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    1371 King Robert II of Scotland (1371-90) is crowned, becoming the first monarch of the House of Stewart. 1859 Johannes Brahms's 1st piano concerto (in D minor) premieres in Hanover.

  • War on wrinkles rankles with defiant Gabby

    Despite more women of middle age and older on our TV screens than ever, it can still feel as if females in the public eye aren't expected to age at the same rate as men. But Gabby Logan is bowing to no such pressure.

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    Should I Tell You? by Jill Mansell (Headline, £14.99) Amber, Lachlan and Raffaele were fostered by the loving May and Teddy and grew up in Lanrock, Cornwall. Now in their thirties, all three are back living in the seaside town.

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    It's more than 20 years since I created one of my most controversial newspaper features. It was in a magazine that no longer exists, working with colleagues now scattered to the winds.

  • 3 Burns Night stars on the High Street

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