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This World: The Tea Trail With Simon Reeve
It’s the most combustible question in an age-old debate: milk first or after? Yes, we Brits can remain insouciant when it comes to those trivial other little matters – you know, religion, politics, global warming – but we’ll brook no argument when it...
One, two, tree
The new garden has several unprepossessing trees – a ragged yew that can be reclaimed by expert pruning over the next few years, the massive tamarisk I mentioned last week and a charmless bay tree. There is also an unidentified magnolia in the front...
Essential Winter Vitamins
IRON Why take it? It assists in the formation of red blood cells, to carry oxygen round the body. Considered essential for energy, vitality and brain power. A deficiency can lead to anaemia. Non-meat eaters, or those with a heavy menstrual cycle,...
Into Virginia Woolf’s garden
Monk’s House in East Sussex was bought by Leonard and Virginia Woolf as a country retreat in 1919. At the beginning, lacking funds, the Woolfs endured conditions that were primitive to a degree unimaginable today – no electricity or running water,...
The Daily: September 10
Swiss Mr Bean' destroys priceless artwork An inebriated Radio Switzerland Journalist reached for a canapé a preview at the Meno Uno gallery and missed, smashing Luciano Fabro's Impronta (Imprint) instead. The artwork is one of the most celebrated works...
Book Reviews: 13 September
OUT NOW RESISTANCE: Jews And Christians Who Defied The Nazi Terror by Nechama Tec (Oxford University Press, £17.99; offer price, £14.99) Holocaust scholar Nechama Tec attempts to shatter the myth surrounding Jewish passivity in the face of Nazi...
The Daily: September 9
Marin Alsop becomes the first woman to conduct the Last Night of Proms The Last Night of the Proms has not had a female conductor for the 118 years it has been running but this weekend Marin Alsop changed this track record. In a speech she made that...
The Daily: September 2
Fish Goldfish are able to differentiate between 2 different classical composers, when trained, and to show preferences. This research confirms that goldfish have a strong sense of hearing, but also confirms their intelligence is alas limited. Japanese...
The Daily: August 28
Broccoli claimed to slow arthritis Lab studies by UK researchers have led them to believe that broccoli could slow down and possibly prevent osteoarthritis. To encourage this claim, a test by The University of East Anglia is being carried out on 20...
The Daily: August 23
The end of Downton? Downton Abbey aficionados avert your eyes: some truly worrying news is hot off the press. In a recent interview, Hugh Bonneville, who plays the Earl of Grantham, has urged Julian Fellowes to ‘quit while he is ahead’. Bonneville has...
The Daily: August 8
Murray makes a winning return in his first competitive match since Wimbledon Andy Murray made a winning comeback in the second round of the Rogers Cup in Canada, beating opponent Marcel Granollers 6-4, 7-6 (7-2). This is Murray's first competitive...
The Daily: July 19
London 2012 Olympics have inspired the UK A new report suggests that the UK economy has seen a £9.9bn boost in trade and investment from hosting the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games and it is estimated that the total benefit to the UK will be...
The Daily: July 16
Lynda Bellingham Diagnosed with cancer Actress and presenter Lynda Bellingham has been diagnosed with cancer although no further details of her condition have been reported. The BBC said that the 65 year old, who is famous for her appearances on Loose...
The Daily: July 15
Archaeologists believe they have discovered the world's oldest lunar "calendar" A series of 12 pits which appear to mimic the phases of the moon and track lunar months has been found in excavated field at Crathes Castle, in Scotland. A team led by the...
The Daily: June 26
Liquorice Museum planned for Pontefract The Yorkshire town of Pontefract, home of the British liquorice trade, plans to build a museum dedicated to the sweet treat. The liquorice plant which originates from the Mediterranean and the Middle East was...
A question of charity
Carers face intractable difficulties but support is not always easily obtainable from local authorities or the health service. The charitable sector, therefore, has a vital role to play, as is shown by initiatives such as Carers Week. The Stroke...
Radio Review: 17 May
When I found out that BBC local radio in Yorkshire had a weekly hour-long show devoted to the weather, I imagined it might be like the Four Yorkshiremen sketch from At Last The 1948 Show, with competitive tykes trying to outdo each other about the...
It’s going to be a very special show this year: the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, or ‘Chelsea’, as gardeners tend to call it, is celebrating its centenary, with RHS vice president Alan Titchmarsh launching the RHS Chelsea Centenary Appeal to raise £1m for...
'My big love was maths!'
Paco Delgado received an Oscar nominated for his lavish and imaginative designs in Tom Hooper's epic big screen adaptation of Les Misérables. Here he reveals how they managed Anne Hathaway's dramatic weight loss, his love of research and his unlikely...
Book Reviews: 5 April
OUT NOW THE ART OF LEAVING by Anna Stothard (Alma Books, £7.99; offer price, £7.59) Eva has been trying to leave her lawyer boyfriend, Luke, almost since the moment she met him. It’s nothing personal, it’s just what Eva likes best: leaving. She’s...

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