Celebrities have long partnered with beauty brands to drive product purchasing, but it seems today’s beauty consumer is more interested in what the girl or boy next door is using.
People have always had an obsession with collecting different things. From toasters to belly button fluff, there really are some strange collections out there.
Owning a library card, watching subtitled films and being skilled with a pair of chopsticks are among the traits which make you cultured, according to Brits.
Elizabeth Bennet, the charming and quick-witted protagonist from Jane Austin’s beloved Pride and Prejudice, has been crowned the nation’s all-time favourite classic literary heroine.
Those who missed out on catching internationally acclaimed musical Jersey Boys at the Bristol Hippodrome recently are being invited to a special tribute night at DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House.
You probably wouldn’t say it to his face, but former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson has the worst celebrity tattoo.
Despite the shrinkage in size of the pub industry over the past decade, the great British pub remains a quintessential part of the national identity.
Following the final episode of Games of Thrones, millions of viewers will be at a loss when it comes to a mystical fix of battle scenes, dragons and jaw dropping backdrops.
BBC Three is sending stand-up comedian Romesh Ranganathan to Sri Lanka to connect with his roots for a six-part series called Romesh’s Return Ticket, to be broadcast later this year.
Spain has long been the darling of movie and TV location specialists. With reliably fabulous weather, stunning open countryside and a plethora of ancient castles, crumbling fortifications and winding streets, it is the perfect place to shoot anything from blockbusters to hit TV series.
BBC Two’s Great British Menu is back later in the summer and this year the chefs must plate up perfection, as they fight it out for the chance to cook at a glorious banquet marking 100 years of the Women’s Institute at London's historic Drapers Hall.
Summer is one of the most exciting times in the world of movies with many more being released during the summer months than at any other time of year.
Carol Vorderman will get a rare hands-on insight into a north Wales aviation factory at the cutting-edge of engineering in a brand-new programme for BBC Wales.
Over the years there has been a number of great motoring movies made, that we all love and can watch over, and over again. Some of us enjoy the newer car films sure as The Fast And The Furious, however some of us prefer the classics, such as American Graffiti.
The Trading House, a spectacular new pub, will open its doors at the beginning of June on Gresham Street. Located on the site of the former Bank of New Zealand, the Victorian space will feature a striking central bar, 96-cover restaurant and a mezzanine area for drinks and events.
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