Issue 3573 1st Nov 2008
The managing director of old English pottery Moorcroft is not the grey-rinsed doyenne of posh china you might expect. Elise Adams looks more like a model than a matron, and her Moorcroft collection lives on window ledges and the kitchen bench rather than in a china cabinet. She's in New Zealand to launch
Issue 3458 19th Aug 2006
Captain Corelli's Mandolin - book and film - sparked a rush of tourists to the Greek island of Cephalonia. Louis de Bernières's next novel told the story of an abandoned town in Turkey. Pam Neville explores the remains before Hollywood moves in.