It's Towel Day, which as Douglas Adams' fans will know, is a time to wax lyrical about the man and his books. Over to you, Gabby Hutchinson-Crouch.
What better way to get to know our contributors (whether you want to or not) than find out what they’d get up to in the big black chair. We’ve started so we’ll finish.
The role of 007 is free again so our writers are pitching in with their ideas of who should fill it. And there are a lot of women on the list.
If you’re a regular visitor to Standard Issue, you won’t need telling that we’re lucky enough to have a cracking team of contributors who we love dearly. We thought it was about time we let them introduce themselves properly. Everyone wave at Julia Raeside, please.
It's time to test the grey matter again: this week, can you recognise the country from a sketched outline?
Comedian and food fiend Jessica Fostekew puts her mouth where others fear to tread. A celebration of eating: from posh nosh to kebab shops to stuff that’s been on the floor. This week, Jess repays a kindness with a breakfast.
It’s 25 years since Callie Khouri’s first ever screenplay became an Oscar-winning iconic piece of celluloid history. Our Sarah Millican tells us why it will always be her favourite.
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