Interview with Harry Cobden: The leading jump jockey who uses cows to ease the pressure from No. 1

Interview with Harry Cobden: The leading jump jockey who uses cows to ease the pressure from No. 1

Harry Cobden and his 550-acre family farm at Lydford-on-Fosse in Somerset – Adrian Sherratt for The Telegraph I knew forty years ago that three years of agricultural education would come in handy, but never imagined it would help Harry Cobden, ‘first the jockey, then the farmer’, to sort out a consignment of cattle recently from … Read more

What can you expect during April’s total solar eclipse?

What can you expect during April’s total solar eclipse?

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news about fascinating discoveries, scientific developments and more. Sky-gazers Across North America is in for a treat on April 8, when a total solar eclipse will sweep across Mexico, the United States and Canada. The event will be visible to millions of people … Read more

These common foods can harm our health. Here’s what you can eat instead

What alternatives are there to ultra-processed foods? Preparing meals and snacks from scratch with whole or minimally processed ingredients is ideal, but for most of us this simply isn’t always possible. The good news is that many UPFs have non-UPF versions; these products are processed rather than ultra-processed. Many organic versions of common UPFs, such … Read more

Martin Bayfield: Six Nations should continue to air on free-to-air TV, but reporting needs to improve

Martin Bayfield believes the Six Nations would be best served with one dedicated terrestrial broadcaster: the Telegraph’s Geoff Pugh Instead of patrolling the pitch with microphone in hand, Martin Bayfield enjoyed this year’s Guinness Six Nations Championship as a punter and not an announcer for the first time in more than a decade. The former … Read more

Pep Guardiola ‘honored’ by Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s praise – now he wants to build Barcelona 2.0

Pep Guardiola would love to build a Manchester City Champions League-winning side dominated by academy graduates like Phil Foden – Adam Davy/PA Wire Pep Guardiola briefly basked in the praise of Manchester United’s new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe as he prepared for Sunday’s Etihad derby, although the City manager’s focus was on the future and … Read more

In Hawaii, coral is the basis of life. What happened to it after the Lahaina wildfire?

Abraham “Snake” Ah Hee rides the waves when the surf is high and dives for octopuses and shells when the water is calm. The lifelong resident of Lahaina, Hawaii, spends so much time in the ocean that his wife jokes that he needs to wet his gills. But these days, Ah Hee is concerned that … Read more

In Hawaii, coral is the basis of life. What happened to it after the Lahaina wildfire?

Abraham “Snake” Ah Hee rides the waves when the surf is high and dives for octopuses and shells when the water is calm. The lifelong resident of Lahaina, Hawaii, spends so much time in the ocean that his wife jokes that he needs to wet his gills. But these days, Ah Hee is concerned that … Read more