Two Swedish dairy experts have landed on the Isle of Wight and are promising a churning revolution. Sophie Morris samples their spread and says, 'I can't believe it is butter!'
As the Republican candidate releases the first TV ad of his campaign, Sophie Morris analyses its make-up, from typically nonsensical policies to extreme use of creative licence. Its the type of farce that, bafflingly, seems to work
Fitness experts give their tips on maintaining motivation to stick to your exercise plans
As thoughts turn to what 2016 has in store for us, Sophie Morris talks to the people at the heart of the horoscope business
'Norwegian Wood' is a paean to the wonders of felling, chopping and burning trees. An unlikely best-seller, it is now exciting wood-burning Brits.
Trevor Thomas adapts technology to make adventure accessible. He tells Sophie Morris about the apps and gadgets that lead the way
This month is the beginning of the herring season, and as a new generation of consumers discovers this traditional British fish, Sophie Morris explores its rich history and meets the people charged with safeguarding its future
In recent years, you'll have noticed a rush for food to be deployed as a status symbol, if not in your own circles then certainly on television. We've seen gold-plated burgers, a £150 bacon sandwich, and silly servings of caviar running into tens of thousands of pounds. It's all total nonsense, of course, shimmering bait for stupid rich people, and marketing ammunition for brands that really should know better. And it seems all the more amusing this week, when I discover that the bottom-feeder of a rodent I am supposed to be writing about is in such high demand and short supply that it's off the menu, almost unobtainable, just like those elusive gold-plated burgers.
Begun in the 1980s as a celebration of counter-culture, Burning Man in Nevada has become a bragging event for networkers. Sophie Morris learns how it lost its spark
Surgeons operate better when they listen to music, and tunes can help patients relax. But to nurses, it's a nightmare. So much for working in harmony, says Sophie Morris
British barbecues are sizzling with fresh techniques and delicious spices from around the globe that put the usual charred sausages to shame. Sophie Morris gets all fired up
They’re home grown, healthy and delicious – and in season now. So why have blackcurrants been neglected, while blueberries and gojis get all the glory?
High fees are stopping workers with legitimate grievances from taking employers to a tribunal. Sophie Morris on a disturbing new workplace trend
Extreme weather in Tiblisi has wrought havoc on man and beast. But, asks Sophie Morris, while humans can always hope for emergency aid, what plans are made for their zoos?
Tins of pilchards, tuna or cockles are more than just store-cupboard staples. Pick the right ones and you can cook up a feast, says chef Bart van Olphen, whose book on the subject has become a surprise bestseller. Sophie Morris fishes for the facts
Vanity Fair has admitted that it had been discussing the possibility of this cover since January