Sir Henry Cecil was a peerless horse trainer, a ten-time champion and colourful character. He will be missed.
The hideous realisation that a man who could visit such cold, calculating evil on a quiet market town I fear will linger.
As the jury considers its verdicts, Machynlleth waits. The jury will return their verdict. No-one can return April.
Monday's tornado in Oklahoma has left survivors picking through the pieces of their lives - but others haven't been so lucky.
Lance Bombardier Ben Parkinson's MBE moment sparks magical memories of when I collected my OBE.
For better or worse Margaret Thatcher gave Alastair Stewart the most electric, stimulating and intellectually satisfying decade of his life.
The perceived hardship of those who feel the brunt of austerity is not viewed among the general public in a similar way to the 20s and 30s.
Did Eddie Mair overstep the line when he suggested Boris Johnson was a 'nasty piece or work,' or was he continuing a noble tradition?
A combination of Bill Neely in Argentina for the Falklands referendum, and Julie Etchingham in Rome, for Conclave, took me back to 1982.
It never crossed my mind that Singapore 2005 would be up there with Blair's repeal of Clause 4 in Blackpool or the fall of the Berlin Wall