Rescue dogs; the finest mail-order food; and the art of clock restoration.
Serena Rees made her fortune as co-founder of the Agent Provocateur lingerie shops; and this is the incredible London apartment which she bought with some of the proceeds.
Barbara Taylor Bradford shares a few of her favourite things with Hetty Chidwick, with illustrations by Ollie Maxwell.
The competition – run in association with the Plain English campaign – saw dozens of different bite-sized morsels being weighed up and considered. The top three are listed below, along with…
You can’t help but admire an architect who has the chutzpah to attempt a recreation of the Pantheon, one of Rome’s most famous (and best-preserved) classical buildings – especially when…
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a plate of pungent Stilton. Nick Hammond visits the Colston Bassett Dairy to discover the secrets of this British blue cheese.
'...one thing was very obvious: here was an image of smouldering erotic power, the more so because it was so baffling.'
Come on baby, light my fire – Annunciata Elwes rounds up gorgeous country houses with fireplaces guaranteed to impress.
Hampshire – £825,000 A lovely house with views over the River Hamble and Southampton Water. For sale with Brambles. See more pictures and details about this property. Leicestershire – £2,250,000…
Who wants a draughty old Greek temple when you could enjoy a cosy cabin, complete with barbecue? Alan Titchmarsh reveals his preparations for an Arctic winter.
Cesky Krumlov Castle was extravagantly remodelled in the 18th-century. In the first of two articles, John Goodall considers its development and spectacular interiors.
Michael Rath, founder of Rath Trombones, explains to Kate Green why the powerful, sonorous trombone is both tricky to play and to create.
Back in 1897, the Llewelyn Davies family moved into to a new house in Notting Hill: it was No 31, Kensington Park Gardens. A few months later, two of the…
Toads might have been feared and reviled for 1,000 years, but the past century has seen us warm to these vocal amphibians, observes Ian Morton.
Wine cellars were once forgotten, cobweb-ridden holes. Now they're becoming a real feature of many modern homes, as Amelia Thorpe explains.
Don't end up disappointed with toe-curling jokes and miniature screwdrivers – here's what you could get instead...
Luckington Court has returned to the market after 70 years.
Grange Park Opera is now seeking support for phase two of the development at its new location – and you can help.
Simple, step-by-step instructions for how to make this real show-stopper of a yule log recipe, courtesy of The Dorchester's pastry chef Nicolas Grosse.
Ten brilliantly imaginative children's ideas for houses of the future have been turned into modern 3D models to get a sense of what they'd really be like – and the results…