reign of John Paul II by John Cornwell

Not the expected hatchet job, this analysis offers a critical assessment of John Paul’s 26 years in office and the unfortunate legacy he left behind. Read More »

Montreal: La Vie En Rose

A seductive blend of North American energy and European style. And for gay visitors, the attractions are endless. Read More »