Written in an informal, irreverent style, a profile of a woman who would live an extraordinary life, from growing up in Martinique to surviving the Revolution, to Empress of the French alongside her husband Napoleon.
A mammoth, blockbuster story in three parts examining the impact of the Murdoch media empire on its primary spheres of influences – America, Britain and Australia. The piece examines the macro and the micro – from global and national political trends to the Murdoch family relationships that would influence them.
The story of the pigeon reveals a far more fascinating animal than their present urban representatives would suggest. They’ve in fact played various helpful roles in human existence since they were first domesticated by the Sumerians four thousand years ago. This piece examines a World War II plan that used them to gather intelligence and spread misinformation.