Krissy Cela: The 30-minute miracle workout 

Krissy wears top, Ernest Leoty. Bra, Topshop. Pants, Horizon Athletic Last week we introduced you to Krissy Cela, the fitness powerhouse who’s changing the way we exercise. Now try her revolutionary workout yourself. Trust us: it’s easy, speedy and anyone can do it!  You can easily get an optimum and effective workout in 30 minutes. … Read more Krissy Cela: The 30-minute miracle workout 

Horoscopes: This could be your best year ever, Aquarius

Horoscopes: This could be your best year ever, Aquarius By Sally Brompton for The Mail on Sunday Published: 00:02 GMT, 17 January 2021 | Updated: 00:02 GMT, 17 January 2021 AQUARIUS 21 Jan-19 Feb The past few months have been tough but now the tide is turning as your solar year begins. The Sun in … Read more Horoscopes: This could be your best year ever, Aquarius

From The Serpent to Losing Alice and The White Tiger: The best on demand TV to watch this week 

BBC iPLAYER & ALL4   The Serpent The drama about real-life serial killer Charles Sobhraj, who murdered travellers on the so-called Asian hippie trail during the 1970s, reaches its halfway point on BBC1 this week.  If you can’t wait to see how the story pans out, or are in need of a recap (it’s true … Read more From The Serpent to Losing Alice and The White Tiger: The best on demand TV to watch this week 

From Peter Ho Davies to Hafsa Zayyan, Olivia Sudjic and Jeff Noon: This week’s best new fiction   

From Peter Ho Davies’ touching novel to Asylum Road by Olivia Sudjic, a powerful debut by Hafsa Zayyan and Jeff Noon’s latest, the best new fiction By Anthony Gardner and Madeleine Feeny and Hephzibah Anderson and John Williams Published: 22:01 GMT, 16 January 2021 | Updated: 22:01 GMT, 16 January 2021 A Lie Someone Told … Read more From Peter Ho Davies to Hafsa Zayyan, Olivia Sudjic and Jeff Noon: This week’s best new fiction   

From The Fault Line to French And Saunders: The best podcasts to listen to this week  

From The Fault Line to French And Saunders, A Bit Of A Stretch and Phoebe Reads A Mystery, the best podcasts to listen to this week By Leaf Arbuthnot Published: 22:01 GMT, 16 January 2021 | Updated: 22:01 GMT, 16 January 2021 French And Saunders: Titting About  It was only a matter of time before … Read more From The Fault Line to French And Saunders: The best podcasts to listen to this week  

Thin Places review: This memoir may speak to an even wider audience than it first imagined 

Thin Places Kerri ní Dochartaigh                                                                    Canongate £14.99  Rating: Derry/Londonderry – where even the choice of name reflects ‘which foot you kick with’ … Read more Thin Places review: This memoir may speak to an even wider audience than it first imagined 

PIERS MORGAN: My dad can drink £3 wine and pretend it’s a 1961 Latour 

Thursday, January 7 Six years ago I was having dinner with a friend at Cafe Boulud, an acclaimed New York restaurant, when a scruffy, unshaven man burst inside and screamed: ‘SELL EVERYTHING YOU F**KING OWN AND PUT THE MONEY INTO TESLA STOCK! YOU’LL ALL BE BILLIONAIRES!’ He carried on shouting the same thing for several … Read more PIERS MORGAN: My dad can drink £3 wine and pretend it’s a 1961 Latour 

Cerys Matthews album review: She ends up being too self-effacing in We Come From The Sun

Cerys Matthews ends up being too self-effacing in We Come From The Sun… final proof that she’s come a long way from being a pop star By Tim De Lisle for Event Magazine Published: 22:00 GMT, 16 January 2021 | Updated: 22:00 GMT, 16 January 2021 Cerys Matthews, Hidden Orchestra and Ten Poets  We Come … Read more Cerys Matthews album review: She ends up being too self-effacing in We Come From The Sun

Bored of your tiles? Here’s how to add a touch of the exotic to your home

My wife’s hairdresser is retraining to become an interior decorator. I always look forward to Vinnie’s visits (when he’s allowed to cross our threshold, of course) and he speaks sense, especially about priorities in a home. Shortly before the latest lockdown, I asked him about tiles for the bathroom my wife and I are planning … Read more Bored of your tiles? Here’s how to add a touch of the exotic to your home

Developers cashing in on growing demand for roof gardens

Lockdowns aren’t easy for anyone, but for those one in eight UK households who have no access to a shared or private garden, they’ve been near impossible. The good news is that a growing number of developers have found a solution to the problem: roof gardens. ‘I think it should be made a planning condition … Read more Developers cashing in on growing demand for roof gardens