Archive for: October 2014

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A Picture of Schizophrenia

In Schizophrenia Awareness Week, Jane Bostock reflects on having a parent with the diagnosis.
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On Yer Bike

Getting motivated to kit up and do some exercise can be a royal pain in the chuff. Avid cyclist Fern Britton weighs up the pros and cons of getting yo...
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Feminists kick the crap out of builders, right?

Squirly logic on a poster for a new gym gets Holly Walsh thinking.
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100 Days as a Biscuit: week one

Pippa Evans begins her no makeup project on a remote island. Is this cheating? The cows aren’t fussed, but a trip to a fancy restaurant tes...
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The Round-Up

Amanda Wilkie bravely wades through the Internet so you don’t have to.
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Are the statistics of tickets a joke?

Sales of tickets to see female comics have shot up in the last years. But before we start looking for bunting, Helen Zaltzman thought it wise...
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The Round-Up

Amanda Wilkie trawls the internet so you don’t have to.
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The meanings of boredom

Continuing her series exploring the meaning of things, psychotherapist Philippa Perry turns her attention to boredom, in many of its forms.
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Hoovering: ‘What’s in a name? Everything.’

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...
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Mercury Music Prize 2014: For Dummies

The winner of this year’s Mercury Prize for music is announced tomorrow. If you don’t know your Albarns from your Elbows, Myf Warhurst’s