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Margaret Thatcher was first elected an MP today in 1959. Her friend Norman Tebbit names the guilty men who brought her down
As Poussin's great painting goes on show at the National Gallery, Christopher Matthew remembers interviewing Powell about his masterpiece – and admiring his lavishly collaged boiler room
Christopher Matthew helped to distribute the first issue - and met Richard Ingrams and his fellow founders in 1961
The West End’s longest-running play opened today in 1952. Madeline Smith remembers the joy of acting in it
As David Attenborough, 95, presents a new series, the Mating Game, the globetrotter tells Louise Flind he's happier at home
As Christine Keeler’s son seeks a pardon for her perjury conviction, Harry Mount recalls the quiet dignity of her funeral four years ago
When Roger Moore took off Madeline Smith's dress in Live & Let Die with a magic watch, he couldn't have been more polite
Every week, the legendary Barry Cryer tells Oldie readers his favourite jokes
Think a year’s isolation is bad? Brother Harold Palmer's been at it for 50 years – and now he wants some company, he tells Mark Greaves
No Time to Die, the latest Bond film, is released on September 30. Lady Mary Clive (1907-2010) remembers a disastrous 1938 holiday in Capri with a sunburnt Ian Fleming
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