Green news, December

Bond actor brings poetry to garden

Michael Lonsdale, (above) is one of France’s most recognisable actors, most famous outside his home country for playing the Bond baddie Drax in 1979’s Moonraker. He is also a committed ecologist and nature lover, and recently performed at an open air spoken word, music and nature event in Conleau, Morbihan (Brittany).

Lonsdale, now 86, has read poems and literary texts alongside the pianist Patrick Scheyder for over ...

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