Natalie Pinkham On The Festival In Memory Of Caroline Flack

Natalie Pinkham

Natalie Pinkham explains to Natalie Li why leaving a positive legacy for Caroline Flack is behind Flackstock, a one-day festival celebrating the life of her close friend Weeks before the world entered lockdown, a well-loved and popular presenter took her own life. Caroline Flack’s death on 15 February 2020 shocked the nation, with tributes flooding […]

Eden Shopping Centre Celebrates The Queen’s Jubilee

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Have a Royally Good Time at Eden Shopping Centre with Celebrations for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee To mark Her Majesty The Queen’s 70th anniversary as Monarch, Eden Shopping Centre in High Wycombe has announced a week long line-up of themed activities starting from Monday 30th May until Sunday 5th June. Craft Workshops Little ones will have a royally good time […]

60 Years Of James Bond In Buckinghamshire


This year marks 60 years since filming began at Buckinghamshire’s Pinewood Studios on the first-ever Bond film. We take a special look back at cinematic history When the James Bond movie Dr. No was released in October 1962, it proved an unlikely hit. It launched Britain’s greatest film franchise, and cemented Buckinghamshire’s enduring reputation as […]

Ascot Author Nicola May On Her Books And Berkshire Favourites

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As Ascot author Nicola May prepares to publish her 15th rom-com in April, she talks to Rebecca Pitcairn about love, loss and laughter As I prepare to interview bestselling Ascot author Nicola May, while heavily pregnant with my first child, I try to imagine the heartbreak she must have gone through losing her unborn twins […]

The Best Events In Berkshire And Buckinghamshire In April

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We pick out seven events worth your time during April across Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Delight in Nature Until 30 October Stanley Spencer Gallery, Cookham The study of landscape and the natural world was intrinsic to Stanley Spencer from his early years as a developing artist, and sustained him through his difficult times in later life. […]

Capital FM’s Aimee Vivian On Bieber, Tapas And Milton Keynes

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We catch up with Capital FM’s Aimee Vivian to talk about Christmas fun, the countryside in Buckinghamshire and some local Milton Keynes’ secrets Christmas seems a long time ago, but how did the Jingle Bell Ball go? It was amazing. I don’t think I’ll ever get that close or get over being that close to […]

Richard Tyler On Theatre, Buckinghamshire And Fighting Cancer

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From dazzling us in the West End to tapping into the way we think, Richard Tyler has had an eclectic career – but the latest chapter sees him facing his biggest challenge yet, writes Katie Traxton In 2017, I first met Buckinghamshire-born behavioural psychologist Richard Tyler. Knowing he was a former star of the West […]

Tara Lalvani On Beautifect, Marlow And Valentine’s Day

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We speak to entrepreneur Tara Lalvani about her latest venture in the beauty industry and why she can’t get enough of Marlow What inspired the launch of Beautifect and when did this happen? I was looking for a product, not a business. I couldn’t find it anywhere and I thought this needs to exist! I […]

Harry De Cruz: The Buckinghamshire Magician Casting A Spell

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Katie Traxton discovers why Buckinghamshire magician Harry De Cruz will blow your mind (while reading it too) Last October, I met Buckinghamshire born and raised Harry De Cruz for the first time. It’s hard to know what to expect from a 27-year-old world-class magician. I’d been told he could hold both individuals and theatres captive […]

Natalie Kassanga On Coming Home With The Dreamgirls


Buckinghamshire-based actress Natalie Kassanga on coming full circle at the MK Theatre and being on stage since ten years of age Later in January you will be starring in Dreamgirls at MK Theatre. What attracted you to being involved? Dreamgirls was a huge part of my childhood, and when I first saw the film back […]

Inside The World Of Sculptor Beth Cullen-Kerridge

Tom And Beth

The world renowned sculptor Beth Cullen-Kerridge talks to Mark Kebble about life with Tom, love of Marlow, and why her mantra is to just keep going If you are feeling a little down in the dumps, or the long, dark January days are giving you a dose of seasonal affective disorder (the appropriately monikered SAD), […]

This Morning’s Clodagh McKenna Discusses New Cookbook In Minutes

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Celebrated chef Clodagh McKenna talks to Mark Kebble about her new cookbook, enjoying Christmas dinner and why she can’t get enough of her local Newbury favourites For anyone who has watched Berkshire local Clodagh McKenna on This Morning, you will be familiar with her enthusiastic personality. Rustling up dishes in no time at all in […]