Elizabeth Day

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Comedian Joanne McNally: ‘I’m in love with London because I’ve just moved there.’ File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Current favourite book I travel on my own so much that I rely on books. I’ve just finished This Is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor b(...)

"In the western world, happiness is seen as the ultimate goal and I just don’t agree with that."

Jetting to New York to interview Christina Hendricks for The Observer, mirroring Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop regime in the name of research, and karaoke-in(...)

Irish author Anna Burns on stage at the Guildhall in London as  the Duchess of Cornwall (left) presents her with the Man Booker Prize for Fiction for her novel ‘Milkman’. Photograph: Frank Augstein/PA Wire

The Man Booker Prize, as almost no one called it, has lost its Man, eighteen years after it technically lost its Booker. The Man Group, a hedge fund (...)

The Man Booker Prize, as almost no one called it, has lost its Man, eighteen years after it technically lost its Booker. The Man Group, a hedge fund (...)

Bills, undelivered notices, junk circulars, pizza menus: let’s face it, the stuff on the doormat rarely amounts to anything joyous. Quite the opposite(...)

Raheen House hotel.  The building and grounds underwent significant refurbishment in 2014

One of Ireland’s most noted manor hotels, Raheen House hotel in Clonmel, Co Tipperary, is to be offered for sale through CBRE Hotels as a going concer(...)

“Don’t buy clothes when you’re hungover, jet- lagged or filled with self-loathing.”  Elizabeth Day, Author of Paradise City

WEAR IT If the Stella McCartney flower embroidered dress for €1,395 from Brown Thomas is wrong, we don’t want to be right. BLUSH STROKES T(...)

‘It was an overcast day, and it looked as if every block of flats, every church spire and railway line and council house had been drawn by a giant (...)

In 1975, as the Son of Sam murders haunted New York’s consciousness, the city was struck by a blackout. There had been serious power-outs before but i(...)