This powerful and moving piece tells the story of Henry Worsley’s expeditions to the South Pole. They were inspired by Ernest Shackleton, a mentor he never met, and were each a study in human endurance and fortitude.
Quincy Jones is fantastically indiscreet in this interview, covering everything from his relationship with the Trumps, to Michael Jackson’s alleged theft of songs and The Beatles’ lack of musical talent.
Craig Brown’s review of former Vanity Fair and New Yorker Editor Tina Brown’s star-studded diaries lives firmly in the hatchet job category. It is an elegant evisceration of both a book and a way of life.