Peter York on a strangely compelling memoir by a Master of the Universe, and Christopher Silvester on the decidedly murky world of Brazil’s super-rich.
Christopher Silvester on the peculiarly English Big Bang three decades on, and Mark Le Fanu on the struggle of Eastern European aristocrats.
Peter York on a thorough delve into the nature of consumerism, and Christopher Silvester on an unlikely entrepreneur who defied convention.
Sophie McIntyre chats to Richard E Grant and Nicholas Parsons ahead of their respective talks on gardening and nonsense poetry at Blenheim Palace’s Literary Festival.
Mervyn King’s ghost is walking the crumbling ramparts of the world economy, thanks to his new book, The End of Alchemy, writes Stephen Hill.