Life & Style

June 2019 Articles

Nightmare at 30,000 feet: can hypnotherapy cure a fear of flying?
Nightmare at 30,000 feet: can hypnotherapy cure a fear of flying?
I haven’t always been an anxious person. In fact, I was an utterly fearless child, with a predilection for dumb [...]
June 17, 2019
Bret Easton Ellis interview: an audience with the most hated writer in America
Bret Easton Ellis interview: an audience with the most hated writer in America
Bret Easton Ellis is concerned about the noise. We’re sitting in the lounge of a fancy hotel, and he’s worried [...]
June 17, 2019
Ted Baker share plunge fails to attract buyers
Ted Baker share plunge fails to attract buyers
By Graeme Evans from interactive investor. Despite sinking to prices not seen since 2012, investing in Ted shares remains hugely speculative.  Ted Baker [...]
June 17, 2019
Our pick of the new homes going on sale in London this weekend
Our pick of the new homes going on sale in London this weekend
250 City Road, EC1V From £985,000Berkeley Homes is launching a collection of 670 sqft one-bedroom apartments at its huge 250 [...]
June 13, 2019
Diego Maradona film brings humanity to the caricature
Diego Maradona film brings humanity to the caricature
“Peace,” says a young Diego Maradona when asked, five minutes into Asif Kapadia’s candid new film about the troubled Argentinian [...]
June 13, 2019
E3 2019: The biggest games, trailers and announcements
E3 2019: The biggest games, trailers and announcements
Watch Dogs Legion British politics has now well and truly seeped into the cultural groundwater. According to the game’s French [...]
June 12, 2019
Zara owner Inditex posts sales boost after online expansion
Zara owner Inditex posts sales boost after online expansion
Zara owner Inditex defied a weak retail market to boost sales at the beginning of the second quarter as its [...]
June 12, 2019
Should you follow directors into this bombed-out stock?
Should you follow directors into this bombed-out stock?
By Edmond Jackson from interactive investor. Down almost 90% from its peak, our shares analyst examines recovery potential at this household name.  Should [...]
June 12, 2019
Flamboree review: The tarte flambée touches down in London
Flamboree review: The tarte flambée touches down in London
The first tarte flambée restaurant in London, Flamboree! has got an exclamation mark right there in the name, meaning you’re [...]
June 11, 2019
Fitness Advice: How to exercise when injured and how to get more supple
Fitness Advice: How to exercise when injured and how to get more supple
I have a knee injury and have to rest it, what exercise can I do and how do I know [...]
June 11, 2019
Morgan 3-Wheeler car review: The ultimate quirky city commuter car
Morgan 3-Wheeler car review: The ultimate quirky city commuter car
When faced with the pandemonium of driving in London, there’s something to be said for doing so in a car [...]
June 10, 2019
Hotel Review: The Cary Arms & Spa in Torquay is a highlight of the Devon coastline
Hotel Review: The Cary Arms & Spa in Torquay is a highlight of the Devon coastline
Whatever they paid the marketing wizard who rebranded Torbay as the ‘English Riviera’ – where the Cary Arms & Spa [...]
June 10, 2019
Welcome aboard the Amore Mio, a 7,620 horsepower luxury sports yacht with more toys than Hamleys
Welcome aboard the Amore Mio, a 7,620 horsepower luxury sports yacht with more toys than Hamleys
Luxury journalism: It won’t make me a billionaire, but I do get to act like one on occasion. The 45-metre [...]
June 10, 2019
Auto Trader bullish on growth prospects
Auto Trader bullish on growth prospects
Amid fears of a slowdown in UK car sales, our head of markets talks us through the big numbers. This [...]
June 10, 2019