Still struggling with this one. I seem to have lost the plot with Mondays.
Update 19/12/12 Got there in the end. Slowed down by a couple of long anagrams and some brain fade.
Walton’s deceptive appearance? (6) = FACADE
Back to normality, finnished on the train.
A Beignet say, may be healthier, doctor finally admitted (7) = FRITTER
healthier = FITTER, doctor finally = R
A short talk by Greek Hero (4) = AJAX
A = A, short talk = JA(W), by = X (multiplied by)
Question and answer in front of school lines (8) = QUATRAIN
question = QU, answer = A, school = TRAIN
DT 27054 – Solved with Steven on NYD
Beast‘s outspoken answer to ‘Which wine, darling?’ (3,4) = RED DEER
ouspoken = homophone
Not in agreement about November’s bonus (8) = DIVIDEND
not in agreement = DIVIDED, November = N
Available relations taking coach for Harrow or elsewhere (6-3,6) = SINGLE SEX SCHOOL
available = SINGLE, relations = SEX, coach = SCHOOL
Not done as I had the flu
Ship takes fellow beyond part of the Commonwealth (8) = INDIAMAN
part of the Commonwealth = INDIA, fellow = MAN
A model hiding nothing? Such may be found in church! (4) = APSE
A = A, model = POSE, hiding nothing = delete O (usually written around O)
BEIGNET = a fritter
by = X
QUATRAIN = lines; stanza or poem of four lines.
INDIAMAN = ship; trading vessel used between GB and India