by Lewis Etheridge, Root Steady Yoga Each morning when you wake up you have a fresh start, it’s a brand new day and you have the opportunity
Empowerment, personal performance and neuro-linguistic programming coach, Maria O'Meara works around the Oxford area helping people achieve personal excellence, develop strategies to deal with
As careers in fashion go, interviewing such luminaries as Manolo Blahnik, John Galliano and Donatella Versace, styling royalty, and working as Fashion and Beauty Editor of Hello Magazine in Dubai
Theatre Sets and Costumes
As a child, Ana Inés Jabares-Pita sang in a choir which was given the opportunity to sing as part of an opera. “I remember being backstage,” she says, “with the costumes
Memories of a London freak
It’s somewhat outside our region, but in September the fifth Reminisce Festival takes place in St Helens, welcoming D:Ream, The Vengaboys, Judge Jules, Ultra Naté, Whigfield and
Meera Syal CBE has undeniable funny bones and her contribution to the arts spans literature, theatre, film, music, journalism and television. Back in the late 90s, though, when she and the rest of the ensemble cast first broke ground with the comedy sketch show Goodness Gracious Me
TV stars top the menu
The UK's biggest celebration of food and drink is on its way to Oxford for the 10th year and is set to be the ‘best yet’ thanks to a hearty helping of star chefs and a headline set from a chart-topping music act.
Summer is finally here and festivals, sports regattas, barbecues and outside events are rolling around every weekend. While some occasions are definitely ones to let your hair down (everyone should do so from time to time), doing so every weekend can start to hit our waistlines. Here are a few top tips for indulging without ruining your health and fitness goals or feeling like you’re missing out.
It’s now eight years since news of Winehouse’s death broke and coincidently it was just a few months earlier that the behemoth that is Instagram was launched. Amy Winehouse was the