5876 Search results for ‘hamish polar bear’


Cinema reviews: Grandma & By the Sea

December 10, 2015

GRANDMA (15) 4 stars In 1980, a group of rosy-cheeked children from St Winifred’s Roman Catholic Primary School in Stockport famously topped the UK Christmas singles chart with There’s No One Quite Like Grandma.


Focusing on colours

June 15, 2017

Gray's School of Art, 44, trained at Gray's School of Art before going on to develop his career. Born in Edinburgh, he never thought about being an artist but always wanted to make things.


Love Monty Python?

March 4, 2017

Natasha Mckim checks up on the rehearsals for Spamalot, a musical where health and safety cancels witch burnings.


There’s no fooling Mary Berry

February 15, 2016

In 45 years of writing cookery books, Mary Berry has seen many a newfangled device bid for a permanent space on her spotless worktops. But the latest one – the spiralizer – hasn’t passed the all-important Berry test.


Kate rocks on

March 15, 2016

Kate Hudson has given up on striving for perfection. Born into showbiz royalty, as the daughter of Goldie Hawn and step-daughter of Kurt Russell, her life might be based in Hollywood, where a glossy megawatt veneer is the order of the day, but she insists her own outlook is firmly rooted in reality. “Some days I feel quietly confident, and other days I don’t,” explains the 36-year-old. “Certain days I feel like, ’Wow I’ve come so far’, and I feel really open. And other days I feel like, ’Should I have done that? Should I do this? I don’t know...’. “It’s life, isn’t it?” she reasons. “We’re always trying to figure it out.” Clearly it’s a subject Hudson, whose biological father is the musician Bill Hudson, has been thinking about a lot recently.


Charlie Condou travels back in time

March 29, 2017

Charlie Condou is known for his television roles, including Marcus Dent in ITV’s Coronation Street. We find out about his latest character, Reverend John Hale, in the play The Crucible.


Phil Cunningham’s Christmas Songbook

December 18, 2016

Following the success of Phil Cunningham’s Christmas Songbook over the last 10 years, they will be returning once again and this time taking to the road for six shows in Aberdeen, Perth, Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh.