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Take one room, spin it through 90 degrees and let a gravity-defying Frenchman loose in it. Then prepare to be amazed

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Inside Death Row with Trevor McDonald, ITV

One day someone will take away BBC4 and there will fall across the land a mighty lamentation, even though relatively few people watch it now and we all pretty much take it for granted. BBC4's problem – and this is by way of a confession – is that its programmes sometimes sound so worthy on paper that you're inclined to promise yourself you'll catch up later on iPlayer and watch something more indulgent instead.

Press darling: Smart interiors at The Printworks

B & B and Beyond: The Printworks, Hastings

The Victorian offices of a south-coast newspaper now house a stylish and spacious B&B

Hot seat: Verner Panton’s 1968 plastic chair is one of 200 works chosen from a collection of 14,000

IoS visual art review: The Dr Susan Weber Furniture Gallery, V&A, London

A new furniture gallery at the V&A has some stunning pieces, but the brilliance on show is let down by clunky presentation

Five-Minute Memoir: Andrew Kaufman recalls the day a friendship went wrong

The trip wasn't about celebrating Cinco de Mayo. I wasn't even sure what Cinco de Mayo was. Few people in south-western Ontario, the industrial heartland of Canada, did. All I knew for sure was that it was both American and Mexican, which seemed like an odd combination, interesting but potentially volatile.

On right path at Marshalls despite the rain

Marshalls, the company that provided paving for the London Olympics, saw revenues fall 7 per cent in 2012 as bad weather put paid to many people's plans to build patios or drives.

8. Shelving is a great way to get organised and you can add to this if you need to. From £87, thelollipopshoppe.co.uk

The store wars

From vertical wine racks to nifty storage boxes, Trish Lorenz has everything you need to store all that post-Christmas junk

Survivors of Connecticut school shooting return to class

Children who survived a gunman's rampage at a Connecticut school begin classes again today at a repurposed school in the neighbouring town of Monroe.

Was £168, now £79.95. Add a touch of spring to your bedroom with this Esperanza quilt, anthropologie.co.uk

Time to bag a bargain

Fancy upgrading your interiors? Brave the cold – and the other shoppers – and you could find your dream sale item. Trish Lorenz explains how

Harriet Walker: I am Christmas personified

A strange transformation has taken hold of me this festive season: I'm actually looking forward to it.

The small monkey was found wandering around in Ikea

The best of the Ikea Monkey memes from around the internet

Nothing brightens up a dull Ikea shopping trip, like a monkey in a Del Boy-style sheepskin coat roaming the aisles

Blue murder: Steve Oram and Alice Lowe in Ben Wheatley's macabre 'Sightseers'

Museums should market their obscure objects of desire

Plus; the book with the phantom plot and a camping film that hasn't been pitched correctly

White out: Keep the table free for food by hanging decorations from the ceiling or light fittings. From £4, thewhitecompany.com

Hanging out the cheer

Whether you're putting them up now or holding out until Christmas Eve, Trish Lorenz has all the bright baubles and luxuries lights you'll need

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