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International Women’s Day: Who do we admire?

Posted March 8th 2014, by Psychologies

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we decided to write a few sentences about the women, past and present, which inspire and have influenced us. In our enthusiasm for the topic, what resulted were whole paragraphs (and in some cases, pages) of words about the women we admire the most.

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Review: A New York Winters Tale

Posted February 21st 2014, by Psychologies

The beautifully shot ‘A New York Winter’s Tale’ hits cinemas on 21 February.

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The appeal of comfort reading

Posted February 11th 2014, by Rosie Ifould

It might be something from your childhood or something you discovered more recently but chances are you’ve read it numerous times, and it warms your heart as soon as you open it. Rosie Ifould investigates the appeal of the comfort read

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Film review: Le Week-End

Posted February 3rd 2014, by Ali Roff

Le Week-End, starring Jim Broadbent, is released on DVD on 10 February.

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MY HOME: Dora Dewsbery

Posted January 6th 2014, by Samantha Wood

Artist Dora Dewsbery invites us into her eclectic seaside home in Sussex where both family and community come together to get creative.

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Film review: How I Live Now

Posted January 3rd 2014, by Samantha Wood

How I Live Now, directed by Kevin Macdonald, is released on DVD on 10 February.

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