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Archive - Express
I don't feel at all guilty about my affair with Harold Pinter
For Joan Bakewell, it has been The Unmentionable. Ever since it was "exposed", the broadcaster has refused staunchly to discuss her seven-year affair with playwright Harold Pinter.
Perhaps I was promiscuous but now I wouldn't even cross the road for an affair
After three failed marriages, the time has arrived for Sian Phillips to dote on her cats.
He's 60. She's 33 and pregnant by another man. Why is Richard Ingrams thinking of death?
Richard Ingrams, former editor of Private Eye, looks away as he shakes my hand. He’s imposingly tall and wearing his habitual cords, a jumper full of holes and undone laces.
Did I let teacher take a crisp from between my thighs? Yes! Yes! Yes!
The designer turned novelist tells how real life has inspired her first foray into fiction. Bella Pollen, once an internationally known fashion designer trading under the name Arabella Pollen, has just published her first novel, All About Men.
To be sawn in two is of great interest. I've never been cut in half before.
The enigmatic Sir Jimmy Savile talks for the first time about his quadruple heart by-pass operation.
I don't go around clomping women but Rula drove me to a state where words weren't enough and I lashed out
The poster outside the Brighton theatre shows a tough, tight-lipped guy: Dennis Waterman playing an ex-con in the new thriller, Killing Time. The real Dennis stands in fornt of his image reading a review, wearing shades, loud check shirt and gold medallions. Dennis in this incarnation is lean and taut with a knuckle-crushing handshake.
How an expelled, overeating teenager became one of the biggest noises in television
People used to poke fun at Linda Agran. Then she turned the tables…
Thriller ace is targeting Blair as his new villain
Millionaire author Frederick Forsyth has been self-professedly publicity shy all his life. But this year, aged 59, Forsyth has become a very public and political animal. Few issues escape his attention as he fires off letters to newspapers, pens controversial articles and joins demonstrations.
I have a very bad karma with fleas
It’s important to know the etiquette when you greet a baby lion in the bush. A big-boned woman gets down on all floors on the dining room floor. "You've got to put your head down," she demonstrates in a loud American voice, her long blonde hair tumbling to the floor. "Then the lion scrams your hair."
Stalked, beaten, raped and bribed ...but I know the thin line between fact and fantasy
If you encountered her as a character in a novel, you’d find her barely credible. "I've been stalked, battered, raped, bribed, attacked, kicked and threatened," the prize winning author Lisa St Aubin de Teran mentions casually.
I wouldn't mind one of my daughters deciding she'd become a prostitute
His 'livelihood&'39; cost him years in prison but it brought him millions, fame and some strange family values. Meet Howard Marks.
I really believe in marriage. I see my three divorces as a sign of failure
After 40 years of life with little children, dynamic thespian Sir Peter Hall counts his blessings.
Graduate of the school of hard knocks
Bel Mooney rose from humble beginnings to become a top author, surviving a succession of traumas along the way.
Sex and the Scribe
Women inspire him but he can't find love. He lives by spinning words yet hides behind them... Can anyone understand JP Donleavy?
Modesty of a miracle worker
Both feted and hated for his powers, the flamboyant psychic Matthew Manning will today hold a mass hands-on session.
How I've learned to live with freedom
After four months of captivity in the jungle, former hostage Daniel Start is coming to terms with life again.
Is this the real victim of the Tory power battle?
Everybody's always rude about me, says Ann Widdecombe, former Prisons Minister, talking on the phone like a brisk schoolmistress. This time she's in the spotlight over a very public squabble with her former boss, the Tory leadership contender Michael Howard.
Will the miracle Di's frock star
Tomasz Starzewski, the darling of haute couture, is currently helping the handicapped at Lourdes – and talking about sex and a fantastic relationship.
No regrets for heiress who blazed a trail of scandal
As a teen rebel, Tessa Kennedy fled to Cuba. Since then there have been wild years, marriages and bizarre liaisons.
Law and disorder of the Bath
The Marquis of Bath is 65 next month, but the peer with a penchant for polygamy still dreams of siring children on the wrong side of the blanket.
A bully? Well, 'Piranha Teeth' did hit a few drug dealers
The chairman, a rubicund man with a gale-force voice and peeling nose, shakes my hand and runs off. A minute later he sprints past again. "It's to do with tourism", he's bellowing to the minion scuttling behind him. He’s Sir Jocelyn Stevens, chairman of English Heritage, reputedly a monster and one whose nicknames are Piranha Teeth and Terminator 3.
Joseph and his amazing fans
Christina Davidson, 44, and Jean Selby, 52, have seen the musical of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat 74 times and 64 times respectively. They went both to the matinee and evening performance one day last week, as they do so often.
My brothers may be stars but I'm cleverer than both of them put together
Why the unknown Gallagher brother says he won't look back in anger.
Liza's creature comforts
Liza Goddard lives with five dogs, two horses, two cats, mice, and animal-loving husband and two hamster-collecting adolescent children.
She's 35, has five children and last year earned £1 million. Is Nicola Horlick Britain's real Superwoman?
Nicola Horlick, 35, is the millionaire fund manager who was dramatically suspended fro her high-flying job last week. Dubbed Superwoman, she is one of the most successful women in the City, who last year is believed to have earned in excess of £1million, including her bonus.
Didn't she do well
She has just the right qualities to be the new hostess dealing the cards on Bruce Forsyth's Play Your Cards Right. Appearing alongside the youpeed senior citizen who is the undisputed ing of the game show, Carley Carter is beautiful, shapely and laughs readily at Brucie's sausage-machine wit and banter.
The Girlie Show girlie who tries so hard to shock us
She has a pierced nipple, had her first kiss at 15 and fantasises about sex in the rain. Caroline Phillips finds out if Sarah Cawood, the new presenter of Channel 4's late-night youth programme, is as outrageous as she appears.
Good sex, bad sex
Caroline Phillips reveals the best romantic encounters she could possibly imagine and, when reality intervened, a few of the worst.
How to dress like Diana for £46
You know those horrible dreams where you're stuck in the middle of a street wearing only your nightdress? Relax, it need not be a nightmare any more. Princess Diana has again blazed a fashion trail, wowing a society ball in New York wearing what appeared to be a mere slip.
I don't know if I can trust nannies again
You've endured the morning sickness, the painful birth. And you've suffered the gruelling labour of finding a nanny. Finally you have your first chance to go out alone, with your husband.
How to win a war and lose a marriage
Sandy Woodward, naval hero of the Falklands, tells Caroline Phillips why he deserted his wife after 32 years.
I entered battle like a failing windmill and ended up like a limp aspidistra
I was about to witness the terrible beauty of this brutal sport, this distillation of basic urban survival instinct. I swallowed hard and repeated to myself the boxer's mantra.
I went in search of self, seduction and sex
Freya North, 28, has just won the literary lottery. Publishers fought to buy her first novel, Sally, a feisty romp that helped her scoop £200,000 in a three-book deal.
Think yourself fit
If the thought of exercise makes you weak, meet the personal trainer who hypnotises clients into shape. Caroline Phillips falls under his spell.
Wisdom from far away and long ago
Prince Charles's confidant and spiritual guru Sir Laurens van der Post, tells Caroline Phillips abot passion, plants and his extraordinary past.
Nightmares of the eight-baby case doctor
He is the father of a little boy, the son of a convicted terrorist and the man trying to save Mandy Allwood's eight unborn babies. He is a person who hates performing abortions so much that he wants to vomit every time he does one. He is also the doctor who helped a woman have a baby after 13 miscarriages.
No doctor thinks that abortions are good
Professor Phillip Bennett has been vilified over the past week as a national hate figure. Most of the time he has been holed-up in his West London house behind closed curtains with his girlfriend Lisa and his two cats.
Clouding a life and death issue
Somewhere in London is a pregnant young woman – we call her Miss B – who is due to give birth to a healthy brother or sister for her existing toddler. Miss B has no money and nobody to support her. Until a few weeks ago, she was expecting healthy twins, conceived naturally, without any fertility treatment or medical intervention.
A mother wanted me to abort one of her healthy twins. It may sound unethical but it was either that or for both babies to die.
Professor Phillip Bennett faces a dilemma. His patient, 16 weeks pregnant, is carrying healthy twins and cannot abide the prospect of having two children. She says she couldn't cope. She has told Mr Bennett, professor of obstetrics and gynaecology at London's Queen Charlotte's Hospital, that if she were carrying just one baby, she would continue her pregnancy.
Farewell to last of the lover boys
This is a time of national mourning. Of women wearing black Armani armbands. Of not a dry high cheekbone in the country. This is the era of the distressed female. The last male remaining on the shopping list of the world's most desirable men has just become unavailable.
This year's model
Super mini-model Anya wont get out of her cot for less than £150 a day. Insiders reckon she will take Paris by storm and be the hottest property in TV commercials. She is only 11 months old but combining the best points of Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell and Yasmin Le Bon.
Mother of all headaches
There are 149 causes of headache – and this woman knows them all. Caroline Phillips meets the Queen of Pain.
Is this Britain's sexiest cleric?
The Rev Will Adam, who admits to being a former Avon lady, has just become the Paula Hamilton of the ecclesiastical world.Paula chucked away her fur coat but kept the keys to her VW. But Will is more worldly – he keeps his dog collar and the keys to his Ford Escort Serenade.
The man who put the 'oh' into polo
He lived in a chicken hut and worked as a builder but Tarquin Southwell is the horsey set's darling.
Making a killing
This voodoo doctor returned from the dead to run his own little shop of horrors in Britain.
Guests at Skibo castle are treated like royalty, but is owner de Savary a feudal lord to his staff?
How to get the body to Di for
It is disconcerting to wear an old mashed potato-coloured tracksuit over post-natal body and scruffy trainers and then bump into the Princess of Wales.
Synch or swim
I am wearing a a clothes peg on my nose, while impersonating a paraplegic frog, blowing underwater bubbles, with one leg up, the other bent.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a man is more likely to climb Kilimajaro wearing flip-flops than choose a woman a present she wants.
I can't describe the fear when I thought he would kill me
In her first interview, the victim of the brutal Brixton sexual attack and kidnapping talks about the ordeal and its effect on her life. This week, her attacker, Anthony Ferrira, was jailed for 20 years.
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