Total 10 Posts
The Magic Review: The Genius of DH Lawrence's Lady Chatterley, Harry and Meghan, Lady Hale's Grand Day Out, The Spider Brooch and The English
The Luminaries Christmas Review is out for a long-form review of Lady Chatterley's social and sexual revolution; the first look at Harry and Meghan's brave, intelligent >adh documentary on what really happened; The English and Lady Hale roams Lakes and Dales enticingly!
A snapshot of Steve McQueen, the king of cool and his best films, and an intimate glimpse inside his Malibu hideaway which he shared with Ali MacGraw, which is up for sale after it was sold in 2020 by his son Chad McQueen.
The Magic Review: The Crown Series 5, Enola Holmes, My Policeman, and Radio Memories of Horror, Honour, and Bravery from World War Two
The Luminaries Magic Film, Drama and Radio Review. This week, editor Alison Jane Reid reviews The Crown Series 5, Enola Holmes 2, My Policeman, and film and radio highlights not to be missed.
The Magic Film, Drama and Radio Review: Fifty Shades of Persuasion; Javier Bardem Plays Dirty in The Good Boss, Lady Gaga in House of Gucci and Radio Jewels...
In this week's magic film, drama and radio review, arts journalist Alison Jane Reid reviews two shades of Jane Austen's Persuasion. She studies Javier Bardem's misuse of power in the Good Boss and Kate Moss ditches wildness for meditation and gardening in the Cotswolds.
Disastrously Fab Living - Bubble Baths, the Joy and Agony of Flirting, Hot Pink Lips, Cafe Society and Early Morning Walks...
Journalist Alison Jane Reid writes the Disastrously Fabulous column - a frank funny and fearless look at life from the perils and joys of flirting to afternoon bubble baths, tai chi, hot pink lipstick and other decadent pleasures.
Magic Film, Drama and Radio Review: Steve McQueen and Natalie Wood in Love with the Proper Stranger, Impeachment, Things We Forgot to Remember
Love with The Proper Stranger - Classic Film of the Month Love with The Proper Stranger is an extraordinary and important film in any era, let alone 1963. It stars Natalie Wood and the prince of cool Steve McQueen as two people who have a one night stand after a