Sunday Times Culture Magazine August 10th 2008
Interview – ‘When I started writing Sex and the City, there weren’t supposed to be single women in their thirties.’ Candace Bushnell on her new sitcom and book. Plus, how she spearheaded change
Film – Oliver Stone says he no longer cares what people think of his work: even President Bush, the subject of his riotous new movie
Books – In America, the short story is king. Why not here, too?
Edinburgh – Brian Schofield busks it. Plus, Fringe reviews
Music – Cover story Little Jackie is poised to set the world alight with a smart, catchy and mouthy – debut album. By Lisa Verrico
Feature Mark Edwards applauds the great lyricist Don Black, writer of five Bond songs
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