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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...
The Daily: December 7
Turtle Doves on the Decrease With just 14,000 turtle doves left in Britain, the last five years have seen their numbers plummet by up to two thirds. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has said that the population is 'balancing on a knife...
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 What, Where, When: 24 August
WHAT: Chilterns Craft Show Adorned with over 200 trade stands, Chiltern promises to provide punters with unique creative ideas that they are unlikely to find on the high street. WHERE: Stonor Park, Henley on Thames, RG9 6HF, Oxfordshire,
The Daily: March 25
Carol Vorderman breaks nose in high heels A good pair of heels can make you feel poised, elegant and ready to take on anything, so long as you wear a pair that you can walk in. Carol Vorderman suffered more than a knock to her pride when she tumbled...
15 Best British Cream Teas
This is a splendid ritual that most good hotels offer their guests, with delicious food and not only a selection of wonderful teas to choose from but all manner of exotic beverages, too. Do book ahead, though. All these teas are available at places...
Keith’s Good Life
Penelope Keith’s theatre work has taken her the length and breadth of the country, but she isn’t one for relaxing in soulless hotel rooms before the curtain goes up. ‘I have my days free, so I do get out a lot and I’ve explored quite a lot of the...
National Marsh?
‘All my thoughts are directed towards England. I want only for a favourable wind to plant the Imperial Eagle on the Tower of London,’ Napoleon proclaimed in 1802. And, as far as the British army was concerned, he would be making his way over Romney...
Top Things to Do For October Half Term
Whether it's spectacular landscapes ablaze with colour or dark moody skies over ravaging seas, autumn is a time to feast your eyes on the wonders of the natural world. And with all kinds of events from bat detecting and wild crafts to Hallowe’en trails...
Dancing On The Edge
There are some weeks when, frankly, it’s a bit of a struggle to find something new in the television schedule that I can recommend to your attention. And then there’s this week. Dancing On The Edge (scheduled for 4 February on BBC Two) is a big, shiny,...
Spring into your garden
March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers is a bit of doggerel familiar to a nation in thrall to the vagaries of its weather. After the long grey months of winter, gardeners have high hopes of spring. We crave warmth and sun, light and...
Days out for dads
It’s the one day of the year when dads across Britain get to call the shots. This Father’s Day, it’s time to give dad a special day out he will really love, be that walking in the great outdoors, delving into the pages of history or re-living his...
Blooming brilliant
The Chelsea Flower Show has long been held in high esteem by the world’s horticultural heavyweights. Starting out as the Royal Horticultural Society Great Spring Show 1862, it moved to the grounds of Royal Hospital Chelsea in 1913 and has been held...
Opera Review: 20 July
LE NOZZE DI FIGARO Not content with being the single most important figure working in the world of theatre today, Michael Grandage is establishing a sideline for himself as a director of opera. After making his debut with a spirited rendition of Billy...
YOUR HEALTH Dr James Le Fanu: 10 August
The human foot is a most sophisticated, durable piece of mechanical engineering – which is certainly a good thing as it is much the most traumatised part of the body. Its most impressive feature is the independence of all its structures so that bones,...
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 13th October
Dear Thomas I was amused by a recent piece in The Times revealing that the 10-year friendship between Charles Dickens and Hans Christian Andersen failed to survive the latter’s visit to the author’s Kent home when he outstayed his welcome by three...
Red Skies
‘Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight. Red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning’, so the old weather maxim goes and invariably it is as true as it is breathtaking to see. We owe this nugget of information to the Gospel of Matthew and the rather sage...
Ahead of the curve
The 1930s gave us, among other things, the De La Warr Pavilion and the artist Bridget Riley. Both have stood the test of time – although as far as I know, Riley has not felt the need to undergo the major facelift that the pavilion recently splashed out...
On the market… Houses of note
1 Leinster Corner, London: £6,950,000 Built in 1820, this Grade II * property was once the home of JM Barrie, and where he wrote Peter Pan. It has seven bedrooms, and retains many features from Barrie’s time, including wall panelling, fireplaces, door...
The What, Where, When: 22 May
WHAT: Photo London. Showcasing works gathered from the world's best galleries, Photo London is an exciting and unique photography show, held in London's Somerset House. WHERE: Somerset House, Strand WC2R 1LA WHEN: 21-25 May WHAT:...

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