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Travel: Whisky Galore in Speyside

April 29 2017

Where else but in Scotland would a whole month be dedicated to celebrating a national drink – no, not Irn-Bru – the other one with a kick and a worldwide following of connoisseurs?


Poldark’s pull to Cornwall

September 17 2016

To celebrate Poldark's return to TV screens, Frances Taylor visits the Cornish filming locations providing some of the stunning backdrops to the action


Travel: Let nature be nature in Germany

July 1 2017

Giant beech trees, gnarled oaks, brightly coloured woodpeckers, medieval castles and wild streams. Gayle Ritchie visits two regions of Germany and loses herself in the wilderness.


Travel: Navigating Northumberland

August 26 2017

I’ll let you in on a secret - Druridge Bay in Northumberland, just an hour’s drive south of the Scottish border, is one of my favourite beaches. Stretching no less than seven miles from Amble to Cresswell, it never gets too busy, even in the height of summer.


Cruising the heavenly Hebrides

July 15 2017

As a travel writer I’ve been lucky enough to embark on cruise ships around the world and hand on maritime heart I reckon the Hebrides offer the finest cruising in the world. This year brings two superb new options for exploring this epic archipelago.


Rites of passage in the Arctic

December 24 2016

More than 170 years since Sir John Franklin embarked on a doomed expedition to discover the fabled Northwest Passage, melting ice is opening up the Canadian Arctic to tourists. Sarah Marshall embarks on an intrepid voyage


The Caribbean’s best-kept secret

April 1 2017

Gearing up for the 50 years of independence celebrations, tiny Caribbean island Anguilla is making a splash on the sunshine party scene, says Lisa Haynes