As a regular consumer of some of the more niche BBC offerings – BBC 6 Music is a daily soundtrack in my household, and there are rich pickings to be found in the documentaries archive hidden down the back of the i Player – I’ve previously proved aggressively resistant to the argument that sweeping changes must be made to the Beeb’s output; to what it does, where and how. Does my beloved 6 Music need to broadcast through the night? I certainly don’t need to read lifestyle features on the BBC’s website; there are many free alternatives that offer the same service.
If you haven’t discovered this ski resort yet, you’re in for a treat! Semiramida Gardens is the culmination of 2 years meticulous planning and is its own purpose built ski village in the very heart of Borovets extensive ski network.Flanked by picturesque woodland on three sides, Semiramida Gardens takes full advantage of its idyllic setting and the sympathetic design maximizes sunlight and allows all apartments generous south facing balconies opening on the dramatic landscape.With the capital Sofia just an hour away, this truly ‘ski-in’, ‘ski-out’ complex is the perfect setting for a holiday.This vegan frosting maintains the richness of traditional buttercream frosting, but is a healthier option for those on restrictive diets.In the state it’s in, what the BBC needs is advocates among its stars – and in comedy duo Mel and Sue it may have found them.
The BBC just confirmed that the pair will step down as co-hosts of the show when it moves to Channel 4.Authentic Pad Thai for vegetarian and vegan Thai food lovers, or those who want a lighter noodle dish without the meat.This Pad Thai recipe offers lots of protein in the form of eggs (or soft tofu for vegans), and ground nuts.One expects that a wedge of extra cash per episode would have been coming their way had they stayed, so it is admirable that the two appear to have stood up for the show’s founding ideals as a non-commercial, advertising-free format.Borovets has got the lot and is in the top visited ski resorts in Bulgaria.When it backs a runner, it is predestined to lose it (rumours suggest the BBC’s bid was £10m short of keeping Bake Off as its own).