Mar 16, 2015
Standard Issue writers are penning a letter to their hometown. In hers, comedian Urzila Carlson reflects on a childhood of rabbits, lakes and sun-kissed rebellion.
Jan 02, 2015
No-one knows what the year ahead holds for any of us (well maybe Linda Cockshott) but that’s not stopping Hannah Dunleavy having a good old-fashioned guess.
Dec 19, 2014
Though not exactly camera-shy, Naziya O’Reilly’s been wondering if she’s having an existential crisis about all the click-flash-posting that’s seemingly the norm now.
Mar 03, 2015
It’s nothing to do with being a tightwad, but Hazel Davis explains why you’ll be waiting a long time for a birthday present from her.
Dec 17, 2014
Standard Issue writers are penning a letter to their hometown. Or, in the case of Sadie Hasler, a beautiful billet-doux.
Mar 02, 2015
Ever found yourself stuck in a one-way conversation? When it comes to getting a word in edgeways, says Susan Hanks, it pays to play it quiet.
Dec 11, 2014
This week’s seen a full-frontal assault on breastfeeding mothers – with Nigel Farage and Jeremy Clarkson throwing their weight behind the ‘cover-up’ campaign. Exactly what, asks Rachel Extance, is the problem?
Dec 08, 2014
An encounter with an eight-legged terrorist leaves Laura Lexx wondering what it means to be a proper grown-up.
Dec 03, 2014
On International Day of People with Disability, Hannah Dunleavy speaks to writer, actress and funny woman Liz Carr about Silent Witness, the Right to Die and the perceived value of disabled people in the UK.