David Suchet

A Herculean Task - Adapting Poirot For TV

Roger Crow | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

Acclaimed playwright Nick Dear, the man who penned Danny Boyle's version of Frankenstein (with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller) for the National Theatre, knows the character better than most, having adapted six of Christie's Poirot novels for the small screen.

Caroline Frost

REVIEW: David Suchet In Subdued, Stunning Form In Final 'Poirot'

HuffingtonPost.com | Caroline Frost | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Entertainment

And so, here it was, the much-anticipated, much-dreaded two-hour farewell to David Suchet's defining stint as Agatha Christie's Belgian detective. ...

'How Playing Poirot Has Changed Me'

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 08.08.2013 | UK Entertainment

David Suchet believes that Hercule Poirot's distinctive character traits have rubbed off on him. The actor is waving goodbye to the screen incarnat...

Preparing For Poirot's Final Curtain

The Huffington Post UK | Caroline Frost | Posted 29.07.2013 | UK Entertainment

After 25 years of making the world-famous Belgian detective his very own, David Suchet will be signing off as Hercule Poirot after his 13th series, wh...

Why Did This 37p Agatha Christie Novel Sell For £40,000?

The Huffington Post UK | Sam Parker | Posted 26.08.2012 | Home

An Agatha Christie book that originally sold for 37p has fetched an eye-watering £40,630 at auction – because the cover includes a rare early depic...

Funding Great Public Spaces Doesn’t Need to Be an Olympian Effort

Chris Gourlay | Posted 13.07.2012 | UK Tech
Chris Gourlay

Whatever your view on the Olympics, there's no doubt that east London is being transformed. But one landmark you won't find on any investment plans - or even Google Maps for that matter - is Cody Dock, a former gasworks on the River Lea, lying derelict between Canary Wharf and the Olympic Park.