Long before he became prime minister, David Cameron heeded a piece of advice he had been given by Barack Obama.
Long before he became prime minister, David Cameron heeded a piece of advice he'd been given by Barack Obama.
I got an exciting email the other day asking me to be a regional expert in a new book about pizza.
At a time when the UK Government is taking measures to shore up the oil industry and protect it from falling prices, less has been said about a recent report that concludes that, if dangerous global warming is to be avoided, we need to leave unextracted most of the world's present and still to be discovered fossil fuel reserves.
Are the end-of-life needs of people with dementia different from those faced by other people receiving palliative care?
"HELL, yes - I'm tough enough." It has become the catch phrase of the general election, recycled by commentators, comedians and the Twitterati meme-merchants.
It's been a good week for ...
SO far, it's all been a bit Disgusted, Tunbridge Wells, like those letters to Points Of View demanding to know why (oh, why) there are foreign imports on TV.
SPEAKING as a confirmed snob, it was with equal amounts of disbelief and despair that I read in yesterday's Herald about the re-emergence of the Scottish rock band Gun.
Your starter for ten: what's the correct term for a TV show in which the interviewer attracts more attention than those being interviewed?
A rather interesting form of attempted political wooing could be observed last week.
The Campaign for Scottish Home Rule was always absolutely clear we had to involve people from across Scotland in the debate about Scotland's constitutional future.
The bank, the post office, the dentist, the big garage and the petanque court are all to be found on the village's Boulevard des Amoureux.
"Who's Ed Jamieson?" I ask J.
OLD people are at it.