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    1. October 17, 2014

      No need to be sniffy about Stephen Fry’s drug confessions

      A reader has accused me of not being able to spell correctly the plural of “parvenu” by writing it as “parvenues”. He might...

    2. August 1, 2014

      The expert selection: British seaside piers

      The world’s first seaside pleasure pier – at Ryde on the Isle of Wight – celebrated its 200th anniversary last weekend. It...

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    1. June 20, 2014

      The Diary: Caroline Daniel

      My introduction to Kinnernet Europe comes in an email inviting me to participate in a “wild, out-of-the-box, irreverent,...

    2. FT Photo Diary

      February 10, 2014

      Stephen Fry looking dishy

      The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair/PA Wire A portrait of Stephen Fry grown from his own bacteria,...

    3. January 7, 2014

      Art, dance, rockets and diplomacy: UK-Russia Year of Culture

      Billionaires quaffing champagne on superyachts, trophy football clubs, capacious swimming pools excavated from basements in...

    4. December 8, 2013

      German president to boycott Sochi Olympics over human rights

      The German president has declined to travel to Russia for the Winter Olympics in a move being interpreted as a protest...

    5. December 8, 2013

      Views my own: five Twitter bio clichés to avoid

      Boris Johnson says nothing at all. Warren Buffett gives his job title. Sir Richard Branson declares himself to be a...

    6. October 22, 2013

      Who’s who: Top 50 OUTstanding in Business List

      1. Antonio Simoes Head of banking for the UK and head of retail banking and wealth management for Europe HSBC Bank 2. Beth...

    7. August 7, 2013

      Stephen Fry calls for Russia to lose Olympics over anti-gay law

      Stephen Fry, the British writer and broadcaster, has called for Russia to be stripped of next year’s Winter Olympics because...

    8. June 5, 2013

      YPlan set to take its app to New York

      A popular mobile phone app that enables spontaneous Londoners to buy last- minute tickets to some of the city’s hottest...

    9. April 29, 2013

      Mind matters: Prejudice makes for a vulnerable workplace

      Six years ago British celebrities, including Stephen Fry and Ruby Wax, headlined a campaign aimed at challenging attitudes...

    10. February 10, 2013

      Bond wins best film prize at Baftas

      Skyfall picked up another accolade on Sunday, being named Outstanding British Film of the year at the Bafta awards. The Bond...

    11. February 7, 2013

      Kraftwerk, Tate Modern, London

      Sixteen years ago I saw Kraftwerk headline a dance music festival. They appeared in a crammed tent in the early hours of the...

    12. November 19, 2012

      Richard III/Twelfth Night, Apollo Theatre, London

      Richard III and Twelfth Night may not be natural bedfellows, but Tim Carroll’s joyous productions link the two, finding a...

    13. November 8, 2012

      The savvy network behind Summly

      It’s the perfect dotcom success story: a 17-year-old from south London topping App Store charts with an iPhone app he...

    14. July 27, 2012

      Twitter user wins airport tweet appeal

      Paul Chambers, the man previously found guilty of writing a menacing tweet threatening to blow up Yorkshire’s Robin Hood...

    15. June 8, 2012

      The Diary: Matthew Engel

      It is a wonder that anyone took any notice of the Queen’s diamond jubilee given that it clashed with the 25th anniversary of...

    16. April 26, 2012

      Hunt reveals Olympic festival plans

      Jeremy Hunt, the culture secretary, put on a steely façade as he laid out plans for a cultural festival to coincide with the...

    17. April 18, 2012

      BBC gives the word to AudioBoo

      The BBC has chosen AudioBoo as an official partner for publishing web clips of its programming content, providing a...

    18. February 3, 2012

      On borrowed time

      Britain is today celebrating National Libraries Day, though the celebrations are unlikely to be mistaken for the Queen’s...

    19. January 12, 2012

      A shellfish town fights against the tide

      Factory closures are grim affairs. The mandatory 90-day consultation process in the UK unfolds like any grieving process,...

    20. December 9, 2011

      Whiskering campaign

      Sir David Tang, founder of ICorrect, globetrotter and the man about too many towns to mention, divides his time between...

    21. December 4, 2011

      Food producers feel pinch of rising costs

      Crates of rosy crabs, freshly plucked from the sea, are stacked against the factory wall waiting to be processed. Nearby, a...

    22. November 18, 2011

      Kate Bush: 50 Words for Snow

      50 Words for Snow is Kate Bush’s first album of new material since 2005’s Aerial. Taken alongside her Director’s Cut album...

    23. November 11, 2011

      Choosing my words carefully

      Happiness was a four-letter word. We were nearing the end of a family bout of Scrabble, a game I loathe and at which I...

    24. October 28, 2011

      Torch-bearer

      Sir Keith Mills does not look as though he has been partying until 1am at the Olympic Ball as he welcomes me to his home in...

    25. October 28, 2011

      Why Attenborough and Fry are poles apart

      The return of David Attenborough – not that he ever goes away for long – is a cause for celebration. He has an exemplary...

    26. FT Alphaville

      October 7, 2011

      Further further reading

      For the commute home, - A chart to help you understand the European crisis. - And a guide to the ECB’s latest operations. -...

    27. July 15, 2011

      Masochists, mamma Mia and me

      Sir David Tang, founder of ICorrect, globetrotter, and the man about too many towns to mention, divides his time between...

    28. July 1, 2011

      Of Keats and Kensington

      Ah, “la vérité, va savoir.” This was uttered by a French client. We were in South Kensington, home to most of London’s...

    29. June 4, 2011

      Lady Gaga not cover material

      From Ms Emma Towers. Sir, Lady Gaga and Stephen Fry on the cover of Life & Arts (May 28), fair enough. But on the front page...

    30. June 4, 2011

      Lady Gaga is normal

      From Mr John C. Sykes. Sir, I just read Stephen Fry’s piece on Lady Gaga (Life & Arts, May 28) and, having also seen her on...

    31. June 4, 2011

      Gaga is good for breakfast

      From Mr John O’Byrne. Sir, What a wonderful front page photograph of Lady Gaga (FT Weekend, May 28). She, in the company of...

    32. May 27, 2011

      Lady Gaga takes tea with Mr Fry

      The Lanesborough Hotel Saturday evening, May 14 2011 It takes quite a bit to excite the staff of The Lanesborough Hotel, one...

    33. May 27, 2011

      Audio: the full Stephen Fry and Lady Gaga interview

      Listen to the full interview of Stephen Fry interviewing Lady Gaga. The pop star meets the British writer, actor and...

    34. May 27, 2011

      In pictures: Stephen Fry meets Lady Gaga

      Stephen Fry interviews Lady Gaga. The UK writer, actor and broadcaster and the US popstar met at a hotel in London and...

    35. May 27, 2011

      Lady Gaga interview: the full transcript

      Stephen Fry takes tea with Lady Gaga (and her publicist Adrian Read). Here is the full transcript. Stephen Fry: I know...

    36. May 26, 2011

      When Stephen Fry met Lady Gaga

      Exclusively in the FT Weekend: Stephen Fry interviews Lady Gaga. The UK writer, actor and broadcaster and the US popstar met...

    37. May 3, 2011

      Referendum reckoning

      The alternative vote Who has come out in support? Backers include the politicians Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, Lord Mandelson,...

    38. March 30, 2011

      No need for acts of management bravado

      Beyond the FamiliarLong-Term Growth Through Customer Focus And Innovation By Patrick Barwise and Seán Meehan Wiley, £17.99...

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