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Inside the pokey apartment from the Detectorists: 'Light an... on sale at £200K - and fans want to club together and buy it

EXCLUSIVE: The one-bed flat from the hit BBC series the Detectorists is up for sale for £200,000 - driving super fans to suggest clubbing together to buy the iconic Suffolk property.


At first sniff: An evocative take on the power of perfume ...ll author HILARY MANTEL, which first appeared in Vogue in 2009

The late HILARY MANTEL believed perfumes are not so much objects as performances, but we lack a process to appraise them. In this essay, which appeared in Vogue, she makes sense of scents.


Shiny happy pieces: There's a jewellery trend for all to t...is season, from subtle to statement, says Stephanie Sofokleous

There's a jewellery trend for all to treasure this season, from subtle to statement. Whether you're looking for gems, letters, retro, mixed metals or kitsch, you'll find the perfect piece right h...


One hundred and fifteen easy Christmas gift ideas for difficult people - all under £100: Read You magazine's big gift guide

THE BIG GIFT GUIDE covers beauty, accessories, books, food and drink, gardening, tech, and interiors, not forgetting exciting presents for the kids and those all important stocking fillers.


And it's a good buy from him: Historic farmhouse that Ronni...from one of the Great Train Robbers is for sale for £2million

Ronnie Corbett bought the Grade II listed property from a company who was, unbeknownst to him, connected to Danny Pembroke, unmasked in 2019 as one of the Great Train Robbers.


Strictly's Layton Williams reveals how he got his West End ...nced himself out of a council estate and onto the BBC hit show

Strictly Come Dancing star Layton Williams, 29, grew up on a council state in Bury in Greater Manchester before getting his first major acting break as the lead role in Billy Elliot The Musical a...


Cosy cottage once owned by children's TV star Fearne Cotton in leafy London surburb goes on the market for £1million

Ms Cotton is thought to have lived in the Grade II property in Richmond from 2004 while presenting BBC One music show Top of the Pops. The cottage boasts a 'unique' history and layout.


I used to write songs for Paloma Faith and Britney Spears... now I make £1M-a-year renting out homes I don't own

EXCLUSIVE: A Derby songwriter who penned tracks for pop legends like Britney Spears left the music business and is now making over £1million a year renting out properties he doesn't actually own...