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007 stirs up interest in movie set locales
It’ finally been announced that the next Bond film will be released in Australia on November 19. A nostalgic STEVE McKENNA reflects on James Bond’s amazing past Asian and African filming locations
Luca and the Fab Five
A new animation flick flaunts the charms of Cinque Terre, writes STEVE McKENNA
Exhibition makes a dynamic impression
“Paint as you see nature yourself. If you don’t see nature with an individual feeling, you will never be a painter, and all the teaching cannot make you one.”
With those words, Claude Monet sums up the entire Impressionist project.
Vicarious adventure through TV drama
With its twisting, far-fetched, flashback-filled plot, Lupin could have been your run-of-the-mill Netflix crime drama.
Peaks, planes and poetry
Personal experience is at the heart of travel. And personal accounts are at the heart of travel writing, no matter whether you’re an adventurer, a resident in a foreign land or a regular visitor to the same country over a number of years...
Intricate series of moves in hit streaming series
All is not where it seems in The Queen's Gambit, writes STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
Time to plan for a cruisy future
Forward thinking cruise travellers are picking up bargains, with good solid options for changing or cancelling travel.
All manor of places in hit Netflix series Bridgerton
Grand palaces and manicured gardens in the UK feature in scenes of TV show Bridgerton. STEPHEN SCOURFIELD shows you some of the best
One hell of a trip
Dante Alighieri died 700 years ago. What can his great poem The Divine Comedy still teach us about travel? WILL YEOMAN investigates
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