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Stuart Heritage

Stuart Heritage is a Writer at Large for AIR MAIL based in Kent, U.K. He also writes for The Guardian. Heritage is the author of the family memoir Don’t Be a Dick, Pete and the children’s books Bedtime Stories for Worried Liberals and Jonathan the Magic Pony.

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Cool-Head Larry

In an interview, Larry David covers all things baldness—transplants, Russian leaders, beards—and reveals the one thing he enjoys about having no hair

Interview with a Dumpster Fire

Prince Andrew’s hilariously awful Jeffrey Epstein interview is being retold in a documentary, a mini-series, and a film. Can there ever be too much of a good thing?

Fyre Festival Comes to Wonka-Land

A catastrophically inept Willy Wonka experience left children screaming, invoking comparisons to the Billy McFarland debacle

Too Fast, Too Flirty

Formula 1: Drive to Survive boss Christian Horner has a Spice Girl for a wife and a sexting scandal on his hands

Sweet Smell of Sussex

Harry and Meghan’s production company, Archewell, is leaking employees. Their development deal with Netflix is a bust. Can they redeem their Hollywood dream?

The Long Good-Bye

After 12 seasons, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Larry David’s mostly improvised juggernaut and HBO’s longest-running comedy, comes to an end. Well, probably …

The Cuteness Curse

There’s a thin line between cuddly and creepy, according to a new exhibition at Somerset House in London

Harsh Realities

A first look at Nicola Peltz-Beckham’s directorial debut, Lola—which leaves much to be desired

Absolutely Normal Chaos

Is Ridley Scott the bluntest man in the movie business? On the press tour for Napoleon, the director swears, shouts, and says whatever comes to mind

Bald for the Holidays

For those who lack fluff on top, seasonal gifts can be painful reminders of their loss. Follow our expert’s guide to gifts for the glabrous

The Uncommon Man

There are many who believe Nicky Haslam is the last bastion of good taste. His tea towels can help you elevate yours

Arnold’s Fourth Act

“Calves are the biceps of the legs!”—and other pearls of wisdom from Arnold Schwarzenegger’s new self-help book

This Brand Is Evil

Amid accusations of rape, sexual assault, and emotional abuse, Russell Brand’s descent from mainstream fame to the fringes of the Internet looks eerily deliberate

The Best of the Rest

Its core titles are rarely out of the U.K. Top 5, and its chattiest, The Rest Is Football, debuted at No. 1. How did Britain’s foremost soccer star, Gary Lineker, quietly build a podcast empire?

Barbie Ruins the World

After watching Barbie make its billions, all the toy brands—from Hot Wheels to Play-Doh—want a piece of the action

In the Limelight

Trumpie Dearest

Despite containing more than 150 letters, including his correspondence with Kim Jong Un, Oprah Winfrey, and Jair Bolsonaro, Letters to Trump barely qualifies as a book

Liar Liar

Generation plagiarism isn’t just for college students. World-renowned nonfiction writers, including New York Times best-selling author Dr. David B. Agus, are having their books recalled

With All Due Respect …

Unfortunately, yes, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have forgotten their manners


The national broadcaster reinstates its star sports commentator Gary Lineker, after a Twitter showdown and a management meltdown

Nepo-Baby Nuptials

Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz may just be the ultimate bridezillas

Making a Perjurer

An all-star cast has been assembled for a new Netflix film about Prince Andrew and his disastrous BBC interview

Operation Save Boris

Britain’s former prime minister is back in the headlines after taking a taxpayer-funded publicity trip to war-torn Ukraine, and amid allegations of a grubby financial exchange involving the chairman of the BBC and a $1 million loan

The Heir and the Spare

Britain’s royal soap opera continues …