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India – Tigers & the Taj Mahal
This classic tour of northern India’s greatest cities is the perfect introduction to one of the world’s most fascinating and alluring destinations. Discover the Taj Mahal, Delhi, Jaipur and the Ranthambhore tigers on a holiday to India. 10-day escorted...
The Diary of Miss Darcy Bustle: 24 February
We are doing a big special feature on Pet Health this week and for once I am being treated as a bit of an expert. If I had feathers, I might actually puff them up. As it is, I insist on being seated on two cushions on the chaise longue instead. ‘Does...
Win a self-catering holiday for 6-8 people in Cornwall
Win a self-catering holiday for 6-8 people in Cornwall
Seville, Granada & Classic Spain
An exciting exploration of Andalucía, birthplace of Picasso, home of flamenco and cradle of the gypsy life.
A final farewell
As the New Year opens to new opportunities, it is with deep sadness that I finally draw Letters to Stateside to a close. All of those who have embark on new adventures within the next few months will understand the need to complete past projects on a...
Book Reviews: 6 January
OUT NOW School of Velocity by Beck Rubin (One, £12.99) Set in 1960s Holland, cultural historian Rubin’s Taut debut novel is an insightful look at the attraction of opposites and how time affects relationships. At its centre is the friendship between...
Top ten signs you're a foodie
If you have ever used the terms amuse, bouche, cassolette or petit fours without sweating, own a sauté pan and snap 45 pictures of food a week then congratulations... you're officially a foodie! Recent research into the habits of 2,000 people examined...
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...
The Tempest
Sometimes, for no apparent reason, you just get multi- production pile-ups. For instance, 2016 has been a seven-lear year for me, and just at the moment things are quite tempestuous. Apart from productions at the RSC in Stratford and in the Little...
Top dog names for 2016
A new study of 2,000 British dog owners by Butcher's Pet Care reveals the top 20 dog names of 2016 and the nation's dogs are beginning to sound like they should be signing autographs or sitting at the family table, rather than walking the local park....
The last five years
Jason Robert brown’s bittersweet cult musical was first seen in Chicago in 2001, then off- broadway the following year, reaching London’s Menier in 2006. It was also a well-reviewed, though largely unsuccessful (in terms of box office) 2015 film. Now...
Radio Review:11 November
In opening sounds of The 80s on Radio 2 the other week, Sara Cox paid a warm tribute to Desmond Carrington, who had done his final The Music Goes Round earlier in the evening. She said she hoped that on future Friday nights he’d use his new-found...
Style to Boot
The once humble ankle boot has broken free of it’s chestnut toned reputation this season and in a rather swan like fashion comes in a techni-colour feast of designs. From the office tiles to the evening soiree the statement boot has us covered and is...
Radio Review: 21 October
Since the referendum, I’ve given phone-ins an even wider berth than I usually do. However, a chum told me in no uncertain terms that I should listen to 5 Live Daily’s (R5L, weekdays, 10am-1pm) coverage of the ‘killer clown’ business last week. The...
Win a family ticket to Christmas at Blenheim Palace
Win a family ticket to Christmas at Blenheim Palace
The Libertine
Frankly, The Libertine is much too in-yer-face on many fronts for you ladies, but anyone who has seen the ads for the show, with a bearded, super-dooper Dominic Cooper – who came to our notice as that ultra-cocky History Boy – nestled against three...
The Rover
Aphra Behn. Not a distant relation of Hilary, but a restoration playwright, spy and one of the first Englishwomen to earn her living by writing. Her best known play is the 1677 comedy the rover and loveday Ingram’s rollicking production for the Royal...
A Streetcar Named Desire
Maxine Peake has become one of Manchester’s prime tourist attractions. After an incendiary performance of Shelley’s poem the Masque of Anarchy in the city’s International Festival in 2013, she appeared the following summer at the Royal Exchange as...
Autumnal hair colours to opt for
I know a lot of women, including myself, seek a new colour, cut or general change to our hair as the seasons change. What are the top hair colour trends to opt for this fall 2016? Although summer is almost over, it's now when I really start to work...
What are you working on at the moment? I’ve just formed a company, Two Grumpy Chefs, with a friend of mine. We plan to go into people’s houses and do upmarket dinner parties, or cocktail parties on a plane, on a yacht... I hope it works. When are you...

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