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The Midweek Quiz

It's Andrew Lloyd Webber's birthday, so today we're asking what you know about his musicals.
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The positive birth movement

Manners and fairness about different women’s experiences are important to us at Standard Issue, so when Milli Hill asked for the right to reply, we said yes.
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The Sunday Quiz

Time for another film quiz and this week, we want you to tell us which body parts are featured in the titles of these films?
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Why I’m writing a book about sex over 50

Sex therapist Lisa Etherson swore off shagging in her 40s. When she was 20. Now 44, she’s somewhat changed her tune and is looking forward to many more decades of good, sexy times.
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Target Ovarian Cancer: There’s always someone to talk to

As Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month continues, we talk to the nurse leading the charge at Target Ovarian Cancer’s new support line, which is quickly becoming a vital part of the charity’s work.
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The Midweek Quiz

It's the Ides of March so we reckon it's time for a quiz about great betrayals from history and fiction.
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The Sunday Quiz

Crufts ends today, so let's talk dogs.
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Saturday Morning Pictures

A hundred years ago this month, the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps was founded. The first recruits - just 14 cooks and waitresses – arrived in the battlefields in France that month. By the time the war ended in November 1918, more than 57,000 women had served.
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Target Ovarian Cancer: “You’re never too young to know what to look for”

The first Seren Hughes knew of ovarian cancer was when she was being diagnosed with it. At 19. Now in remission, she’s joined Target Ovarian Cancer’s #StartMakingNoise campaign.
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High flier

Jade Babbington ditched the academic route to bag her dream job as a qualified aircraft engineer with GE Aviation. In National Apprenticeship Week she tells us why she loves making things fly.