Our weekly list of unmissable news brand content includes insight into the role of a forgein correspondent, comparing alcoholic drinks to non-alcoholic this festive season and fall fashion tips…
Insight into a foreign correspondent
What does it the role of a foreign correspondent entail? The Times’s Louise Callaghan shares the ins and outs to the news brand’s TikTok channel.
The foreign correspondent’s job is extremely varied, travelling the world to bring readers news, uncovering stories that may not have been covered otherwise, giving first-hand accounts of the latest events and talking to people with a range of different experiences across the globe.
The right pairing
There are so many styles of cheese that some high-class restaurants have the role of cheese sommelier. Metro drinks editor Rob Buckhaven asked cheese sommelier and owner of cheese and wine hamper company, Mouse & Grape, Jess Summer, to blindfold him and feed him wine, cheese, and truffle honey. While blindfolded, it was his job to tell her which he thought worked, and what was just an assault on the senses.
The Great British Bake Off 2023 winner crowned
The last ten weeks have seen plenty of baking disasters, as well as the return of Noel Fielding’s iconic jumpers. Now, the fourteenth series of The Great British Bake Off has come to an end with finalists Dan, Matty and Josh taking to the tent for one last time.
Cambridgeshire-born Matty won the hearts of the judges with his kitchen skills and won the baking competition, The Sun revealed on X. The PE and Science teacher has a lot to thank his girlfriend Laura for — she filled out the application for him. Earlier in the show, the judges spoke about Matty’s journey to the final, with Dame Prue Leith saying: ‘I have never met a more cheerful, smiling uncomplaining and willing baker.
Fall fashion tips
With temperatures set to drop, the Telegraph offers readers advice for adding some personality to snow-day looks with warming layers for autumn fashion.
Personal stylist Annabel Hodin declares the mantra is to layer, layer, layer. Wearing multiple layers of clothing traps pockets of air, which is what keeps us warm. “Start with basic underlayers, this is most important,” she says.
There’s no excuse not to look sharp in snowy weather for men either. “Snow calls for serious kit,” says Telegraph men’s style editor Stephen Doig.
Fab v Food
Fabulous lifestyle reporter Leanne Hall is putting drinks to the test, comparing alcoholic drinks to non-alcoholic versions from different supermarkets, such as Aldi and M&S, to see if she can taste which is which while blindfolded.
Recently, a study revealed UK women were the biggest binge drinkers in the world, with 26% saying they drank six or more drinks in one night at least once a month. What’s more, with Christmas just around the corner, the expectation to drink alcohol is often heightened. If you’re looking to cut down on the drinking this festive season, there are plenty of alternative options.