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The ponds at Hampstead  photo: sarah saunders

A stroll and a dip are two of our natural rights. Now, as Dan Carrier discovers, a new book proves an invaluable guide to both.

Event Title eg: Life of PI
Roisin Gadelrab's review of BST. 'Roger Daltrey may not be the rock opera monster of the past but he was still a lion up there, belting out Love Reign O’er Me, the projections adding to the drama.'
In Asif Kapadi’s documentary, Amy, the emphasis is on the singer’s tragic demise, says reviewer, Dan Carrier
It is some trick to make you laugh yourself to bits and make you jump out of your skin. But director Gerard Johnstone has managed to do both in this ultra-low budget horror comedy.
The frames of the lesser-known times in Rembrandt’s life are filled in brilliantly by Liam McKenna’s portrayal of the 17th-century Dutch painter.
Stolle (pronounced Sh-tolle) is the first foreign venture from a pie business that’s gigantic back in Russia. Founded in Saint Petersburg in 2002, the owners have swiftly rolled out more than 70 branches across the country.
Gerald Isaaman talks all things bright and beautiful with Antiques Roadshow expert Geoffrey Munn, who has written a history of Mayfair jeweller, Wartski.
Green Note in Camden Town has just been voted London’s Favourite Music Venue in a Top 100 poll of Time Out readers.
Somewhere between the Cabinets of Curiosities and Pop art, the assemblages of Joseph Cornell stand alone, as John Evans discovers.
Legoland Windsor is at the top of its game right now, firing on all cylinders. It will be the resort's 20th anniversary next year but even before that celebration it feels like it has had a good polish in ready for what looks set to be a heady old summer.
A Real life mother and son play Margo and Benji as they struggle to accept an HIV diagnosis in comedy Positive, opening at Park Theatre on July 7.