Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes. August 2016.

Dear Rowley, Tell you a secret about London in the summer when it sizzles. As you know, Bloomsbury Towers is like Rear Window and I can happily report that all the urban foxes go naked in their apartments the minute the … Continue reading

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Cannes Can. May 2013.

Dear Rowley, Couldn’t you just die for the French Riviera? I fell in love with the Cote d’Azur aged five when I first saw Cary Grant’s dashing jewel thief and Grace Kelly’s American heiress play cat and mouse in Hitchcock’s To … Continue reading

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Love Me or Leave Me. October 2012.

Dear Rowley, I’m playing hookie today watching The Man Who Knew Too Much: the Alfred Hitchcock movie starring Doris Day and Jimmy Stewart. What strikes one watching films made in the 1950s and based in London is how polite everyone appears … Continue reading

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The Bloomsbury Fox April 2011

Dear Rowley, Apologies for not writing sooner, I’ve been filming for the Royal Wedding. Won’t it be a shame when it’s all over? The nuptials have been jolly good for business. I was up at the crack today to do … Continue reading

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