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Barry Cryer tells Oldie readers his favourite jokes
Battle of Bosworth stamps are being released. The battlefield, threatened with a robot motor test site, must be saved, says Richard III’s biographer David Horspool
As Ghislaine Maxwell seeks bail again, Harry Mount remembers meeting her at the height of her powers
Leslie Phillips turns 97 today. Alice Pitman speaks to him about his colourful and varied eighty-year career, which has been so much more than a few ‘Ding dongs’...
Will Wyatt remembers the last days of the Cold War
The LA-based artist Derek Boshier longs for two things – a pork pie and the Oldie
Thomas Woodcock, the Garter Principal King of Arms, read out Prince Philip's titles at his funeral. What else do heralds do? Patric Dickinson, a herald himself, explains
Today in 1824, Byron was killed fighting for Greek independence. Prince Philip, a Greek royal prince born in Corfu, lived through half of modern Greece's history. By Harry Mount
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