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The tale of the tomato is an extraordinary success story. Today, it is a key ingredient in an array of cuisines around the world. Juicy-fleshed and delicate in flavour, offering a distinctive blend of acidity and sweetness, the tomato is a wonderfully...
Downton Abbey, beware. Rarely since the 1995 adaption of Pride And Prejudice has the British public been so feverishly gripped by a period drama. In no small part, our attention has been seized by the titular hero of the new BBC drama, Ross Poldark,...
Book Reviews: 13 March
OUT NOW ONE NIGHT, MARKOVITCH by Ayelet Gundar- Goshen, translated by Sondra Silverston (Pushkin Press, £10; offer price, £9.50) This funny, poetic, yet heartbreaking novel is based on the true story of 20 marriages of convenience that were arranged to...
Why I Tune In For The Credits
I’m not normally one to boast, but without me David Tennant would be nothing. Sure, it’s Broadchurch this and Doctor Who that now, but without yours truly Mr DT would struggle to get his close family to recognise him. Back in 2001, he was picked to...
10 Great British Chairs
The chair is a universal object of the Western world. Its function is immediately apparent and its use is embedded in Western society and culture. But function and use are only part of the story, for all historic chairs are also direct links to the...
Mum's the word
The terms Mothering Sunday and Mother’s Day actually refer to two distinct festivals with entirely different origins. The former is a Christian tradition, the latter a secular celebration imported from the US. Mothering Sunday dates back to the Middle...
Help! I'm a granny
There is no such thing as a typical granny. Old-fashioned picture books might suggest that she’s a comfortable old biddy in a flowery pinny, grey hair piled in a bun as she knits baby bonnets – but no grandma has looked like that since the 1920s. The...
How to discover your 'mature style'
It usually sneaks up on you. You enter a room and suddenly you realise: you’re invisible. Yes, people see you. But those people are usually friends, your spouse and the person who invited you to the occasion. What I’m talking about here is what the...
He is famous for playing immature lunk Gary in Men Behaving Badly and an uptight GP in Doc Martin, but Martin Clunes may soon be equally well known for a very different role. In a new ITV drama, Arthur & George, Clunes stars as the ‘Arthur’ of the...
Vivien Leigh was the very first. Olivia de Havilland and Glenda Jackson have done it twice. And this weekend, Keira Knightley, Felicity Jones and Rosamund Pike are all in with a chance. So what am I talking about? Well, the Oscars of course – and the...
I truly believe that things happen for a reason. One summer five years ago, I had been working so hard – cooking and delivering vegetarian lunches to people’s offices – and my dodgy back gave way the day before my birthday. I could hardly walk – it was...
Churchill: A Nation’s Farewell
It would have been a wonderfully eccentric and oh-so-British final resting place for Winston Churchill: his ashes scattered across the croquet lawn at Chartwell, just feet away from the graves of his beloved poodles Rufus I and Rufus II. In the end,...
On Deck Decorum tips for cruisers
William Hanson Continued interest in cruises amongst both older and younger generations has fueled the creation of a wealth of new groundbreaking ships and destinations, as Quantum of the Seas and exotic destinations the likes of Australasia, China and...
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 23 January
Dear Thomas, I called on some friends recently, a husband and wife, who come from a more privileged background than I do and went to better universities. I wanted to deliver some hyacinths I’ve been growing for them but they were out. As it happened,...
What are you working on at the moment? I’ve just completed a script for BBC Radio and I’m preparing for a live stand-up of Just William and Just Jeeves. When are you at your happiest? When my wife Ros and I are having breakfast with our two...
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 9 January
Dear Thomas, I fell out most brutally with quite a close friend about five years ago. I can’t even remember why now. Once we bumped into each other (so I thought) in an art gallery and when I tried at least to be polite, she was very aggressive. It...
Only five minutes after meeting Honeysuckle Weeks, I think she is great. Not just because she stars in the much-loved ITV series Foyle’s War (playing Samantha Stewart, Christopher Foyle’s trusted ally), but also because she had to learn to dance for...
The Lady Traveller: Capri, Pompeii & the Amalfi Coast
Tour Highlights Spend a week in the Neapolitan Riviera Visit the ruins of Roman Pompeii Discover and explore historic Naples Journey along the famous Amalfi Drive Enjoy a full day on the Isle of Capri Fully escorted by a tour manager 7 nights'...
The Daily: October 9
Unveiling the New Dad's Army The new Dad's Army film cast has been announced! It will be set in 1944, following Home Guard's attempts to out a spy. The original cast made their own film in 1971, however, due its popularity, casting for the new version...
Malevich: Revolutionary Of Russian Art
Kazimir Severinovich Malevich is nothing short of an explosive genius. No matter what one’s personal tastes in art it is impossible not to appreciate his audacious vivacity and soaring imagination. Born in Kiev in 1879, the eldest of 14 siblings, his...

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