Five things to read, see, watch and do on the internet. From us, to you. Simple.
We thought we loved Nigel Slater the most, until he took part in a Mumsnet chat this week. Nigel revealed his favourite and worst dishes as well as sharing lots of cookery tips. Read the web chat here and if you haven’t already, pick up the beautiful Kitchen Diaries II.
You can follow Nigel on twitter, he’s @realnigelslater.
A site like Kanye Wes has been long overdue. It just makes so much sense: Kanye West lyrics layered onto stills from Wes Anderson films. Give this site to someone for Christmas and they’ll enjoy a year of the most perfect bright and foul-mouthed screen savers.
Next year London’s Southbank Centre will celebrate the seminal book on music, The Rest Is Noise: The Soundtrack of the 20th Century, written by our author Alex Ross. Comprising of almost 100 concerts as well as films, talks and events. Start booking your tickets now and look out for our special edition ebooks next year, all taken from the book itself. We’re so excited to see this book come alive. Read the book now if you haven’t already.
We know, we know, at this time of the year, the internet is chock-a-block with book of the year round-ups. But this list of The Best Books We Read in 2012 has been compiled by all the movers and shakers in the industry, and as it’s American, it’s a chance for you to discover some of the books you might have missed.
Is there any literary heroine greater than Lisa Simpson? Join the Lisa Simpson Book Club and find out everything she’s ever read, and then read it too. Also features other Simpsons characters and their books.