Opinions and interviews

How to be a survivor: Megan Hine

Megan Hine is the woman who makes sure an environment is safe for Bear Grylls and his companions. She talks to Georgette McCready about the fascinating business...

Bath Abbey: The great pew debate

Bath Abbey will be removing its Victorian pews as part of its restoration project, which has sparked debate among those who think they are too integral to the ...

Interview: Mary Berry on home cooking

Ahead of her visit to Bath for The Bath Festival, Mary Berry talks about Everyday, her new book and BBC series Everyday is a fantastic family cookbook. Can y...

Why Aquae Sulis needs fountains

Rob Delius, architect and head of sustainability for Bath practice Stride Treglown, discusses his vision to bring more water features to the city I’m glad ...

Keeping the world flowing

Sarah Kellett, Rotork’s Communications Specialist, highlights the global achievements of the bath based business Since the time of the Romans, flow control...

Interview: Griff Rhys Jones

We grabbed five minutes with funnyman Griff Rhys Jones during rehearsals for Moliere’s The Miser which opens at the Theatre Royal Bathon Wednesday 8 February ...

Making a difference: Bath-based charities

Hannah Newton talks to some of the people who are moved to do more than drop a few coins in a charity collection tin, helping to change the lives of people in d...

Interview: Darcey Bussell

Former prima ballerina and Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell talks to Emma Payne about bringing her new dance fitness programme to the south west, beh...