Ahead of the centenary of the end of the First World War. CHARLIE CONNELLY reconstructs the moving and momentous events of the very first Armistice Day, assembling personal accounts from diaries, newspaper and museum archives.
When ELLIE KIELLER was 4 years old she watched a Disney film and fell in love with Paris. Next month she will move there - but first she’ll be marching in London to make sure others can make their European dream a reality.
He lived the archetypal life of a poet – intense, eventful and tragic. Yet Friedrich Hölderlin remains an obscure figure outside Germany. A newly-translated work, outlining a momentous existence, could change all that, says CHARLIE CONNELLY