Telegraph magazine - Rufus Sewell and Emily Woof cover (31 January 1998)
Telegraph magazine - Rufus Sewell and Emily Woof cover (31 January 1998) Good condition - some light wear near spine
JOHNNY VEGAS - "Starlife" 1 page
FIMMETTA ROCCO - Born in Paris, Francine Legay changed her life once by marrying an Italian and moving to Kenya. She did it again when she left him. But the biggest break with the past came when she dedicated her lif to spreadin the word of God. Her daughter, Fiammetta Rocco, tells the story of a woman of passion - the mother who was transformed
RUFUS SEWELL AND EMILY WOOF - They're bright, they're young and they're definitely moody enough for the wilds of Wessex. David Gritten visits Rufus Sewell and Emily Woof on the set of 'The Woodlanders'
ANNE MICHAELS - For 10 years Anne Michaels immersed herself in writing a novel about the Holocaust. When it won Britain's most lucrative literary prize, she was little prepared for the prying questions about her motives. Branded secretive and reclusive, Anne Michaels now explains herself to Mick Brown