Wales

By Gabriel Power | 30 Dec 2020

Year of the Dragon: why Wales is the go-to for luxury staycations in 2021

To those who love to globetrot, the word “staycation” often leaves our lips with a bitter zing, usually couched in a blinkered fear that the UK, with its rainy climes and rather un-dramati... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 03 Nov 2020

Rising star Harry Lawtey puts his money where his mouth is in new banking drama, Industry

Since graduating from the Drama Centre London in 2018, actor Harry Lawtey has built an impressive CV. His various credits span television, film and theatre, with roles in ITV’s Marcella, Ne... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 08 Jun 2020

How the RHS Chelsea Flower Show’s transition to digital has proved a triumph of adaptability and creativity

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show has long been a fixed point in the British calendar. The world’s greatest garden show, it marks the start of summer for many of us and, with a growing 157,000 vi... Read More

By Beaky Allesch-Taylor | 19 May 2020

Beaky Allesch-Taylor shares the joys – and wellness benefits – of British fishing

A number of US presidents have counted fly fishing as a pastime. Franklin D Roosevelt, Jimmy Carter, George Bush Senior, Dwight D Eisenhower and Barack Obama all enjoyed casting a line over a river, w... Read More

By Tempus | 13 May 2020

These historic listed houses are the ideal Autumn getaway for supporters of the National Trust

As presenter Alan Titchmarsh currently explores the hearts of Britain’s historic homes with the Secrets of the National Trust on Channel 5, the National Trust has shared the ... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 25 Mar 2020

How Nick Fry took Brawn from near-bankruptcy to a fairytale finish with Jenson Button

It’s 2006, and Honda’s Formula 1 racing team managers, CEO Nick Fry and head engineer Ross Brawn are celebrating driver Jenson Button’s win at the Hungarian Grand Prix. Fast-forward ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 03 Feb 2020

Why 120 millionaires are calling for international tax reform since the World Economic Forum

Hosted in the idyllic ski resort of Davos, the World Economic Forum made headlines this year for its overwhelming focus on the climate crisis. Speakers included the Prince of Wales and 17-year-old env... Read More

By Mo Bobat | 08 Jan 2020

Pride of lions: Cricket Performance Director Mo Bobat shares what it takes to compete on the world stage

I have always been involved with cricket and have been fortunate enough to fulfil roles at various levels of the game. I coached during my formative years and throughout my seven-year career as a teac... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 07 Aug 2019

Inside the intriguing world of Grant Macdonald London, Britain’s finest silversmiths

Grant Macdonald jokes that he wasn’t born with a silver spoon in his mouth, so he learned to make one. It’s this drive, creativity and, some could say, stubbornness that’s made Macdo... Read More

By Tempus | 20 Jun 2019

Ralph Lauren receives honorary knighthood at Buckingham Palace

American fashion designer and entrepreneur Ralph Lauren has been awarded an Honorary Knighthood (KBE) at Buckingham Palace for his Services to Fashion. The designer received his KBE at a private ... Read More

By Scott Manson | 30 Jan 2019

Discover the style staples no gentleman's wardrobe is complete without

When it comes to kitting out the male wardrobe, it can be tempting to fill your space with oodles of colours and shapes, but all you really need is a minimalistic set of staples fr... Read More

By Rose Adams | 07 Aug 2018

The sweet smell of success: Tempus talks to fragrance entrepreneur Nathalie Vinciguerra

To achieve success in your chosen field, it’s fundamental to live and breathe what you do – and no one knows this more than Nathalie Vinciguerra, founder of luxury fragrance brand Anima Vi... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 05 Jun 2018

WWF's Tony Juniper on how we can help the fight against climate change

Tony Juniper is one of the world's leading environmentalists, educating a generation of leaders in business and government to concerned individuals through his role as WWF director of advocacy and... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 04 Jun 2018

Opera star Carly Paoli celebrates Classic BRIT nomination

Opera singer Carly Paoli has become a household name in Italy, best known for her light and playful interpretation of arias and musical theatre standards alike. But although the British-Italian singer... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 15 May 2018

Recreate Harry and Meghan's Caribbean wedding experience at the Round Hill Jamaica

Prince Harry is set to tie the knot with former Suits star Meghan Markle on Saturday 19 May at the historic Windsor Castle, but could the newly-minted royal couple be jetting to Jamaica to r... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 23 Apr 2018

Royal Lancaster London to offer Royal Wedding package through May

With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrating the birth of their third child on 23 April – a rather apt St George's Day arrival – royal fans are turning their eyes toward the upco... Read More

By Mark C. O’Flaherty | 12 Apr 2018

These are the British artisans behind the world's biggest fashion labels

Many of Britain’s most elite artisans and heritage manufacturers have weathered the global hurricane of fast fashion. From the textiles of Johnston’s of Elgin that weave Hermés blan... Read More

By Tempus | 12 Mar 2018

Action heavyweight Jason Momoa on Aquaman's cultural depth

From Game of Thrones tribal leader Khal Drogo to the Atlantean outcast turned superhero Aquaman in Justice League, Jason Momoa is an action star with endless depth. Although his commanding physical pr... Read More