Tag Archives: V&A Museum

Randolph Remembered

The Daily Beast has published a memoir of Randolph Churchill by Clive Irving. This is in response to Randolph’s relative neglect in the wake of all the attention accorded to his father following two recent successful film treatments and several … Continue reading

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Waugh in the Food Columns

Lisa Hilton, biographer, novelist and now food critic for Standpoint magazine, was apparently assigned to write a review of a new Italian restaurant in Covent Garden called Margot. This establishment was downgraded by some other food critics such as Jay … Continue reading

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Scoop in the News

There are several references to Scoop in the recent London papers. The TLS has an article in its Blog about the comic use of the language of telegrams. It mentions novels by P G Wodehouse, Mikhail Bulgakov and John Swartzwelder … Continue reading

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V&A Reunites Brideshead

Last night at the Victoria & Albert Museum there was a panel discussion relating to the Granada TV 1980s  production of Brideshead Revisited.  The panel included actors Diana Quick (Julia Flyte) and Nicholas Grace (Anthony Blanche) as well as Derek … Continue reading

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