• Fabulous gifts for home chefs, foodies and friends

    Join In The Know Cooking Editor Ellie Conley as she dives into the newest recipes and food trends each week.

  • Black Art. Black Stories. Black Voices: A celebration of arts, culture and technology!

    Live-stream featuring an in-depth artists' panel discussion exploring the impact of NFTs on the art world, and the goal of increasing visibility for Black artists. Panel features artists Pauline Boyenga Bofala, Sharon Adebisi, Lola Betiku, Damel Carayol, Sekai Machache, Isis Raheem, Gus Brooks-Simpson, and Elicia McKenzie.

  • Adele goes completely bare faced in make-up tutorial

    Adele discussed her beauty faux-pas in the video designed to highlight the power of make-up.

  • Does the viral cloud bread TikTok recipe live up to the hype?

    Twaydabae puts the viral cloud bread recipe to the test, with mixed results

  • Cyber Week deals parents can still shop today

    In The Know’s Jeanine is just in time to share the best Cyber Week sales that are still going on! This episode of In The Know Live: Parenting originally aired on Nov. 30, 2021. Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

  • Prince Charles opens new Royal College of Music campus

    The Prince of Wales has officially opened the Royal College of Music's new campus in Kensington, London. He remarked on the success of the "hugely ambitious project" before meeting musicians studying at the campus and listening to live performances.

  • Camilla thanks local shop owner and family

    The Duchess of Cornwall met the family who run the Spar shop in Devizes, Wiltshire to thank them for their work during the pandemic. She was introduced to staff and local suppliers before meeting members of owner Derek Tinnion's family, including his 95-year-old mother who previously managed the shop.

  • Girl with rare skin condition gets first modelling job

    A girl whose skin sheds like a snake multiple times throughout the day has hit two major milestones by starting nursery and landing her first modelling job.

  • Charles bids farewell to Barbados after end of monarchy

    Prince Charles waves goodbye to Barbados after bearing witness the island's transition from a monarchy to a republic and the end of the 55-year reign of his mother Queen Elizabeth II.

  • Charles dives into history of Barbados on trip to archive

    Prince Charles learns about the long history of the new republic of Barbados as he is given a tour of the country's National Archives. Accompanied by prime minister Mia Mottley, Charles finds out about the people that built Barbados and how the island came to this point.

  • Cricket legend Sobers revels in Queen's love of racehorses

    Former West Indies cricket captain Sir Garry Sobers says the Queen has been "tremendous" because "she loves what I love - racehorses". He also remarks that Prince Charles is a "wonderful person", paying tribute to his interest in hearing people who "speak their mind".

  • Charles raises a toast to Barbados as it becomes a republic

    Prince Charles raises a toast to Barbados and their new President Dame Sandra Mason as it becomes a republic. Charles is on the island as a representative of his mother Queen Elizabeth II, whose reign as Queen of Barbados comes to an end after exactly 55 years.

  • William listens to refugees' stories of fleeing Afghanistan

    Prince William drops by a hotel in the Leeds area housing Afghan refugees to listen to the stories of how they fled Afghanistan and how they are adapting to their new lives in the UK. He also spends times with families in a makeshift creche, speaking with parents as their young children play.

  • William leaves nothing on the table with ping pong skills

    Prince William shows off his table tennis talents as he pays a visit to the CATCH Youth Charity in Leeds. He takes time out of his tour of the facility to showcase his ping pong skills to an onlooking crowd.

  • Prince William attends first meeting with Boris... the goat

    Prince William proves he's the GOAT with animals as he feeds and gets to know a little goat called Boris as well as all his pals at the CATCH Youth Charity in Leeds. Taking a tour of their living quarters, he states that if he "was a goat, this is where I would want to be".

  • Charles meets Rihanna at Barbados becomes a republic

    Prince Charles meets pop superstar Rihanna at the Barabdos' first-ever Presidential Inauguration Ceremony. Charles pays tribute to the "indomitable Bajan spirit" as Rihanna watches on. The popstar is named the country's newest National Hero at the event which marked the end of Queen Elizabeth II's reign as monarch of Barbados.

  • Prince Charles dozes off during handover ceremony

    Prince Charles appeared to doze-off during the official handover ceremony in Barbados last night. But the 73-year-old heir to the throne managed to make a swift recovery whilst attending the late night service, after arriving in the country by plane over the weekend. .

  • Mum ditches McDonald's job to become a pilot

    Krystel Razon, 35, left her job as a McDonald's assistant manager in Italy to become a pilot in the Philippines. She joined an Alpha Aviation pilot training programme - and enjoyed her first solo flight in August 2020.

  • Viral hairbrush cleaning hack could explain why your hair gets so greasy

    A woman set out to find out how much dirt hairbrushes have on them and the results are pretty shocking. Credit: @everything_tidy via TikTok

  • Prince of Wales arrives in Barbados

    Prince Charles arrived in Barbados aboard The Voyager which landed early this morning. He is visiting the country to mark its transition to a republic within the Commonwealth. .

  • Man quits job to trek from Siberia to London

    Nikita Gretsi, a 23-year-old restaurant manager, quit his job and used his life savings to fund a 15,000km wild horse trek from Siberia to London. Despite falling off a cliff, facing -60C temperatures cold enough to freeze the lungs, and riding along Russia's precarious "Road of Bones", he said he has had moments of "pure joy".

  • Women's Aid launch new campaign to raise awareness of coercive control

    The charity has developed a spoof game show, ‘Spot The Abuse’, to help educate people about the signs of coercive control.

  • William shares personal account of mental health issues

    The Duke of Cambridge has hailed an "unprecedented agreement" signed by the emergency services to adopt a package of mental health support for their workers. Speaking during the Royal Foundation's Emergency Services Mental Health Symposium in London, Prince William shared a personal account of the mental health issues he faced when flying helicopters for RAF Search and Rescue and later the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

  • The best Black Friday kitchen deals to shop ASAP

    In The Know Cooking Editor Ellie Conley is just in time to share some of the hottest Black Friday kitchen deals that you should shop! This episode of In The Know Live: Cooking originally aired on Nov. 23 2021. Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

  • Video uses voices of celebrities who died of pancreatic cancer to raise awareness

    The animation uses the voices of famous faces including Patrick Swayze, Sir John Hurt and Alan Rickman who all sadly died of the illness.

  • Prince Charles opens AstraZeneca research centre

    The Prince of Wales has unveiled a plaque to mark the opening of AstraZeneca's new global research centre in Cambridge. In his speech, he remarked on his own time at Cambridge University before congratulating AstraZeneca for everything they had achieved during the last two years.