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    1. March 6, 2013

      The Audience, Gielgud Theatre, London

      Here is a bizarre contradiction: the year’s biggest West End theatrical opening so far actually has disconcertingly little...

    2. August 9, 2012

      Celts, kilts and a pixel porridge

      Where do artists belong in the world today? Should they root themselves in their own countries as painters, writers,...

    1. November 11, 2011

      A hung verdict on the jury system

      Peter Morgan, the author or co-author of such royal and tyrannical entertainments as King Ralph, Henry VIII, The Queen, The...

    2. January 26, 2011

      Film releases: January 28

      Fine-spun pessimism: Fikret Portakal in ‘Men on the Bridge’ Two films about dying and contact with the dead. Potentially...

    3. December 10, 2010

      ‘Black reads as intelligence’

      James Scott Linville wears a Nick Hilton jacket, Levi’s jeans and Uniqlo cashmere jumper You would think that the hardest...

    4. October 18, 2010

      KKR / Perpetual

      Private equity used to turn up its nose at financial stocks, considering them over-regulated, over-leveraged and...

    5. October 15, 2009

      Finance director

      Film director Richard Loncraine has spent much of the summer shooting The Special Relationship. Scripted by Peter Morgan as...

    6. August 19, 2009

      Tory asks council to help pay private school fees

      A senior Conservative councillor has raised the temperature in the debate on whether the state should pay for private...

    7. August 18, 2009

      Tory asks council to help pay school fees

      A senior Conservative councillor has raised the temperature in the debate on whether the state should pay for private school...

    8. March 28, 2009

      Films on release - Nigel Andrews

      The Damned United Tom Hooper 97 mins (15) How we love our sporting monsters. Brian Clough was a split-personality football...

    9. March 27, 2009

      Damned rebellion of English football’s eccentric answer toMuhammad Ali

      Muhammad Ali appears on the brown 1970s’ television set, feigning anger: “Some fella in London, England, named Brian...

    10. March 14, 2009

      Nigel Andrews on reality-drama's special relationship

      It started with the 2003 TV drama The Deal . Writer Peter Morgan penned a taut, impudently compelling script about the...

    11. January 24, 2009

      Frost/Nixon

      Frost/Nixon Ron Howard 122 mins (15) Ron Howard's film from Peter Morgan's script, adapting his stage play about the...

    12. November 21, 2008

      Oxford Instruments reveals jump in net debt

      Shares in Oxford Instruments slumped after it revealed its net debt had jumped more than 50 per cent in the past six months....

    13. May 27, 2008

      IAG chief quits after QBE snub

      Insurance Australia Group's chief executive has quit because he lost the support of key shareholders after rejecting an...

    14. May 26, 2008

      IAG chief quits after spurning QBE

      The chief executive of Insurance Australia Group (IAG) quit on Monday after losing the support of key shareholders following...

    15. January 31, 2008

      Asia's export-led economies seek to diversify their options

      Asia's export-dependent eco-nomies are hoping that decoupling - the notion that the rest of the world can grow even with...

    16. January 31, 2008

      Asia knows divorce offers best hope of a happy future

      Asia's export-dependent economies have shown strong signs in recent weeks that they could survive a slowdown in the US....

    17. January 30, 2008

      Asia economies hope for happy divorce

      Asia’s export-dependent economies are hoping that decoupling – the notion that the rest of the world can grow even with the...

    18. October 9, 2007

      Full signatories

      Peter Baker Patrick Barbour Grahame Berkeley Tony Bickford Julian Blackwell Roger Brooke Peter Buckley Sir John Craven Sir...

    19. April 26, 2007

      GuideArts around the world

      Amsterdam MAX BECKMANN Caustic and colourful, the German artist Max Beckmann was revered in the Weimar Republic, but...

    20. April 24, 2007

      Frost/Nixon, Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, New York

      There is less here than meets the eye. That may seem an ironic remark about a drama that at its climactic moment employs a...

    21. March 3, 2007

      An Oscar makes a monarchy of us

      The Academy Award that Dame Helen Mirren won last week for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth has launched a fresh round of...

    22. January 20, 2007

      Theatre

      The Seagull - NEW After some nine years as its artistic director, Ian Rickson bids farewell to the Royal Court. Under him,...

    23. January 11, 2007

      Ugandan tyrant defeated by Hollywoodism

      If you press too many buttons at once, a machine goes haywire. It's the same principle with a movie, yet the lesson is...

    24. January 10, 2007

      Ugandan tyrant defeated by Hollywoodism

      If you press too many buttons at once, a machine goes haywire. It’s the same principle with a movie, yet the lesson is never...

    25. November 17, 2006

      ‘I see myself as a complicated mongrel’

      Peter Morgan, who wrote the screenplay for The Queen, is a lean man of 43 with pale blue eyes and the greyish skin of...

    26. October 28, 2006

      Marooned on planet mediocre

      It was only a matter of time before Doctor Who - one of the most popular British television series - had its format cloned...

    27. October 26, 2006

      The Deal

      Writer Peter Morgan is in the midst of a good run, with the absorbing Longford (Channel 4 9.00pm) following The Deal on the...

    28. October 7, 2006

      Cinema

      The Devil Wears Prada Two stars for the film, a bonus star for Meryl Streep. She triumphs as the imperious fashion...

    29. September 23, 2006

      Cinema

      The Black Dahlia A marriage we thought made in Heaven - director Brian De Palma and thriller novelist James Ellroy (LA...

    30. September 15, 2006

      CRITICS' CHOICE

      Is Peter Morgan, author of the TV Blair-Brown encounter The Deal and the current royal film arabesque The Queen, the Peter...

    31. September 14, 2006

      That scary moment when royalty lost it

      Here is your question of the week. Are Britain's royals a national asset? Or are they freeloading, emotionally retarded...

    32. September 13, 2006

      That scary moment when royalty lost it

      Here is your question of the week. Are Britain’s royals a national asset? Or are they freeloading, emotionally retarded...

    33. September 11, 2006

      Magical naturalism claims Golden Lion

      It was an accolade waiting to happen. Chinese director Jia Zhang-ke, who has been an emergent prodigy on the festival...

    34. September 10, 2006

      Magical naturalism claims Golden Lion

      It was an accolade waiting to happen. Chinese director Jia Zhang-ke, who has been an emergent prodigy on the festival...

    35. August 18, 2006

      Smaller is beautiful

      London theatres have seen wildly contrasting fortunes this summer. On the one hand there was the staging of Stephen...

    36. February 14, 2006

      Japan's foreign earnings set postwar record

      Japan earned more from investments abroad than from trade last year for the first time in its postwar history, largely...

    37. February 13, 2006

      Japan earns more from investment than trade

      Japan earned more from investments abroad than from trade last year for the first time in its post-war history, largely...

    38. January 20, 2006

      A stir amid the sound of silence

      One consumer trend peculiar to Japan has been the recent upsurge in the sale of "silent" pianos, cellos, violins and drum...

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