Broadcast regulator Ofcom said that this year flooded them with a record number of complaints, topping 150,000 - up 124 per cent on last year. Here is who made the list:
"Dear Eric Clapton, can you take a day off being a d***? Thank you. Your old fans," author Don Winslow said.
Gripping romantic thriller The Leopard’s Daughter: A Pukhtun Story by David Raeburn Finn is an original and eye-opening anti-war novel shedding new light on the 20-year war in Afghanistan.
"Teachers! They don’t teach for the money, but for the lasting impression they make on even just one kid. Thanks Mrs. McDonald," one person said.
Growing up in Canada within a strictly traditional Lebanese family, Dr. Nahla Khaddage Bou-Diab was denied a university education, because culturally it was believed that women should not have such ambitions but, instead, be content with being housewives. Despite this, she set out to succeed and overcome both xenophobia and institutional sexism to carve out a celebrated career in management. Now based in Lebanon, she is recognised as an inspirational leader as well as a gender-diversity leader who serves as...
Must-read memoir Temporarily Insane by Carl Borgen documents the incredible real-life story of a group of hippies and their decades-long search to discover the hidden knowledge of a fabled civilisation said to be buried beneath the North Pole.
In 2019, acclaimed author and screenwriter Guenther Primig published the first in a series of anthologies that artfully combined the best of classic and contemporary horror. The Dark Book of Gwenna Luna: Six Dreams of the Supernatural wrapped its bone-chilling, atmosphere-drenched tales of terror within a wider narrative arc about a young witch’s attempts to escape a deeply-troubled past and become a force for good. The book became an instant bestseller as horror fans queued up to join the cult...
“What could have been a great celebration of global Britain post-Brexit has now been Whitehall sanitised down into something anodyne and meaningless – it is a great opportunity missed," one Brexiteer complained.
First-time author Brian Klein, the award-winning director of Top Gear and other major TV hits, delivers a pitch-perfect alternative history political thriller that shouldn’t be missed. By Timothy Arden