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    1. May 18, 2014

      Pope’s ‘Last Supper’ mass raises Jewish hackles

      A plan by Pope Francis to celebrate mass in a Jerusalem room believed by Christians to have hosted the Last Supper has...

    2. May 14, 2013

      Hell is other people

      Inferno by Dan Brown, Bantam, RRP£20/Doubleday RRP$29.95, 480 pages The plot of Inferno, the new blockbuster thriller from...

    1. October 26, 2012

      Book groups begin difficult chapter

      Industry executives have already dubbed it Random Penguin. But what to call a merged Random House and Penguin is the least...

    2. March 20, 2012

      Italian insurance: a tangled web

      Dan Brown could easily top The Da Vinci Code with a page-turner on Italy’s web of banking, political and corporate...

    3. August 5, 2011

      The hunting of the snark

      These are bleak times for authors. Most of us – by which I mean those not in the exalted realm inhabited by JK Rowling and...

    4. March 22, 2011

      Suppliers to the Square Mile

      When Jurga Zilinskiene set up Today Translations a decade ago, the choice of location seemed simple. After working as a...

    5. February 21, 2011

      Proust Was a Neuroscientist

      Proust Was a Neuroscientist, by Jonah Lehrer, Canongate, RRP£16.99, 256 pages Was Proust a neuroscientist? Well, in a manner...

    6. November 5, 2010

      The essence of humanity

      The current show at the Wallace Collection in London, Poussin to Seurat: French Drawings from the National Gallery of...

    7. FT Alphaville

      June 14, 2010

      Attention Frank Timis! Warzone investment opportunity awaits

      International commodity explorers – send for your tin hats and Kevlar vests. The New York Times reported on Sunday that the...

    8. May 17, 2010

      The Great Perhaps

      The Great Perhaps, by Joe Meno, Macmillan £12.99, 416 pages, FT Bookshop price: £10.39The Great Perhaps belongs to a highly...

    9. April 8, 2010

      Polar Bears

      Mark Haddon has an aversion to being pigeon-holed. However, since he is best known for his 2003 novel The Curious Incident...

    10. April 7, 2010

      Polar Bears, Donmar Warehouse, London

      Mania: Jodhi May Mark Haddon has an aversion to being pigeon-holed. However, since he is best known for his 2003 novel The...

    11. April 5, 2010

      The World That Never Was

      The World That Never Was: The True Story of Dreamers, Schemers, Anarchists and Secret Agents By Alex Butterworth The Bodley...

    12. March 12, 2010

      Monumentally misguided

      How might you celebrate cultural diversity in built form? The London borough of Tower Hamlets thought it had the answer: a...

    13. February 14, 2010

      PhD financial course oversubscribed

      Wannabe hedge fund managers have a new way into the industry, albeit not necessarily an easy one.The government-funded UK...

    14. February 14, 2010

      PhD financial course oversubscribed

      Wannabe hedge fund managers have a new way into the industry, albeit not necessarily an easy one.The government-funded UK...

    15. January 25, 2010

      Six Degrees of Separation

      John Guare's 1990 play popularised the notion that anyone on the planet can be mapped to anyone else in a chain of no more...

    16. January 24, 2010

      Six Degrees of Separation, The Old Vic, London

      Obi Abili as Paul Poitier John Guare’s 1990 play popularised the notion that anyone on the planet can be mapped to anyone...

    17. January 13, 2010

      Google's drive to put books online needs a wider debate

      You can download the latest Dan Brown novel to your Kindle in even less time than it takes to forget the content. You can...

    18. January 12, 2010

      Google’s books drive needs a wider debate

      You can download the latest Dan Brown novel to your Kindle in even less time than it takes to forget the content. You can...

    19. October 12, 2009

      Misadventures of the Most Favoured Nations

      Misadventures of the Most Favoured Nations: Clashing Egos, Inflated Ambitions and the Great Shambles of the World Trade...

    20. October 2, 2009

      Dan Brown and the mystery of the lost profit margin

      According to his publisher, Dan “Da Vinci Code” Brown’s latest book, The Lost Symbol, sold more copies in its first 36 hours...

    21. September 26, 2009

      Vital antidote to conspiracy dross

      From Mr Nick Phillips. Sir, Rosie Blau’s article on Dan Brown reminded me that there exists a parody of The Da Vinci Code...

    22. FT Alphaville

      September 24, 2009

      Holy See names new CEO

      No, we’re not talking about the Pope; Benedict XVI is no fan of capitalism, in any event. But not everyone in the Vatican...

    23. FT Alphaville

      September 23, 2009

      Lunch Wrap

      On FT Alphaville Wednesday morning, - Land of the eternal ATM. - Did the Cadbury CEO really say that? - Lloyds as...

    24. FT Alphaville

      September 23, 2009

      Oh no! Dan Brown to the rescue...

      Has it come to this? Dan Brown the ubiquitous author of The Da Vinci Code and now, the record-breaking The Lost Symbol among...

    25. September 19, 2009

      The Lost Symbol

      The Lost Symbol By Dan Brown Bantam Press, £18.99, 509 pages FT Bookshop price: £15.19 Rarely can the publication of a...

    26. September 18, 2009

      Man in the News: Dan Brown

      Whether you love or loathe his thrillers, it is impossible to deny that Dan Brown has uncovered one holy grail: how to...

    27. September 18, 2009

      Drawing comfort from conspiracy

      The release of Dan Brown's book The Lost Symbol this week was the kind of "event publishing" usually reserved for books...

    28. September 16, 2009

      Role Model: Gary Hird, IT manager and author

      Gary Hird’s colleagues joke that his literary achievements pose little threat to Dan Brown, the Da Vinci Code author, but he...

    29. September 12, 2009

      A novel approach

      The phenomenal success of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code has unintended consequences that are wholly beneficent. Roslin...

    30. August 21, 2009

      Screen gems boosts Cineworld

      Britons’ insatiable appetite for new films helped Cineworld, the UK’s second-largest cinema operator, buck the media sector...

    31. May 14, 2009

      Ciphers cracked at a giddy pace

      In the beginning were the words and the words were "box office". Whatever would the world do triennially in mid-May without...

    32. May 13, 2009

      Film reviews: Ciphers cracked at a giddy pace

      Angels and Demons (★★★☆☆, Ron Howard) Synecdoche, New York (★★☆☆☆, Charlie Kaufman) Viva (★★★★☆, Anna Biller) French Film (...

    33. July 9, 2008

      GMAC and FBI expose test cheats

      It has all the makings of a summer blockbusterintellectual property theft, suspects fleeing the country, the FBI. But this...

    34. July 8, 2008

      GMAC and FBI expose test cheats

      It has all the makings of a summer blockbusterintellectual property theft, suspects fleeing the country, the FBI. But this...

    35. December 8, 2007

      A case of the right to lampoon or not

      From Mr John Parfitt. Sir, Nigel Andrews (“A plea to keep the holy out of Hollywood”), December 1) need have no fear that he...

    36. November 17, 2007

      Pharaoh in a food hall

      Tutankhamun at the Dome falls somewhere between Iain Sinclair and Dan Brown. Sinclair, oracle of east London's toxic...

    37. November 16, 2007

      Pharaoh in a food hall

      Tutankhamun at the Dome falls somewhere between Iain Sinclair and Dan Brown. Sinclair, oracle of east London’s toxic...

    38. June 30, 2007

      The Medici Curse

      The Medici Curse by Matt Chamings Faber £6.99, 314 pages FT bookshop price: £5.59 You might reasonably expect Da Vinci...

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