Hogwarts fans will be delighted to hear that the University of Huddersfield has recently appointed the world’s first Visiting Professor of Performance Magic. US-born Dr Todd Landman, who combines a career as a magician and mentalist with a post as Read more »
It has been some ten years since my move to Dorset from London and not a day goes by when I don’t count my foodie blessings. In deciding where to go my arm hovered over the map of west Dorset Read more »
Lindsey Hilsum, Channel 4 News’ International Editor has covered the major conflicts of the past two decades, including the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kosovo and was the only English-speaking foreign correspondent in Rwanda when the genocide started. Her first book, Sandstorm, describes the story of the revolution in Libya. She spoke to Fergus Byrne about the horrors that led to the fall of modern history’s most notorious dictator.
The British, regrettably, have an awkward relationship with Spanish charcuterie. We demonstrate a gulf of misunderstanding that matches that of our most notorious Torquay hotelier to his eager Spanish waiter, a relationship that played out on our screens at the Read more »
‘It’s going to be like trying to get a condom on a whale!’ Foodie is cheerily surveying the metallic ribcage of a ten metre long polytunnel frame. It has been reassembled after he bundled off his unsuspecting mum to help Read more »
FRUSTRATING it may be, but there’s something comfortingly fitting about being stuck behind a milk lorry when you’re travelling down a West Country lane, especially when in search of a dairy farm. On a recent occasion, crawling at a snail’s Read more »
Robin Mills went to West Bay, Dorset, to meet Arthur Watson. This is his story. I’ve been in West Bay for quite a long time, now. I was born in 1936, in Surrey, and in 1939 at the outbreak of Read more »