7. Places you've seen on TV TV Shows filmed in Cornwall We’ve got this far without much mention of the P word. Yes, Poldark. If anything has caused an influx of visitors to our fair shores in the past couple of years it’s the Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson effect. … [Read more...] about Holiday in Cornwall: our insider’s guide to the best beaches, where to stay, cheap eats and the best things to see and do
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To clear fuggy heads, join the Bath Beat (27 April), a 12- to 26-mile walk looping south via glorious trails, a Neolithic long barrow and one of Britain’s oldest taverns. Easier to follow is the Kennet & Avon Canal – perhaps as far as equally lovely Bradford on Avon – pausing to watch the poem at Bath’s Lock 13 emerge as the water empties, the first of six sunken verses planned as part of a canal poetry route. There’s also the Bath Festival (17-26 May), with its diverse programme of music, theatre, comedy and literature. • Book it Eight in Bath has doubles from £90 B&B, eightinbath.co.uk … [Read more...] about UK spring breaks: six of the best towns and cities
Lily James as Mrs. de Winter Armie Hammer as Maxim de Winter Kristin Scott Thomas as Mrs. Danvers Tom Goodman-Hill as Frank Crawley Keeley Hawes as Beatrice Lacy Sam Riley as Jack Favell Ann Dowd as Mrs. Van Hopper Mark Lewis Jones as Inspector Welch Jane Lapotaire as The Grandmother Ashleigh Reynolds as Robert more on netflix … [Read more...] about When is Rebecca released on Netflix and is there a trailer?
Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie says Meghan was the victim of 'racist and sexist tropes' in Britain and blames the monarchy for Megxit row because Royals refused to accept the Sussexes' demands The Duchess of Sussex was the victim of 'racist and sexist tropes' in Britain from commentators and royal courtiers who were resistant to change, the author of the controversial new biography Finding Freedom claimed today. … [Read more...] about The 26 most toe-curling quotes from Finding Freedom: Friends who are amazed by Meghan’s packing skills and call her ‘Grace under fire’, classmates who taunt her for being ‘perfect’ and how Harry is ‘tough to impress’
"Erdemovic, and the Krstic case, had a huge impact", says Harmon. "This was at a time of total Srebrenica denial by the Serbs. And there was Erdemovic, saying he couldn't kill any more, sitting in a café having a cup of coffee while over the road – closer than the wall of this café here – 500 people were being killed. We would never have known if Erdemovic hadn't told us. As it is, Jean Rene Ruez went to the Pilica Cultural Centre and discovered a grisly massacre scene. Blood smeared the walls, and under the stage of the cultural centre, there were stalactites of coagulated blood". At the same time, Harmon and the investigating teams began to trace the mass graves where the 8,000 executed around Srebrenica were buried, after US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright made the apposite satellite images available. "We were able to see the freshly dug holes – and trace how the Serbs had moved body parts from one mass grave to another to try and conceal the … [Read more...] about Face to face with Radovan Karadzic