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Tim Walker
Award-winning Telegraph diarist, theatre critic, author, broadcaster and sometime West End star. I reserve the right to be unpredictable.
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Tim Walker 7h
World Cup 2014: Brazil fans blame 'curse of Mick Jagger' for their 7-1 defeat to Germany | via
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Tim Walker 8h
Happy 56th for tomorrow to Fiona Shaw who was so good in The Last Testament of Mary at the
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Tim Walker 8h
Each cloud of black smoke results in nothing but tears, broken limbs and hearts and lives and still more hatred.
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Tim Walker 8h
After his success at the BBC, Lord Patten is an inspired choice as the Pope's media guru. Just the man to get his message out to the young.
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Tricycle Theatre 9h
Watch The tonight and join in our pre– AND post–show talks!
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David Walliams 11h
I wish British politicians were more like their Japanese counterparts...
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John Browne 11h
Stories like this remind us that the world can go backwards as well as forwards:
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Tim Walker 12h
What you read here You read first here: Strange 's lead today so far overlooked!
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Tim Walker 12h
I do hope that will respond to what says here, via
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Tim Walker 12h
Cheering news from the great Sir Ray Tindle, a man who isn't shutting down his local papers. He is adding to them.
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BBC Newsnight 14h
CORRECTION Read:
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Tim Walker 14h
Newsnight has to issue an embarrassing correction: via
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Tim Walker 14h
A corker of a lead in today: it's all based on an old newspaper cutting from the 'early 1990s' helpfully sent in by a reader.
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Tim Walker 16h
Now says and the Conservatives have God on their side | via
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Tim Walker 1d
Reminds me of a piece in a local rag that began "the old adage 'cold can kill' came horribly true for 2 Brighton pensioners..."
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Toby Harnden 1d
South Dakota man, 47, chokes to death during hot dog eating contest, putting "a damper on the festivities"
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Tim Walker 1d
M&S has lost its way. At Notting Hill, Waitrose is moving in on their patch as they've cheesed off too many customers. A familiar story...
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Tim Walker 1d
I took an umbrella, Wellies and a Barbour but despite what those morons on say they were not required
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Tim Walker 1d
There'll be 5 stars for Martin Freeman in Richard III from Britain's top critic in The Sunday Telegraph.
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Tim Walker 1d
I hope Harriet understands that it is not for her to decide who reports on her and her colleagues.
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