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01 November 2000 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
STAND BY. The team that brought you the Wheel has now designed the Spike. Julia Barfield and David Marks, the

STAND BY. The team that brought you the Wheel has now designed the Spike. Julia Barfield and David Marks, the

architects of the London Eye have already planned their next London landmark, the Skyhouse. “London has a massive housing problem, which cannot be solved by simply pushing it on to the rest of the south-east,” says David Marks. Lining the walls of their studios just off Clapham
01 November 2000 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
IF ONE MAN knows London inside out, it has to be Peter Ackroyd, author of the 822-page blockbuster, London The

IF ONE MAN knows London inside out, it has to be Peter Ackroyd, author of the 822-page blockbuster, London The

Biography. He grew up in Acton, in west London and has walked the streets, mean and magnificent, for most of his 50 years. Despite his fascination for London’s past, Ackroyd is no fan of the Disney school of history. In fact, his laissez-faire attitude comes as quite a shock. “W
01 November 2000 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Our London serviced apartments are as magnificent as our front garden if you are planning a stay in London for

Our London serviced apartments are as magnificent as our front garden if you are planning a stay in London for

three weeks or more, there is no finer place than Thorney Court. Overlooking majestic Kensington Palace and Gardens, its location could not he more perfect. Knightshridge, Kensington High Street and tke West End are close by, witk Heatkrow Airport a mere thirty minute journey. T
01 November 2000 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
“I want Indian cuisine to be recognised as one of the world’s great cuisines. !i « .

“I want Indian cuisine to be recognised as one of the world’s great cuisines. !i « .

01 November 2000 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 

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WHILE INTEREST IN things visual has soared throughout 2000, the performing arts have been shrouded in storm clouds. lan McDiarmid,

WHILE INTEREST IN things visual has soared throughout 2000, the performing arts have been shrouded in storm clouds. lan McDiarmid,

artistic director of Islington’s Almeida Theatre {pictured above, seated, with co-director Jonathan Kent) is not disconcerted. “Of course theatre goes through phases. But, ultimately, there is nothing like it: that intimate communion in the dark. People like it, need it and seek
01 November 2000 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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01 November 2000 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
las never flown a 747 across the Atlantic, Richard Branson is an e in style. Whether high aloft or deep

las never flown a 747 across the Atlantic, Richard Branson is an e in style. Whether high aloft or deep

in the South African safari, ;d the way you arrive and stay. BestSelections.com shares Richan anding of the best way to explore air, land and of course, shoppin ns.com asked Richard for his picks, to create the perfect mix of s ice he knew the itinerary, he made his best selects
01 November 2000 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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01 November 2000 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
enjoyed during his sojourn, the Prophet is said to have been moved to issue a firman confirming their rights: the

enjoyed during his sojourn, the Prophet is said to have been moved to issue a firman confirming their rights: the

original document remained at St Catherine’s until 1517, when it was taken to Constantinople, where it remains today. Originally dedicated to the Virgin, the monastery was renamed for St Catherine when the saint’s bones were discovered in around 800 ad, lying on the nearby summi
01 November 2000 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England