'Hannibal Lecter is the happiest man I've played'
Norwegian woman recounts personal questions from interview
Imagine yourself on a weekend away at a British country-house hotel, and thoughts of afternoon tea on the terrace and reading the papers over a full English breakfast may well spring to mind. But those traditions have now been supplemented by some of the most modern cooking happening anywhere in the country.
For all the Nobel prizes and predictions of global apocalypse and preaching to the converted, climate change remains a niche issue
With seriously high stakes, it's an extreme arena
Seven days before the first Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler fight in 2010 the trouble started when the fight was postponed, Froch gained 7lb at a barbecue, his elbow was injured and his eardrum was damaged.
For a player who loves nothing better than to topple the biggest names at the biggest tournaments, Laura Robson was yesterday handed the perfect draw for the French Open, which begins in Paris tomorrow.
'Put me in ski trousers, and I'm happy'
It has been voted the world's best restaurant three years in a row, but is unlikely to be be winning any hygiene awards after dozens of diners fell ill with food poisoning.
'It's about the long route from A to B. The sense of the detour is important to me'
The 25-year-old is currently on loan at Juventus from Arsenal
Where to go and what to know
The singer doesn't believe music and politics mix - despite rubbing shoulders with Obama at a climate change summit