Ella Fitzgerald, Sidney Bechet, Elton John, Michael Jackson, Michael McDonald, The Rolling Stones and Alejandro Sanz were some of David Beckham’s unexpected picks on Desert Island Disc’s 75th anniversary programme.
Cathedral of design was how Terence Conran, founder of the Design Museum described the newly redesigned former Commonwealth Institute.
David Beckham: The Man. Icon. Family man. Idol. Ambassador. Muse. Not a bad introduction for a working class boy from east London. Welcome to Brand Beckham’s latest incarnation right in the heart of London’s Mayfair.
The news of his passing came like a bolt from the blue just like his Aladdin Sane alter ego, David Bowie; pop singer, glam rocker, gender bender, actor, jazz musician, fashion icon, trendsetter extraordinaire. Seldom has one artiste bestrode so many genres with such perfection and ingenuity. He was the master of reinvention and cool all in one fell swoop.
Discover Ukraine beyond the headlines. Despite war and political turmoil from Maidan to the Crimea, Ukrainian cinema has been enchanting audiences from Cannes to Munich. Now it’s London’s turn.
I was nervous about attending the preview of Suffragette, it’s been a tough few months and I wasn’t in the mood for something I expected to be very harrowing. As soon as I got over my initial fears, however, I was hooked.
Former England captain and Kensington resident David Beckham has waded into the corruption scandal engulfing world football’s governing body, Fifa.
David Beckham decided to join us for breakfast this morning ☕️⚽️ #pastthepond #davidbeckham A post shared by Ashley Lomelin (@ashleeyy__nicole) on Apr 25, 2015 at 7:57am PDT Local delicacy: David Beckham blends in at the Montparnasse cafe in Kensington David Beckham has indeed settled effortlessly into life in west London as the instagram snap shared above shows on a recent visit to his local cafe in Kensington. The man who gave us the sarong and cornrow has a lot to celebrate as he hits forty. Friend and sportswriter Matthew Syed paid a glowing tribute to one of Britain’s sporting and cultural icons in The Times. In fact he can count him as a friend, having penned his biography. He paints an endearing picture of a likeable personality and caring father. His red line? Not even a commercial opportunity will stand between brand Beckham and the school run. “I can’t complain because there are so many aspects of being famous that are a privilege.” He regards the constant adulation as a small price to pay for …