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NORMAN Lebrecht recently won the Whitbread first book award #8211; at the age of 54. He tells EMMA BROCKES why it took him so long.
What#8217;s the significance of hitting a shoe on Saddam Hussein#8217;s face? LINTON WEEKS finds out.
The spate of maternally themed tear-jerkers on national television, special supplements in the newspapers and advertisements for buffet lunches this past week should, unless you#8217;ve just emerged from a cave somewhere, alert you to the fact that it#8217;s Mothers#8217; Day tomorrow.
Imagine your plate containing the most foods from the lowest level and less from the higher levels of the Pyramid.
Analysis by Joceline Tan
Ah, to be in England now that summer's here. Oh, and Scotland too. LEE SIEW PENG gets an exclusive look-in at two quintessentially British summer 'Experiences'.
Istanbul, the mighty intercontinental City of the Ages has more culture than you know what to do with -- and you've got just 48 hours to get to know the places. ERIK FEARN goes on a memorable tour of Istanbul, without ever getting on a tour bus.
By MARY SCHNEIDER
TWO WEEKS ago, I described how Lin Feng, secretary-general of the Chinese Chess Association, was struggling with his game in the rapid chess event of this year#8217;s Merdeka team chess championship.
He's bold. He's eccentric. His clothes have provocative messages about the troubles that currently plague the world. Meet Arkadius - the most-talked about designer at the recently-concluded Spring/Summer 2004 London Fashion Week. In an exclusive interview with RENEE CHOONG, he speaks candidly about his state of mind, his wacky introduction of political fashion and his interest up in Asia.