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ASH Smyth welcomes a new facsimile of Gutenberg's Bible – as revolutionary in its day as the arrival of the internet
Hendrix has long gone, but one of his exotic King’s Road garments has just returned to London. Nigel Summerley is among the first to see it
Simon Courtauld goes aboard the Fram, the legendary schooner shaped by Nansen and used by Amundsen
Japanese knotweed may be one of the gardener’s worst foes, but it can also make a tasty meal, says Elisabeth Luard
John le Carré’s legendary creation may be a bestselling character – but not to some in the intelligence world, ASH Smyth discovers
Nicolson died 50 years ago today. A distinguished diplomat and diarist, he is now much better remembered for Sissinghurst, the garden he made with his wife, Vita Sackville-West, writes David Wheeler
Paul Bailey has struck up a love-hate relationship with his onscreen adviser – or should that be advisor?
Many of London’s artists have been priced out of the capital. But now there’s a chance they may be lured back, says Annabel Sampson
For an all-too-brief moment, Britain is alive with colour
Annabel Sampson delights in Milan’s extraordinary old buildings being used to showcase the newest furniture creations
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