St Augustine's Abbey in Ramsgate is the birthplace of English Christianity and where I discovered the joy of learning history and heritage.
Millions across the UK fell silent in tribute to those lost in war, standing in a moment of quiet contemplation as history was remembered.
From the back-streets of East London to the front page of the Times: quite a journey for the riders of the Ebony Horse Club.
Labour veteran Tony Benn may be older but he has lost none of his sharpness as he reflects on his life in politics.
The actions of a remarkable breed of men and women are a source of pride for a force tarred by the Andrew Mitchell incident.
On a long and vexed journey home I read Daily Mail Editor-in-Chief Paul Dacre's piece defending the Levy 'blitzkrieg' on Miliband's father.
Last night I met my heroes and was honoured to honour one of my favourites – Ben Maher.
A fascinating debate is raging on Twitter about what the best response to bullying and abuse is, and how we interact online.
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.