Tags » Christopher Wood

1970s: Future of the literary Bond?

By Nicolas Suszczyk,

Guest Writer

Forever and a Day, the new James Bond novel, came out this week. Based on material Ian Fleming wrote for an unproduced TV series, British author Anthony Horowitz placed Bond in a pre-Casino Royale era, sent to investigate murder of the man who carried the 007 number before him in the Cote d’Azur. 898 more words

Ian Fleming

Capex cycle revival, Modi re-election key for rally: CLSA's Chris Wood

Latest News

The ‘Indian story’ will be badly damaged if the formidable Narendra Modi government was not re-elected for another term, writes Christopher Wood, managing director, equity strategist at CLSA in his weekly note, GREED & fear. 235 more words


Kettle's Yard: Vortex Gaudier-Brzeska

How have I contrived not to visit Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge until now? But we’ll certainly be going back. More Gaudier-Brzeskas than you can manage, almost to the point of fainting, plus some extraordinary David Jones and Christopher Wood, and a whole lot more besides. 395 more words


Building the Boat, Tréboul -- Christopher Wood

Building the Boat, Tréboul, 1930 by Christopher Wood (1901-1930)


Having the right connections

Almost all single family homes in Japan have a place that is called the “genkan”. This is located right inside the front door. It is usually considered a connection between the outside and the inside of the house. 557 more words

Life At A Japanese Girls' University

Life intervenes

Catching the shuttle to Planet Vinyl can be hard. There is work, there is family, there are bills and tax returns. There is illness and stress. 310 more words


I Don't Mind

U“We need to start speaking up and sharing how we’re really feeling because if we can do that, I think as a group, we can shift the way the world views mental health,” Christopher Wood, actor on the CW’s Supergirl, said in a… 450 more words

Christopher Wood