Telegraph magazine - Elizabeth Taylor cover (19 November 2011)
SIR MAX HASTINGS - "The world of..."
1 and a third pages
- When she died, Elizabeth Taylor left a lifetime's worth of couture clothes and jewels, now to be auctioned off. Meredith Etherington-Smith, who curated the star's clothes for the sale, takes us behind the scenes
THE DEEP BLUE SEA,
Terence Rattigan's tale of ill-fated love set in post-war Britain, reflected the playwright's own frustrations - and touched a nerve, too, in the director of a new adaptation for the screen. On the set, Mick Brown talks to him and the film's star Rachel Weisz
RENZO PIANO - The Shard is already one of London's most recognisable landmarks.
As it nears completion, the architect Renzo Piano talks to Dominic Bradbury about its unique form - inspired, he says, by his abiding belief in the importance of fresh air, poetry and the
preservation of the countryside
KATE HUMBLE - "Kate's farm"
NORMA FARNES recalls an evening out with her boss, Spike Milligan, in 1979