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Scottish Highlights & Faroes Cruise
9-day cruise from £1,199 for two Departs 5 October 2018, sailing from London Tilbury This autumn cruise from Tilbury offers the opportunity to discover the historic lanes and wynds of majestic Scottish capital Edinburgh from Leith, home to the famous...
Book Reviews: 24 February
OUT NOW IN THE GREAT GREEN ROOM by Amy Gary (Flatiron Books, £21.97) This is the first biography of Margaret Wise Brown, whose children’s book Goodnight Moon has captivated readers for years. Amy Gary is a Brown enthusiast and had access to her...
Win a self-catering holiday for 6-8 people in Cornwall
Win a self-catering holiday for 6-8 people in Cornwall
Denial receives a UK release to coincide with Holocaust Memorial Day, which serves to emphasise the film’s monumental importance. Oddly but interestingly, everything else about it is spectacularly downplayed. Starring Rachel Weisz as American academic...
Book Reviews: 9 December
OUT NOW TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Life In Girls’ Boarding Schools, 1939-1979 by Ysenda Maxtone Graham (Slightly Foxed Editions, £16) Ysenda Maxtone Graham, alumna of the King’s school, has interviewed a host of famous women to recount the ramshackle...
Hiroshige’s View of Mount Fuji
As Japan’s sacred mountain, an active volcano with near-perfect dimensions whose celebrated snow-capped image symbolises ancient spiritual beliefs, recognised as a number-one tourist destination, Mount Fuji has been captured in art form for thousands...
New Year Resolutions For Healthy Eyes
"Whilst we often think about wrapping up warm to protect our skin in the chilly winter months, we often forget that winter can take its toll on our eye health too! Dry eye is a common condition during winter, causing tired, dry and irritated eyes, and...
7 tips for keeping your pet calm this Bonfire Night
Research has shown an estimated 45 per cent of dogs in the UK exhibit signs of fear when they hear fireworks. Marc Abrahams and Hive have created a guide to creating a 'Pet Zen Den' – a series of top tips for pet owners on how to transform any part of...
Win a family ticket to Christmas at Blenheim Palace
Win a family ticket to Christmas at Blenheim Palace
Worry wart
From wrinkles to spots and acne, the average woman worries about the appearance of their skin for 32 minutes every single day. Acne is the biggest anxiety for females, followed by signs of ageing and the emergence of dark circles around the eyes. Over...
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 24 June
Dear Thomas, I’m very excited to be asked to the wedding of the daughter of a friend, but worried – to say the least – about what to wear. Is a hat essential? I don’t want to look blowsy, or mutton dressed as lamb, or as if I haven’t made an effort....
Summer Beauty Dos and Don’ts from The Club Spa
Dos Do use SPF even when it still seems like winter Wind and sun are one dynamic (and evil) duo for the skin. So when freezing temperatures and biting winds have left your skin dry, agitated, and pretty much in the fetal position, UV rays have a clear...
Book reviews: 22 April
OUT NOW A CABINET OF PHILOSOPHICAL CURIOSITIES by Roy Sorensen (Profile Books, £14.99; offer price, £12.99) As the title suggests this is a dizzying, surprising and amusing compendium of fascinating and odd examples of logic that can be found outside...
Top spring gardens
East Blickling Estate, Norfolk Four centuries of good husbandry have made Blickling's 55 acre garden one of the greatest in England. It changes through the seasons and has evolved over the centuries to reflect different fashions. Visit in May and...
Book reviews: 15 April
OUT NOW UNEXPECTED ISRAEL: STORIES YOU NEVER READ IN THE MEDIA by Ruth Corman (Gefen Publishing House, £29.50; offer price, £25) Beautifully illustrated with photographs by the author, Unexpected Israel brings to life a rich cast of characters that you...
I’ve been longing to review this play because I’ve always wanted to write the sentence ‘Bean’s on Toast’, for the writer is Richard (One Man, Two Guvnors) Bean. The play – his first, written in 1999 – is a vivid slice of workingclass life, set in the...
East Sussex
By halfway through January most of us are feeling conflicted. The diet started in earnest on New Year’s Day has almost inevitably run into some problems; a collision with the biscuit tin in my case. And any new ‘keep-fit’ regimes are limping rather...
Olde World Paint
All paint used before the early 1960s appeared thicker, smelt stronger and had a lethal element to it – a heady mix provided by the white lead used as pigment and eventually banned in 1992. Its brighter cousin, coloured lead, or lead chromate as it was...
The Secret Life of Ealing Studios
The first thing that struck one upon arriving at Ealing Studios was that it didn’t look like a film studio at all. It also had absolutely no right being where it was, slap-bang in the middle of suburbia, surrounded on either side by prosperous homes...
The Lady Gift Guide: Charitable Gifts
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