Vintage Sunday Times Magazine May 9th 1993
Cover story – Angus Deayton – is seriously funny and, apparently, seriously sexy. But can be seriously serious. His next television role, as the campaigning journalist Paul Foot, will tell. Carol Sarler received him at home, and introduced him to her dog.
When Richard met Liz That’s Richard as in Burton, Liz as in Taylor. His description of the magic moment – “Dark. Dark. Dark. She probably shaves” – is drawn from his brother’s new biography.
The warrior queen The Dowager Maharani of Gwalior is the nearest thing India has to the Queen Mother- a sweet- looking matriarch with the common touch. It’s not horse-racing that turns her on, however.. It’s pulling down mosques. William Dalrymple reports on the incendiary impact of a politician, loved and loathed in equal measure, who, has been described as everything from madwoman to saint. Photographs by Karan Kapoor.
Carol Sarler is a regular contributor to The Sunday Times Magazine. Her recent subjects include Debbie Raymond, Cosmopolitan magazine’s 21st birthday, and London Zoo. She is a former radio reporter and television producer
I wish they all came in such neat packages, said Sunday Times fashion director Paula Reed after meeting Fabrizio Ferri. She looks forward to a future when more photographers design, endured a rib-crushing shoot and cook a mean risotto
Fabrizio Ferri The superstar photographer and fashion designer is Renaissance man on the grand scale. Paula Reed encounter with him in Milan.
William Dalrymple is the prizewinning author of the international best- seller, in Xanadu, a re-creation of Marco Pola’s epic journey. His new book, A City of Djinns, due out in September, is a portrait of Delhi, where he now lives
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