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As Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads is set to air this evening, Alexander Larman ponders the relationship between a living writer and their works

A S H Smyth pays a visit to one of his favourite places in Colombo

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Christopher Bray reviews Apropos of Nothing by Woody Allen

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