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Giles Coren

The ed­i­tor-at-large be­gins a new col­umn, Man & Boy, about rais­ing his son, Sam, on page 31. “It is, of course, a project of pa­ter­nal love,” Coren ex­plains. “A chance both

to help new dads ne­go­ti­ate the jun­gle of mod­ern father­hood and get to the bot­tom of what this thing is, that we call ‘a man’. Mainly, though, it should just about cover the lit­tle bas­tard’s school fees.” Coren is a colum­nist at The Times, tele­vi­sion

pre­sen­ter and au­thor.

Tom Parker Bowles

“Of all the half-baked trends and fads ex­creted by the diet in­dus­try, ‘clean eat­ing’

is per­haps the most in­sid­i­ous,” says our food

ed­i­tor. “A dirty scam, a sorry sham. Food should be about plea­sure, not guilt. The sooner we see the back of this sorry bol­locks, the bet­ter.” Learn what Parker Bowles eats in a typ­i­cal day on page 128 (even if it does place him, de­fi­antly, in the “dirty” cat­e­gory). His most re­cent book, The Fort­num’s

Cook­book (Fourth Es­tate) is out now.

Tom Craig

“My jolly on the high seas with Ewan McGre­gor was

like Na­tional Lam­poon meets Cap­tain Pug­wash,” says Craig of this month’s cover shoot. “It in­volved cigars, golf balls, dis­tress flares, fishing tackle and a frozen oc­to­pus. It was a mi­nor mir­a­cle we lost no one over­board or at­tracted the un­wanted at­ten­tion of the Cal­i­for­nia Coast Guard, but Ewan’s in­fec­tious laugh

saved the day.” The pho­tog­ra­pher’s pre­vi­ous

Esquire cov­ers in­clude Idris Elba, Paul McCart­ney

and Sean Penn.

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