The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The Man Within
I was living in my house in Stockwell, south London, and working hard on The Loss of El Dorado. I didn't want to do this interview: I didn't care for Greene's post-war work, and didn't see how I could avoid that difficulty. I told John Anste...  | Read.. 
When the stars shine down
Watching Real Madrid, they say, is not just watching a club play football. It is being witness to a grand soap opera filled w ...  | Read.. 
Passage to England
Bye, Hello!
Having a ball
Tittle tattle
In the company of Bapu
They call it the pathology of normality. 'We psychoanalysts believe that if everything about a person is normal, there must be something wrong,' explains Sudhir Kakar. But it's when everything is not normal about a person that he sits down to write a...  | Read.. 
Last Word: Invasive army
At the best of times, a gynaecological exam is an ordeal. It requires the patient to be naked in front of a stranger who's going to employ instruments straight out of a torture chamber in order to examine intimate bits and bobs. ...  | Read.. 
Full disclosure
Reduced life sentence
Strange bedfellows
Like mom made
The Man Within
Fuel's paradise