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Cake fit for a queen

Cake fit for a queen

Sophie Farrah looks at some sweet treats fit for a queen; from royal standard baking, biscuits and cupcakes to regal hot tub comedy tea bags, Sophie gives you the inside... Read More ›

Battersea mum walks 600 miles to deliver messages for peace to Geneva

Battersea mum walks 600 miles to deliver messages for peace to Geneva

Katherine Davies, founder and CEO of Iguacu, is a Battersea mother who is walking to Switzerland to take messages4peace to the head of the peace talks in Geneva.... Read More ›

Interview: Sadiq Khan, Tooting MP and mayoral candidate

Interview: Sadiq Khan, Tooting MP and mayoral candidate

Sadiq Khan has been Tooting's MP since 2005 and is one of the two frontrunners to become the next Mayor of London. William Gadsby Peet got in touch with Sadiq to talk about his plans for London if he becomes Mayor.... Read More ›

Interview: Zac Goldsmith Richmond MP and mayoral candidate

Interview: Zac Goldsmith Richmond MP and mayoral candidate

Zac Goldsmith has been Richmond and North Kingston's MP since 2010 and is one of the two frontrunners to become the next Mayor of London. William Gadsby Peet got in touch with Zac to talk about his plans for London if he becomes Mayor... Read More ›

Interview: Sir Vince Cable

Interview: Sir Vince Cable

Sir Vince Cable is well over 65 and no longer an MP, but as he adds stewardship of a local mental health charity to his portfolio of commitments, he tells Rosanna Greenstreet that he is nowhere near retiring.... Read More ›

14 Great UK summer camps for kids

14 Great UK summer camps for kids

The summer holidays can be a wonderful and relaxing time, until you add children in to the equation. Steal a bit of peace and quiet; Samantha Laurie looks at some of the best British summer camps to send the little monsters off to.... Read More ›

Review: Private Lives at Richmond Theatre

Review: Private Lives at Richmond Theatre

Private Lives, a revival of Noel Coward's bitter comedy, is at Richmond Theatre from Feb 15-20. Aliya Al-Hassan searches for depth beneath the beautiful design ... Read More ›

Glorious Mud: obstacle course races

Ellen Daniel takes a look at the crazy, dirt-streaked world of obstacle course races... Read More ›

Interview: Scott Miller, Vet on the Hill in Richmond

Interview: Scott Miller, Vet on the Hill in Richmond

Vet On The Hill is a new TV programme that will be airing on More4 in March, following Scott Miller's veterinary practice. William Gadsby Peet caught up with the Richmond vet... Read More ›

Create for Carers: Richmond half-term drama project

Create for Carers: Richmond half-term drama project

Charity organisation Create collaborate with Richmond Carers Centre to give 20 young carers the opportunity to shine through the dramatic arts... Read More ›

Review: The White Devil at Mary Wallace Theatre

Review: The White Devil at Mary Wallace Theatre

Plots, counterplots and revenge abound as the Richmond Shakespeare Society stages Webster's grisly Jacobean tragedy The White Devil at the Mary Wallace theatre in Twickenham until February 6. William Gadsby Peet reviews... Read More ›

Review: Blood Brothers at Richmond Theatre

Review: Blood Brothers at Richmond Theatre

Jane McGowan reviews the classic British musical Blood Brothers, the tragic story of two brothers separated at birth, showing at Richmond Theatre until January 30... Read More ›

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