Arts and Entertainment
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Escape! Giles Fuchs, Owner of Burgh Island Hotel, Agatha Christie's Favourite Art Deco Writing Haven On the Art of Slowing Down
Last Night I dreamt I was at Burgh Island again... Journalist Alison Jane Reid talks to Burgh Island Hotelier and entrepreneur Giles Fuchs on the arts of slowing down in the spirit of Agatha Christie
Magic Film, Drama & Radio Review - Gary Cooper and Anna Sten the Ukrainian Garbo, Simon Armitage & Prince Charles in a Shed, Maria Callas and Man Up
The Magic Film, Drama and Radio Review, by leading arts journalist Alison Jane Reid. This week, Gary Cooper and Anna Sten, the Ukrainian Garbo in the Wedding Night, Prince Charles in his shed with Simon Armitage, Maria Callas, Man Up and more!
This week, The Luminaries Magazine magic film, radio and drama review wallows in Vivien Leigh's slice of life thirties movies, together with Anatomy of a Scandal, Five Clint Eastwood Films to celebrate his birthday and Dr Michael Mosley's Just One Thing Podcast.
Camille Pissarro is redefined not just as the rebel 'Impressionist' but rather as a rare, multi-talented genius who could draw and engrave as well as he painted in a major new film and exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum of his life and art writes journalist Alison Jane Reid.
May Luminary: Rose Hulse, Founder of ScreenHits TV Talks Bridgerton, Love on a Scottish Grouse Moor, Africa and The New Golden Age in Television
Rose Hulse the founder and CEO of ScreenHits TV is the May Luminary Interview. Rose talks Bridgerton, Shonda Rhimes, setting foot on African soil, how to be a lionheart entrepreneur and what it takes to make a bi-racial marriage work as the wife of an English aristocrat.
Happy birthday to Andie MacDowell writes arts journalist Alison Jane Reid. The actress was the ultimate, unattainable dreamgirl opposite Hugh Grant in Four Weddings and a Funeral, artistic trailer trash in Maid and a piece of wacky, inspired casting in the British comedy Cuckoo.
It's Witchcraft! How we want to be Elizabeth Montgomery, the sixties actress, activist and star of the cult comedy Bewitched writes arts and entertainment journalist Alison Jane Reid.