Home / 2018 / February (page 20)

Monthly Archives: February 2018

London fashion week storms the palace (and the galleries)

Buckingham Palace showcases Commonwealth talent as Erdem portrays ruling-class glamour Erdem snaked a catwalk through the National Portrait Gallery, Christopher Kane commandeered Tate Britain, Jasper Conran hosted his guests at Claridge’s, but the contest for most glamorous venue for London fashion week was over the moment the Duchess of Cambridge …

Read More »

Turkey warns Assad not to intervene in Kurdish enclave

Ankara says Syrian government will face military response if it comes to aid of Kurds in Afrin Turkey warned the Syrian government of Bashar al-Assad that it risked a military confrontation with Ankara if it intervened in an ongoing war in the Kurdish enclave of Afrin, in a further escalation …

Read More »

How we made Peppa Pig

‘After its success, we’d go to meetings with lots of ideas for other shows – but they just wanted 3,000 more episodes of Peppa Pig’ Animation is a slow, laborious process. I’m way too impatient for it. I want a lunch and a life. So, after studying animation at Middlesex …

Read More »

Samcro odds-on after Ballymore run at Cheltenham Festival confirmed

• ‘He runs in the Ballymore and that’s final,’ says Eddie O’Leary• Willie Mullins’s Getabird now favourite for Supreme Novice Hurdle The most significant question mark hanging over the Cheltenham Festival’s novice hurdles was removed on Monday, when Samcro, the brilliant winner of the two-mile Deloitte Hurdle this month, was …

Read More »