'Shooting a rabbit seemed the natural place to start sourcing my own food in the countryside' (Getty)

How to cook a rabbit, the ethical way

In an exclusive series for Spectator Life, Louise Gray shares recipes learnt during her year only eating animals she killed herself

Dog by Keith Cunningham
Th Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Charles test their ironing skills (Getty)

The end of the ironing age

With technology steaming ahead, it could be time to say goodbye to our irons

A view of the construction at Centre Point (Getty)

The spruced-up Centre Point casts an ugly shadow over London

The luxury flats in the redeveloped tower are an insult to a city in the grip of a housing crisis

Honey fair in Moscow

Honey: the nectar of gods and posh hippies

Honey has been prized throughout history and its sweet appeal shows no sign of abating

Circus Scene (1913-14), by Wyndham Lewis

In pictures: David Bowie’s art collection

The Starman’s private art collection is going under the hammer in November

Samantha at Maman Le Mot

The immersive theatre show that put me off my dinner

An ‘Allo ‘Allo-style dining experience comes with big clichés and tiny portions

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The Donald, Jacko and me

In 1990, a cub reporter found himself on a private jet with Donald Trump and Michael Jackson. He wasn’t told where they were going. That young journalist was Alex Connock

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How to bake perfect brioche

Creating beautiful brioche takes planning, perseverance and a whole lot of eggs

Jude Law in The Young Pope

Ten TV programmes to watch this autumn

From true crime to sci-fi sitcoms, there’s plenty of new television to keep you entertained in the coming months