So it’s fair to say there’s been a few pretty shite ones of late, which set some of our contributors to remembering their favourite days ever.
Unlike many, Yosra Osman‘s not going to judge Ghostbusters until she’s seen it. Because, contrary to common opinion, some remakes rock. And others? Well…
Testosterone and social dominance go hand-in-hand. Yet another reason more women’s voices need to be heard, says Deborah Frances-White. And the listening has to be done by all of us. Not just men.
With season two about to premiere this weekend, Maureen Younger set herself the onerous task of checking out the love scenes in the first season of Outlander, and discovers why explicit sex combined with old-fashioned romance hits the spot.
Lifelong vegan Ami Tadaa decided 2016 was going to be the year she started using her oven for storage, and her creative culinary juices have been flowing freely ever since. Here’s how she starts the day in raw and vegan fashion.
Dramas that made you laugh, comedies that made you cry and everything between; Hannah Dunleavy picks – in no particular order – her telly highlights of the past year.
Sisters Uncut recently made the news with their protest at the film premiere of Suffragette. In advance of today’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, Abi Symons spoke to Janelle, a representative Sister, about the growing movement.
Three years in the making and birthing, The Kennedys is now on BBC1. Its creator and writer Emma Kennedy tells us how it happened.
What makes us laugh? And what people are suited to comedy? On the eve of Comic Relief, cognitive neuroscientist Sophie Scott is here to explain all.