Saturday, January 16, 2021
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No. 13 - Panagiotis “Taki” Theodoracopulos

A Spectator columnist since 1977, this controversial Greek-born journalist and socialite most definitely enjoys the “High Life.” He’s a judo champion and thinks nothing...

No. 22 - Kathy Lette

This Australian author has written books and plays that have included Puberty Blues, Mad Cows and How to Kill your Husband (and other handy...

No. 20 - Ohad Maiman

Born in Israel, Ohad Maiman served in the Israel Defense Forces for three years but it is photography that is his true passion. This...

No. 58 - Sir Christopher and Lady Meyer

Sir Christopher and Lady Meyer love the media circuit and television sofas. He’s best known for wearing red socks and she generally sports Chanel. There’s...

No. 59 - Samantha Brick

A freelance writer who declared herself to be “beautiful” in a piece for the Daily Mail. Their readership soared whilst she made an utter...

No. 27 - Henry Deedes

Grandson of the late Lord “Bill” Deedes, inspiration for William Boot in Evelyn Waugh’s Scoop! This columnist for the Daily Mail has the driest...

No. 29 - Ellen Widdup (Ellen Porritt)

Alerted the world to the story of Julia Cross and writes brilliantly about all manner of matters for the Daily Mail and Evening Standard....

Bricking it

The case of Samantha Brick   This probably will be one of the shortest pieces I ever write, as, frankly, I don’t want to give Samantha...

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