I see you open tonight at the Mark Taper here in my home town in your new play “Nightingale”.
I haven’t read a word of publicity in the newspapers.
Anyway, you never did reverse your decision to cut me out of your life, and that’s o.k. I won’t be visiting you without an invitation, and

Tucked away on page 4 of today’s L.A. Times entertainment section, Mike Boehm reports that Lynn’s sister Vanessa will be taking over in Lynn’s one woman show, “Nightingale” at the Mark Taper Forum next month.
I was hoping that Lynn’s appearance locally would mean that she would be able to appear in LA Family court,

April 23, 2006
The mystery of what happened to my family has just been cleared up.

Mr. Maggart, not happy with being Lynn Redgrave’s secret lover for the past 25 years, apparently thinks nothing of helping her get me evicted while hiding behind a video camera, but wishes also to hijack my family, steal my

March 19, 2006
This rather remarkable interview with my old sister-in-law was by and with journalist Lynn Barber, and appeared in the London Observer last week.
I still follow the lives of my former family, because I was a part of them all for so long, and I can’t stop myself from doing that. Please

One on one. Live. Advertised as “OPEN MEETING – A CONVERSATION WITH LYNN REDGRAVE”, to be held under the auspices of New York’s Women in Film and Television at The Princeton Club, 15 West 43rd, NYC. on Sept. 22.
The interviewer, Robert Osborne, now the famed columnist for the Hollywood Reporter and host of cable’s

I am sorry to see that Lynn’s brother, Corin Redgrave, suffered a heart attack today, even while making yet another political action speech. I’ve always admired the fact that he puts his heart into what comes out of his mouth.
I have no quarrel with Lynn’s family, even though I have heard nothing from any

“Be Careful What You Wish For.”
So goes the old aphorism. It can also lead to stress, Lynn, and I hope you are over it by now.
I heard about your breast cancer. I am sorry I could not be there for you, but I see that Annabel was with you, you got a book

September 5, 2006
Tucked away on page 4 of today’s L.A. Times entertainment section, Mike Boehm reports that Vanessa Redgrave will be starring in “Nightingale” at the Mark Taper Forum next month!
How come nobody’s minding the store for you? This sort of confusion should not be happening. And I see that the City of