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A Mystery From the Great Days of Nazi-Hunting

Endeavour Press | Posted 11.12.2012 | Home
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Many years ago, when I was working as a producer of TV investigations, I met an old diplomat for supper. He was a man straight out of a John le Carre thriller: a man who once did favours for Israeli intelligence in situations where it was best not to be a Jew.

What Makes a Great James Bond Adventure?

Endeavour Press | Posted 03.11.2012 | UK Entertainment
Endeavour Press

Ian Fleming's best source material was exhausted long ago. We're down to the tasty crumbs at the bottom of the pack now - the short story Quantum of Solace provided little more than a bracingly cryptic title for Daniel Craig's most recent Bond adventure.

Red Spirit

Endeavour Press | Posted 29.10.2012 | Home
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The talk of what's concealed inside the tomb of Qin Shi Huang is of glittering jade, gold and precious stones, of rivers of mercury and of warriors with crossbows ready to fire at any intruder. There would also be the hallmarks of a supreme ruler who craved power and attention.

'Posh' or 'Lord' Should Not Be Four Letter Words In Politics

Endeavour Press | Posted 17.09.2012 | Home
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Before he became Prime Minister towards the end of the 19th Century a number of people argued that Lord Rosebery was one of the greatest Prime Ministers that the country had never had. Shortly after his brief tenure in office however many argued that Lord Rosebery was the worst Prime Ministers that Britain had ever had.