Anthony Horowitz

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The week in TV: Philharmonia; Alex Rider, Cardinal; The Other One – reviews
A trio of crime dramas from France, the UK and Canada, with a warm and wise sitcom for dessert

Euan Ferguson

07, Jun, 2020 @8:30 AM

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Reasons to be cheerful: poetry and stories to give hope to adults and children alike
Children’s author Katherine Rundell introduces original poems, stories and illustrations by the likes of Michael Morpurgo, Jacqueline Wilson and Axel Scheffler

Katherine Rundell

25, Apr, 2020 @9:00 AM

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Book clinic: Which thrillers and crime fiction will keep my teenager hooked?
From Agatha Christie to Anthony Horowitz, writer Peter Swanson recommends the best of classic and modern

Peter Swanson

14, Mar, 2020 @6:00 PM

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Free short story vending machines delight commuters
New ‘short story stations’ in Canary Wharf print one- three- and five-minute reads on demand

Esther Addley

06, Apr, 2019 @6:00 AM

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The Guardian view on fiction vending machines: attention seekers | Editorial
Editorial: If they succeed in distracting commuters from their smartphones, short story dispensers will be a welcome addition to the landscape


02, Apr, 2019 @6:00 PM

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Short story vending machines to transport London commuters
The machines, made by French company Short Édition, will dispense free one, three and five-minute stories … with the first penned by Anthony Horowitz

Alison Flood

02, Apr, 2019 @5:01 AM

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Forever and a Day by Anthony Horowitz review – a prequel to Casino Royale
We meet again Mr Bond … but this time 007 is still learning the ropes of spycraft, in this enjoyable spinoff authorised by the Fleming estate

Steven Poole

23, May, 2018 @6:29 AM

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Licence renewed: Anthony Horowitz to write official James Bond prequel
Forever and a Day, the author’s second 007 novel, will make use of material left behind by Ian Fleming to imagine Bond’s first mission

Alison Flood

08, Feb, 2018 @4:19 PM

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Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz review – fiendish whodunnit
Horowitz channels Agatha Christie, with a rustic English setting, a tricksy book-within-a-book, and red herrings aplenty

Alison Flood

10, Dec, 2017 @12:00 PM

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Anthony Horowitz: 'People used to disagree. Now they send death threats'
He had a privileged upbringing but then his family lost everything. As he takes his biggest risk yet, the writer talks about surviving his childhood – and the storm he caused about writing black characters

Danuta Kean

27, Aug, 2017 @3:00 PM

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Anthony Horowitz's claim he was told not to write black characters sparks row
Other writers have reacted with scepticism to the Alex Rider author’s claim that he was discouraged from ‘artificial and possibly patronising’ writing

Danuta Kean

26, May, 2017 @11:53 AM

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Joanna Lumley: Idris Elba should not play James Bond as he doesn't fit description
Absolutely Fabulous star says casting should be ‘colour-blind’ but that Elba does not correspond to Ian Fleming’s description of the character

Guardian film

09, May, 2017 @11:15 AM

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