In the light of today’s Nobel Literature Prize award we reproduce Laurence Inman’s review of the winner’s Dear Life.
This week Laurence Inman is in an arboreal mood.
Laurence Inman has seen a secret memo and, in true Wikileaks fashion, reveals its contents just prior to his arrest.
Black US teenager Trayvon Martin’s shooting, and subsequent acquittal of his killer, elicits this from Laurence Inman.
Larry Inman ponders this whilst contemplating an outbreak of violence.
Laurence Inman rather warms to New Jersey’s finest export.
Laurence Inman has a lesson in cyberspace and is in a merrier mood than of late.
Laurence Inman on having it all yet having nothing and has some words of advice for Stephen Fry.
Laurence Inman has been studying the decline of the high street.
Laurence Inman goes exploring heroism and wonders just who we should be celebrating.
Some people are just so off-message. Laurence Inman is one of those people.
Laurence Inman isn’t impressed by the missionary’s position
Laurence Inman is a lot fitter than he looks. Certainly fit enough to assault his telly – again!
But Laurence Inman’s ire drives him to new levels of toughness.
Laurence Inman is in love, but it’s a very weird kind of thing.
Laurence Inman is in a pensive mood, dogged by regrets.
Laurence Inman’s acerbic commentary on the late Baroness Thatcher
Laurence Inman is not in a hopeful mood, despite receiving good news
Laurence Inman casts a critical eye on the art of Shakespeare.
Laurence Inman likes a good moan from time to time. He’s on form here.
Laurence Inman sees certain links ‘twixt the three.
Laurence Inman has a radical plan to make roads safer – but you won’t like it.
Laurence Inman praises the work ethic, eschews the money ethic and comments on Birmingham’s architectural heritage.
Laurence Inman continues his campaign against the hypocrisy surrounding the nation’s love of vehicular transport.
On the day when the Office for National Statistics revealed that in the 2011 Census, driving was the most common form of commuting to work Laurence Inman so wishes it could all be different
Laurence Inman continues his exclusive interviews with the great, the good and the just plain bad.
Doomed, we are. All doomed. Read on to find out why.
Laurence Inman on biographers, biographies and a number 17 bus.
Laurence Inman says: “Don’t get me started on Les Misérables.”
Last year Laurence Inman found himself treading in the footsteps of legends.