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The Weekend's Viewing: The Killing is back with a new sweater design but an old set of basic ingredients
Monday 19 November 2012
The Killing III, Sat, BBC4 // The Secret of Crickley Hall, Sun, BBC1
Friday 16 November 2012
Scientists have found evidence that human ancestors used stone-tipped weapons 200,000 years earlier than once thought, findings that may change notions about the capabilities of prehistoric people.
Wednesday 14 November 2012
Drinks brands Robinsons squash and Irn-Bru are to be poured into the same company after their makers unveiled a £1.4 billion merger deal today.
Thursday 08 November 2012
From life in a top-end New York kitchen to dinner parties at the height of the Raj, here are culinary tales to chew over...
What To Do, See & Buy: Pyrus; Rose De Borman; Ottolenghi; D&AD 2012; RareKind print house; Get the Gloss website
Saturday 03 November 2012
Sunday 07 October 2012
New York City health officials find six 'critical' violations of basic hygiene standards
What To Do, See & Buy: You're All Invited; Conran for M&S; Jimmy Choo; Aram Store; Cecil Beaton; Kristjana S Williams
Saturday 01 September 2012
Friday 31 August 2012
Chef Sat Bains started his career helping to set up Raymond Blanc's first brasserie, Le Petit Blanc. After a spell at restaurant du jour L'Escargot, he won the Roux brothers' scholarship and went off to work at the three-Michelin-starred Le Jardin des Sens in the South of France. His self-titled restaurant in Nottingham has two Michelin stars, the first awarded to a restaurant in the city.
Friday 13 July 2012
'In bali, my favourite restaurant serves only duck, which you eat with your hands'
Friday 06 July 2012
'Grilled lobster with butter and garlic, eaten on the beach, would be my ideal meal'
Tuesday 19 June 2012
Birmingham’s famous Balti curry could soon have protected status throughout the EU, meaning anyone wishing to use the “Birmingham Balti” brand would have to follow strict guidelines on the traditional recipe.
Monday 28 May 2012
The Roman emperor Caligula is best known for making his horse a senator, but the figure portrayed in Albert Camus’s early play ‘Caligula’ had an over-arching and terrible significance.
Friday 25 May 2012
Whether you're after a recipe for a spectacular salad or a brilliant barbecue, these have tasty ideas
Sunday 20 May 2012
Starbucks UK has blamed high rents and a hefty royalty payment to its US parent for its fifth consecutive year of losses.
Sunday 13 May 2012
Just a little too sweet for Western palates
John Moore starred in Coca Cola and Morrisons adverts
Top Gear presenter is no stranger to foot-in-mouth controversy
New essay by JK Rowling went live on Pottermore site this morning
Former boxer recalls incident when he was seven years old
Charlie Sheen could be set to revive his role as a hedonistic womaniser
Pope Francis declares evolution and Big Bang theory are real and God is not 'a magician with a magic wand'
Huge surge in Ukip support after EU funding row, according to new poll
Ukip ‘exploiting grooming scandal’ to secure party’s first police chief
Nigel Farage: 'There’s nothing wrong with white people blacking up'
Maureen Lipman says 'she can't vote Labour while Ed Miliband is leader'
Muslims, immigration and teenage pregnancy: British people are ignorant about almost everything
- 1 'Nasa Confirms Six Days of Darkness in December': No, they don't - it's a hoax
- 2 Canadian actor punched in face after 'Islamophobia' experiment goes wrong in wake of Ottawa shooting
- 3 Topshop at centre of row over body image as 'shocking' skinny mannequin photo goes viral
- 4 If you think Russell Brand’s new book is confused, you should read what his critics have to say about it
- 5 Kentucky gang rape: 15-year-old boy left in critical condition after sexual attack by group at party