For those in need of a burst of endorphins, challenge yourself to one of the new Barry’s at-home classes that use a techy mix of cardio and weight exercises to burn up to 1,000 calories a go.
Art! Scandal! The Mafia! Binge watch This Is A Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist for all of the juicy details on the Boston gallery robbery, during which two thieves stole a group of paintings worth half a billion dollars.
Available on Netflix
Follow a pair of lost lovers on the run in Ben Bond’s beautiful new film, The Drifters. Set on the Devon coast, it will have you yearning for summer from the get-go.
Available on Amazon Prime Video
Get your skates on and order a Townsend Easter Feast, featuring pork rillettes, a marinated leg of lamb served with Jersey Royal potatoes, caramelised onions and asparagus, and a Yorkshire rhubarb and almond tart for pud.
£64 for two
If you’re in the mood for a speedy yet entrancing read, get your mitts on a copy of Haruki Murakami’s new book, First Person Singular: eight short tales about jazz, baseball and dreamscapes, all narrated in the first person. £16.99
Planning on meeting up
with a confidante
outside for ‘recreational purposes’? Celebrate with a Sipful Mimosa, Babe sparkling rosé or a Kiss of Wine Dolcetto red, all presented in rather chic, sippable cans.
Plug in to Soft Voice, the highly thrilling and tremendously funny new podcast by superstar actors Bel Powley, Naomi Scott and Olivia Cooke about one woman’s struggle with her conscience.
Available on Apple Podcasts