For me, one of the reassuring things about the English pub is the ploughman's lunch.
Sociologists have taken over advertising.
The biggest problem for ex-soldiers is depression.
Princess Margaret was born in 1930.
One of the main drags of phoning any company is being put on hold.
Jean-Claude was a young man living in a rural French town.
One evening many years ago, I was in the BMP creative department.
Peter Bronsman was working as a deckhand on a Swedish freighter.
The most successful horoscope writer ever was Jonathan Cainer.
In 1886 in the US, 65% of the population lived in rural areas.
A Credit Suisse report says the top 1% now own 50% of the world's wealth.
In the 14th century, England was run on feudal lines.
Errol McKellar owns a garage in Hackney.
Mason Wartman moved from Philadelphia to work on Wall Street.
In Japan, the Kishigawa branch line was losing $4.7 million a year.
Many years ago, Paul Arden's son, Christian, had a restaurant on King's Road.
One morning in 1993, I got a phone call at home: "Don't come into work, a bomb's blown the front of the agency in".
Crispin Porter & Bogusky has an elephant logo.
In the early 1980s, football was in a bad state.
In 1783, America won the War of Independence.