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Jon Snow, Channel 4 News

I-MAGAZINE sat down with Jon Snow, Anchor at Channel 4 News

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Mark Easton

'We Need to Rediscover the Art of Hospitality', by Mark Easton, Home Editor at BBC News.

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Seven Dials, Covent Garden

The dial monument at the center of ‘Seven Dials’, Covent Garden is the main focal point of the area, each street leading off the round about hosts a different personality with a fantastic variety of brands on offer.

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Rebecca Davies CEO

Each year as autumn begins to fall there is ferment of activity amongst the established plane trees of Berkeley Square: the LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair marquee - covering over 40,000 square feet, including an upstairs brasserie and temporarily housing 108 stands - is erected, to welcome over 20,000 visitors over the course of one week.

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Lynda Thomas CEO

Developing a top trusted award winning brand By Lynda Thomas, Interim CEO at Macmillan A brand is not just your name, logo or advertising, it is how people think and...

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Gary Tinterow

I-MAGAZINE spoke with Gary Tinterow, the Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

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Marie-Louise, Duchess of Parma

Saving Europe from tyranny: marking the bicentenary of the entrance of Marie-Louise, Duchess of Parma into her duchies in 1816

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Professor Rebecca Newberger Goldstein

You were raised in a devout Orthodox Jewish household – can you remember the moment that first inspired your atheist and humanist views? There wasn’t a moment I can recall...

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Michael Tobin OBE

I spend an enormous amount of my timing flying – something like 900 hours a year, and that’s just the flight time.

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Formentera (in Spain) is Best Enjoyed by Boat

Those who believe that summer is the best time to enjoy the Mediterranean are mistaken. A boat tour of the island offers an ideal year-round relaxing retreat. Top places to...

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Jeremy Houghton (artist)

Interview with artist Jeremy Houghton

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Dr Rob Yeung

How To Stand Out: Proven Tactics For Getting Noticed. By Dr Rob Yeung,

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How ‘Good’ is Your Country?

Countries should no longer be judged purely on the progress or prosperity of their own citizens, but also on the impact they have on the rest of humanity and the rest of the planet. That’s why Simon Anholt created the Good Country Index: the first and only survey that, instead of measuring country performance in isolation, measures what each country on earth contributes to the common good of humanity, and what it takes away.

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Sophie Ryder (artist)

''Since the age of three, I have been making sculpture. Aside from the endless drawings and paintings I made, working three dimensionally was something I found really exciting and rewarding. It felt really special to be able to make an object out of cheap, unassuming materials like loo rolls, tissue paper and wire''.

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The Great Gatsby (a tribute)

“The Great Gatsby” hit theatres in 2013, starring Leonardo di Caprio is far from the version of the classic F. Scott Fitzgerald novel that was required reading in high school....

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Anita Choudhrie

A Path That has Inspired me for a Decade, By Anita Choudhrie, This year marks an important milestone for me – Path to Success, the umbrella charity I set up...

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Jeremy Paxman

Jeremy Paxman finds the reading room in the London Library uplifting

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Dan Hillier

We interview artist Dan Hillier, about his show ‘Ceremony’, held last year at The Saatchi Gallery, he also talks about his inspirations for his amazing engravings, which include and angels as well as other spiritually inspired themes.

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Olga Murray

Olga Murray founded the Nepal Youth Foundation in 1990 to help impoverished children in Nepal and free young girls from effective slavery. Over the decades, Olga has helped hundreds of thousands of children and raised millions for new schools, nutritional centres and feeding clinics. Her work is globally recognised.

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The Downfall of Lady Mosley

By Lyndsy Spence, Seasoned Mitfordians will be familiar with the story of Diana Mitford, the third-born of Lord and Lady Redesdale’s six beautiful daughters. From a romantic point of view,...