Dorset: why it should be your go-to location this summer

England Travel May 11, 2019 0 Comments

‘Going to the seaside’ is a popular British rite of passage. Come the age of 12-14, it would be incredulous if you hadn’t visited or frequented the picturesque, balmy British coastline.  Northerners might traverse to North Wales or the prettier Pembrokeshire. The Scottish stay local and go to their west coast. Southerners? It’s straight in the campervan, flooring it down…

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Take a look back at what some of our favourite stars wore to their FIRST ever Oscars – some are hardly recognisable! | THE SUN

Published Work March 8, 2018 0 Comments

Words Catherine McMaster LET’S take a trip down memory lane and indulge in a bit of Hollywood nostalgia. Tonight, the Oscars red carpet is being rolled out for Tinseltown’s best to strut down. It’s the 90th Academy Awards and one of the biggest events of the film industry’s season. And there’s one guilty reason most of us have for tuning in…

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Fernando Laposse: a grain of truth

Video July 16, 2019 0 Comments

Art, gastronomy, science, politics, geography, history, economics, alchemy, entrepreneurialism, mixology and activism can all be found in his labours. At the heart of his work is a fascination with food – its production, how it’s embedded in notions of global economics, and the way it reflects and shapes national identity

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