Books

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From The Graduate to The Witches of Eastwick and Richard 111, Meet Angela Cobbin, Queen of Wigs for Film, Opera, Broadway and the West End!

My Name is Not Wigs, a book extract from Angela Cobbin, wig-maker extraordinaire to Broadway offering an intimate glimpse behind the stage door with the greatest actors of our times from Helen Mirren to Woody Harrelson.

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Dancing on Tables, Lost Girls and Stevie Wonder

Dancing on Tables, Lost Girls and Stevie Wonder, an unmissable, funny and charismatic extract from the celebrity journalism memories of Alison Jane Reid. AJ has worked for The Times, You, The Lady and Mirror Group and her interviews have been read across the globe.

Daniel Snowman - A Life In Stories from Placido Domingo to Maria Callas and President Harry Truman

Just Passing Through, writer and man at the BBC, Daniel Snowman, talks about his front-row seat on culture from an interview with ex-President Harry Truman to working on a feature with Lord Snowdon about Placido Domingo.

Chocolate, Food of the Gods Medicine and All its Secrets!

The Secret Life of Chocolate - an extract from the book on chocolate and its medicinal benefits by Marcus Patchett that deserves to become the chocolate, food as medicine bible.

Dear Readers Welcome to The Luminaries Magazine - For the Very Best Journalism on Film, Drama, Icons, Deliciously Organic Food and Slow Fashion

The Luminaries is an independent arts and culture magazine. It is edited by journalist, feature writer and broadcaster Alison Jane Reid. The Luminaries covers icons, film, drama, books, music, slow fashion and regenerative food and health.

The Secret Life of Coco Chanel

Living with Chanel, an extract from Caroline Young's New Book on how places, travel, people and her early life in a convent shapes Chanel's revolutionary fashion ideas.
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