Portrait painter Francesca Currie has been sharing ways in which people can connect and create with are in isolation. Through videos on YouTube, she has been teaching her followers to draw, paint and make clay to create art at home. Ms Currie shar...
Try not to cringe while watching these red carpet FAILS! For this list, we’re taking a look at the most awkward, the most cringeworthy, the most uncomfortable red-carpet moments of all time.
The coronavirus shutdown could give you the opportunity to take up a hobby you've never considered trying before. Here are 10 top pastimes to get stuck into.
Messums art gallery near Tidbury in Wiltshire has found an innovative way to maintain access to its art at a time when restrictions due to coronavirus have temporarily forced it to physically close its doors. Messums Wiltshire has used drones to...
As Britain goes into lockdown it will be important for people to stay fit. While self-isolation can make it slightly trickier to maintain a fitness plan, there are still some simple ways to stay in shape.
A look at batch cooking and freezing food to keep your family going while in self-isolation. Everyday items such as milk and cheese can be frozen to prolong their life, but larger batch-cooked meals can easily be created using fresh ingredients a...
Ben and Isaac Rickett in Cheshire follow PE With Joe, a fitness workout by Joe Wicks that is aimed at children who are being homeschooled due to Covid-19. Wicks' attempt to keep the nation's children fit during the coronavirus crisis got off to a...
Escape humanity in the untouched nature that surrounds Wolwehoek's single glamping unit, near Montagu in South Africa.
A global threat calls for a global response. Scientists around the world are hard at work on a vaccine against coronavirus, and in Berlin, physicists are investigating how to reduce the spread of the respiratory disease.
Take a sneak peek at this wine harvest at Constantia Glen - with award-winning winemaker Justin van Wyk.
Twenty single hopefuls, aged 18-42, have agreed to a unique experiment, handing over total access to their personal lives over 12 months.
After being frustrated in his attempt to run the Madrid Marathon during the Covid-19 pandemic, Rob Farrow decided to take matters into his own hands and set up Plan B - a virtual running competition. Events range from 1km kids' races, to full mar...
The 'world's first' Duplo Dino Coaster is launching at Legoland Windsor Resort. It is part of a makeover of the Duplo Valley land. Inspired by a Duplo dinosaur, the ride is aimed at two to five-year-olds.
The beauty world is teeming with new techniques and technology and it's almost impossible to keep up. From baking to non-touring, here are 12 beauty terms every beauty enthusiast needs to know.
Recognizing that the Amazon is the lungs of the Earth, World Nomad Andi Brenner visits the local people of Mocagua, Colombia, who have given up hunting to protect the forest and its inhabitants. Swapping weapons for cameras, pencils, paper and GPS...
Looking for a bucket list trip? Here are the top spots to pass the centre of the Earth in 11 countries.
Even with great makeup artists, the biggest celebrity makeup fails couldn’t be avoided. For this list, we’re looking at instances when the rich and famous fell victim to serious cosmetic mishaps.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex bid a final farewell to royal life at Westminster Abbey in London for a Commonwealth Service. Their brief farewell tour saw Harry and Meghan attending the Endeavour Fund awards, Harry donning his Captain-General of ...
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sparked a major crisis by announcing that they wanted to quit as senior royals. Here is a look at their best moments as a royal couple in pictures.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex received a standing ovation at the Royal Albert Hall as they attended one of their final public engagements before they step back as senior royals. The couple were treated to a sustained round of applause ahead of t...
The Duchess of Sussex made a surprise visit to a school in Dagenham to commemorate International Women’s Day, in one of her last solo engagements as a working royal. Meghan visited pupils at the Robert Clack Upper School on Friday to mark the annu...
You've probably heard people trying the 10,000 steps a day challenge. However, new research shows that 7,500 steps are close enough to reap the health benefits.
Irish eyes were smiling when the Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Dublin in a green outfit that paid tribute to the Emerald Isle. William and Kate were said to be looking forward to building a lasting friendship with the Irish people during their ...
This episode sees Adrian undergoing a retinal test. He is also blind folded and deprived of his sight for an entire morning before he heads off to talk to the top eye surgeons and doctors.
Music pushed Beethoven to the brink, and then brought him back from the edge. In the final episode of Chasing Happiness, Adrian will listen to music, and endeavour to find out why it makes him rather happy.
This episode of Chasing Happiness sees Adrian literally on the run and chasing happiness. Following last episode’s food-emphasis, we learn about the importance of a solid exercise routine to accompany a good diet if we all want to be happy troopers.
In this edition of Chasing Happiness, we will focus on different parts of our brain and how it correlates to happiness. Are certain people more resilient to stress and thus happier people?
Food, it is a huge part of the Asian culture. Adrian demystifies the relationship between food and happiness, with the help of dieticians and food scientists.
Host Adrian Pang seeks to unravel the mystery behind happiness through‘happiness experiments’ and discussions with medical professionals and happiness experts. Can happiness be quantified? Potentially yes.
Network Rail holds a fitness class on Kings Cross station concourse while the station is closed as part of a GBP1.2 billion refit of the East Coast Mainline. Proceeds from tickets are going towards mental health charity Mind.
Before extravagant colour and bopping beats take over the Mother City's streets for the Cape Town Carnival, their workshop has to go into creative overdrive to deliver all the floats, costumes and heart of the iconic parade.
World Nomad Joel explores the USA wilderness from deserts in New Mexico to the forest of California. Its vastness makes it as dangerous as it is beautiful. Tips from travelers, van lifers and locals, include learning how to stay safe, limiting and...
The Duke of Sussex asked to be introduced just as Harry as he attended an event in Scotland. The duke would normally be referred to as Sir or His Royal Highness – a style he will no longer use when he steps down as a working royal on March 31.
In Good Shape meets Sylvia Hartmann of KLUG, The German Alliance for Climate Change and Health. We ask her about the effects of climate change on our health - and what each of us can do for the planet and our own wellbeing.
A growing number of collectors are cuddling, changing and caring for 'reborns' – individually crafted baby dolls that can cost up to $20,000.
Fewer people are now being born with disabilities, thanks to advances in medicine and prenatal diagnostics. But is this actually a positive development? No, says Timo Oelschlager, who is himself disabled. He's calling for inclusion over selection.
When Theogene Hakizimana became disabled at the age of eight, he had to drop out of school and was forced to live on the street. But his life took an unexpected turn when he was asked to join the Rwandan Paralympic team.
Cycling the coast of Brazil, World Nomad Albert Sans discovers a unique interaction between man and dolphins at Molhes Da Barra De Laguna, in Santa Catarina. Using skills passed from father to son over decades, fishermen gather each day to catch f...
Ever wonder which Broadway musical to listen to based on your sign? For this list, we’ll be looking at which musical theatre cast album should be on each astrological sign’s playlist.
8 days. 647 kilometres. 15 550 metres of vertical ascent. Rugged mountain dual tracks and rocky singletracks through pristine fynbos. Sandy farm road between manicured orchards. This is the 2020 Absa Cape Epic!
Hermes the caracal was snacking on an early dinner when a couple of hikers stumbled upon him on Kloof Corner.
From Kendall Jenner walking for Burberry, to horizontal wigs and crystal masks, here's all the top runways from London Fashion Week.
There's new street art adorning the walls of Cape Town's Salt River - courtesy of the annual International Public Art Festival.
Burberry holds its London Fashion Week show at the Olympia exhibition centre. Two pianists on grand pianos serenaded the models as they strutted their stuff on the runway.
Erdem holds London Fashion Week show at the National Portrait Gallery in Trafalgar Square, showcasing their latest collection.
Mark and Genius in Cape Town have been working together for a decade reworking discarded iron into high-end pieces of art.
Cate Blanchett, Vanessa Redgrave and Joely Richardson turn out for the Roksanda catwalk show at London Fashion Week. It was held in the grand surroundings of the Durbar Court at the Foreign Office.
British designer Richard Quinn shows his latest collection on the catwalk at London Fashion Week. The Central St Martins graduate specialises in womenswear and textiles.