Category Archives: Left-handedness
It is said that while many US presidents have been left-handed, only Winston Churchill, James Callaghan and David Cameron have been left-handed prime ministers. While it is is unimportant in the great scheme of things, in one case, this claim … Continue reading
A really pleasant half an hour or so in the presence of a remarkably sprightly 86 year old. I love the fact that she has been married for 58 years.
Emma Thompson Emma Thompson has been part of my life for over twenty years. In fact, the Thompson family has been part of my life since the day I watched The Magic Roundabout on TV. Not only is she an … Continue reading
Judy Davis is one of my favourite actors and has been ever since My Brilliant Career. She exudes intelligence and poise. Her best performances include A Passage to India, High Tide, Impromptu, Barton Fink and Life With Judy Garland. This … Continue reading
I have scrapped my next candidate in this prodigious prestigious (you nit) series because I have just read “Anywhere But Here” (#10 of Buffy season 8*). So I am moving on to my next favourite left-handed person I love admire … Continue reading
I confess that I notice left-handed people all the time despite the fact that I am particularly right-handed but – whatever – you’ve got to hang an entry on something. Julia Sawalha is famous for playing juveniles both when she … Continue reading