Telegraph magazine - In The Firing Line cover (22 October 2011)
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YASMIN LE BON - "The world of"
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FROZEN PLANET - Filming the new BBC series Frozen Planet, which offers an unprecedented close-up on the polar regions, David Attenborough became the oldest man to visit the North Pole. Jessamy Calkin travels to the Arctic with Alastair Fothergill, the producer who put him there
EAST COKER - An idyllic Somerset village immortalised in a poem by TS Eliot is in danger of being swamped by thousands of new homes. Robert Chesshyre reports on the fight to save East Coker
EDMUND DE WAAL - The ceramic artist Edmund de Waal has spent five years compiling a book of his 300 favourite pots from throughout history. He explains what motivated this labour of love
SOFIE GRABOL - The Killing, the Danish television series that had had viewers gripped as much by its lead character's chunky knitwear as its twisting plot lines, is about to return to British screens. Its star Sofie Grabol talks to Sheryl Garratt
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LAUREN CHILD - The latest creation of the author Lauren Child is Ruby Redfort. A 13-year-old secret agent, Ruby is a genius code-breaker with a penchant for shrunken cardigans. Here, Child styles some teenagers in the spirit of Ruby, and recalls how knowing what to wear as she herself was growing up was always a bit of an ordeal
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JENS RISOM - The Connecticut home of the design pioneer
MICHAEL WINNER recalls filming Death Wish with Charles Bronson, 1974