JOURNALISM

For The Telegraph, Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Vanity Fair, New York Times, The Spectator, W, The Independent and others.

THE CONSTANT PAINTER: FRANK AUERBACH
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COSTUME DRAMA: The history and future of fashion exhibitions
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THE SCREEN PAINTERS: Rare film footage of famous artists at work and in conversation has been lost, thrown away or even destroyed.

THE ART OF WAR: The story and fall out from Nazi Looting during WW2 is far from over. This in depth investigative piece examines cases, past and present.
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FABRICS OF TIME: From the glory days of Pierre Balmain to the modern shopping experience at Bicester Village. How shopping has evolved.
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THE TITIAN DETECTECTIVE STORY: A restorer at the National Gallery believes that a dirty old painting is actually a famous forgotten masterpiece worth many millions of pounds.
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MARTHE ARMITAGE: An 82 year old great grandmother is finally acknowledged as one of the world's greatest wallpaper designers.
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WHAT TO WEAR TO WORK: The trials and tribulations of looking smart and chic in any office situation.
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THE SEASON: Are Mick Jagger and Jay Z the modern day equivalents of Lady Victoria Twinset and Viscount Stiff Sherry?
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MICHAEL LANDY: The painters painter disembowels Saint and Religion at London's National Gallery - Saints Alive at the National Gallery.
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THE A LIST: The utter horror of trying to remain at the top of Tinsel Town's Tree.
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SILVER SCREEN DREAM TEAM: Meet the reclusive duo, Tim Bevan and Eric Felner, the producers behind the hits of Brigit Jones, Rush, Elizabeth, 4 Weddings and over 50 other hits.
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LEONARDO DA VINCI’S WOMEN: What clues and secrets does close examination of da Vinci's women reveal? It turns out that two were rivals in love and the prize was a Duke and his Kingdom.
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HANIF KUREISHI: The Dark Master. From Suburbia to Paris.
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BORIS JOHNSON: Blond Ambition. Like Frankenstein, Boris has shapeda monster self – a stumbling, fumbling, joking blond behemoth called Bojo, an instantly recognisable brand, but one that obscures his real talents. Now that he is seeking higher office, he has to make the final transition from celebrity to statesman. The big question is can he do it?
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RICKY GERVAIS AT HOME

THE MANDELSON DIARIES: After10 months filming the infamous Minister without Portfolio for a fly on the wall documentary. This diary reveals the bits that the BBC were too scared to show.
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MY DAY WITH HOCKNEY: Portraits usually take much planning and many sittings but David Hockney has recently rejected traditional means for the rapid, but risky spontaneity of watercolour. HANNAH ROTHSCHILD describes the intensity of sitting under his gaze....

THE BUTTERLY EFFECT: An obsession with insects.
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GEORGIA ON MY MIND: TBLISI TALES
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ROCK THE KASBAH
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BHUTAN DREAM OR NIGHTMARE: Adventures with the King, the Queen and wild dogs of this isolated Himalayan Kingdom.
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SCREENPLAYS

THE WANKER - original screenplay optioned by Ridley Scott.

GENE MACHINE - original screenplay optioned by Working Title. FIRST LOVE - adapted screenplay optioned by Sarah Radclyffe Films.


BOOKS

CORFU THE EMERALD ISLE
Abbeville Press Editor Spiro Flamburiani and Frank Giles
includes Kanonas by Hannah Rothschild.

25 x 4: CHANNEL AT 25
Edited by Rosie Boycott and Meredith Etherington-Smith (Paperback) - includes Film on Four by Hannah Rothschild.

THE BARONESS
The search for Nica the Rebellious Rothschild by Hannah Rothschild. Virago UK, Knopf USA.

THE IMPROBABILITY OF LOVE
By Hannah Rothschild. Bloomsbury UK, Knopf USA.