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As the 25th Bond film comes out, Kate Grimond remembers Ian Fleming – her prescient, funny, diffident uncle
Melvyn Bragg, who worked at the BBC with Wilfred in the ’60s, was saddened by his fall from grace – and kept him solvent in later years
Michael Palin mourns Terry Jones, his fellow Python, and tells Harry Mount about his own brush with the Grim Reaper
Can't see the deer for the trees
When Michael Cole fell prey to fraudsters and his blundering bank, the Financial Ombudsman was useless at helping him out
Thirty years ago, Adrian Dannatt lost a case of love letters, invitations and notes from great writers. And then it turned up out of the blue...
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