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The Kid v Deborah Ross, p54

A.A. Gill on the passion of

Terry O’Neill, p50

A father and son on holiday in the wilderness, p64

Arts 50 Candid camera A.A. Gill talks to Terry O’Neill 52 Exhibitions William Pye

Andrew Lambirth 54 Culture notes TheWorld at War, remastered

Peter Hoskin 54 Cinema The Kid Deborah Ross 56 Theatre Deathtrap

Lloyd Evans 56 Music Peter Phillips 57 Opera Così fan tutte; Don Pasquale Michael Tanner 58 Television James Delingpole 61 Gardens Ursula Buchan


Life 71 High life Taki 71 Low life Jeremy Clarke 72Real life Melissa Kite 73TheTurf Robin Oakley 73 Bridge Susanna Gross 75 Wine club Simon Hoggart

And fin al y . . . 76 Chess

RaymondKeene Competition; Crossword 78Status anxiety Toby Young ave Michael Heath 79Sport Roger Alton Your problems solved

Mary Killen

‘Simon Russell Beale is capable of far greater challenges. It’s a bit like watching Picasso paint your shed’ Lloyd Evans, p56

‘What if Prince William were to marry a Saudi princess with a chic Chanel burka?’ Dan Jones, p40

‘I’ve always thought it must be marvellous to be attractive enough to sleep with almost anyone’ Jeremy Clarke, p71 TRAVEL S PEC I AL p62


Melanie Phillips is a broadcaster and author, and a columnist for the Daily Mail. She is a winner of the Orwell prize T om Hollander played Lord Cutler Beckett in Pirates of the Caribbean, Simon Foster MP in In The Loop and the lead role in Rev

Paul Johnson has been writing for The Spectator since 1981. He is the author of more than 40 books

Alan R usbridger is the editor-in-chief of the Guardian newspaper the spectator | 18 September 2010 |

A.A. Gill is the television and restaurant critic of the Sunday Times, a broadcaster and an author. He has won two Glenfiddich awards


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