MT says goodbye to Wheatcroft, who has commented on corporate machinations in our pages for six years. The insights of perhaps the best-connected woman in business have made her one of our most-loved writers. We wish her every success as Sunday Telegraph editor.
It's guru on guru this month, as Peters reviews Charles Handy's autobiography Myself and Other More Important Matters. Peters was so taken with it that he struggled with his word-count. Readers beware: 'I want to grab you by the collar and read you one quote after another,' he says.
AUDE VAN RYN
The London-based Belgian who decorated our 'When in China ...' feature has never visited the Asian powerhouse. But, having led the 'stressful but enjoyable' life of an illustrator for 10 years, Van Ryn is 'keen to learn how others live'. She draws for book covers, magazines and company clients such as BP.
A journalist since 1982, Snow has capitalised on his youthful pastimes, editing rock magazine Mojo and football monthly FourFourTwo. Here he meets the duo that propelled Robbie Williams to Britpop sensation, finding method amid the madness. He writes for Q, the Guardian and the Sunday Times.
Asked whether she's a Robbie Williams fan, the electronic music-lover answers carefully 'he is talented'. Schori spent a day stalking Williams' managers around their office, finding them to be a giggly pair with 'a lot of love for each other'. Her photo images have appeared in Another Magazine and Vogue.