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DISCOVERING TUTANKHAMUN
The discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922 sparked a fascination for Egyptology that lingers to this day. It was also a testament to the persistence of a team that toiled for years without success. The 5th Earl of Carnarvon had long been an...
http://lady.co.uk/component/content/22-culture/theatre/4565-discovering-tutankhamun?Itemid=126
ART BELONGS TO THE PEOPLE!
Student protests, anti-capitalist demonstrations and a yearning to comprehend, if not reinvent, post-war society were common preoccupations throughout 1960s Europe. Nowhere was this more evident than in West Germany, where a young generation struggled...
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Cézanne And The Modern
You may be forgiven if the connection between one of our most respected art museums and a New York businessman with an interest in cold-storage facilities is one that does not readily spring to mind. Indeed, the link might never have developed had it...
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The Daily: February 22
Two bar or not two bar, Your Majesty? Temperatures may be plummeting but the Queen, it seems, is more resilient than many pensioners. In the Audience Room where Her Majesty yesterday greeted the Australian High Commissioner and his wife, gold and...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/1898-the-daily-february-22
The Daily: April 29
A First and Fourth for Dame Helen Mirren In yet another remarkable feat in her acting career, Dame Helen Mirren has been awarded her first Olivier Award for her starring role in Peter Morgan’s The Audience which opened at London’s Gielgud Theatre last...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/2237-the-daily-april-29
The Daily: April 30
Prince Charles Celebrates Abdication Prince Charles, accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, last night attended a gala dinner in Amsterdam celebrating the end of Queen Beatrix's 33 year reign. Her son became King Willem-Alexander in a brief but...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/2241-the-daily-april-30-2013
The Daily: May 1
New Ground for Downton New characters, new twists. Such is the promise of Downton Abbey which returns later this year and includes its first black actor, Gary Carr, as a charming and charismatic jazz singer. The new cast also lists Dame Kiri Te Kanawa....
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/2259-the-daily-may-1-2013
The Daily: May 3
MasterChef Triumph for Part Time DJ She's a credit controller, part time disc jockey and self confessed tomboy, but it's the quality and consistency of Natalie Coleman's cooking skills that have brought her the MasterChef title. The 29 year old Cockney...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/2272-the-daily-may-3-2013
Ed Paschke: Visionary From Chicago, 1968-2004
A childhood fascination for comic strips, complemented by a heightened sense of colour and his inspirational father, formed the foundation of Ed Paschke’s artistic leanings. These led him – in mastering the ability to disguise and capture theatrical...
http://lady.co.uk/culture/8582-ed-paschke-visionary-from-chicago-1968-2004
The Daily: February 21
Prince Harry's Bonas on the slopes The ski slopes of Switzerland may be heavy with snow but the warmth of affection between Prince Harry and his girlfriend, Cressida Bonas, has been made publicly clear. The couple are enjoying a holiday together in...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/1894-the-daily-february-21
The Daily: February 20
A novel way to celebrate Bond With the success of Bafta award winning Skyfall fresh in the minds of 007 followers, a new book to celebrate the 60th anniversary of his first adventure has been commissioned. William Boyd is the author with a publication...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/1874-the-daily-february-20
The Daily: February 19
A good life Richard Briers, whose deprecating humour entertained the nation for decades, died yesterday at his London home. He was 79 and had been suffering from emphysema. RADA trained Briers was an accomplished Shakespearean actor yet it was his...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/1862-the-daily-february-19
The Daily: February 18
Inequality Despite David Cameron selecting only four out of 47 women MPs to his cabinet, at a recent question and answer session in Mumbai with employees of Unilever, he confessed that an insufficient number of women graced the cabinet table. This...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/1854-the-daily-february-18
The Daily: November 23
BBC Appoints Pensioner as Director-General When Lord Hall, the only candidate to have been interviewed for the position of Director-General at the BBC, takes up his role next March, he will continue to draw a five figure pension from the Corporation's...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/1414-the-daily-november-23
The Daily: November 22
Nadine Dorries MP Voted Out When she embarked upon the challenges of jungle life and celebrity media, Nadine Dorries declared her aim was to connect with the public via popular TV. Whether 12 days was sufficient to fulfil her ambition is questionable....
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/1408-the-daily-november-22
The Daily: November 21
General Synod Keeps Women Under Wraps A 12 year legal process to permit women Priests to become Bishops was yesterday thwarted when the General Synod's third voting body, the House of Laity, failed to gain a two thirds majority. This issue, which has...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/1403-the-daily-november-21
The Daily: November 20
A Blue Sapphire Celebration The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh today celebrate 65 years of marriage. This is the first time a British monarch has reached such a milestone and less than 2,000 couples in the country are likely to match their record in...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/1379-the-daily-november-20
The Daily: November 19
Obama's Historic Visit President Barack Obama has made an historic visit to troubled Burma. As the first sitting US President to visit the country, he was greeted by thousands of people lining the streets as he announced that his visit, "Marks the next...
http://lady.co.uk/magazine/1375-the-daily-november-19
SAVING A CENTURY
Classical Italianate in style, 18 Staff ord Terrace, Kensington, was built in the 1870s and became home to Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne and his wife Marion, the couple bringing novel value to a neighbourhood that predominantly housed those...
http://lady.co.uk/culture/8694-saving-a-century
Great British Drawings
The Ashmolean’s universal eminence initially evolved following Elias Ashmole’s stipulation that his curiosities and antiquities be placed in a custombuilt repository. This early collection, largely bequeathed by the Tradescants during the 17th century,...
http://lady.co.uk/culture/8714-great-british-drawings

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