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WI celebrate women in film

Posted September 6th 2011

Today the representation of women in film and TV is examined with the WI and you – if you like. By Amber Phillips

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WEEKENDER: Portobello Film Fest

Posted September 2nd 2011, by Sophie Herdman

If you feel like a bit of culture this weekend, or any day until 18 September for that matter, pop along to the Portobello Film Festival. The free (yes, free) festival champions independent British and European film, so we can guarantee you won’t find yourself watching yet another bland Hollywood blockbuster. You might even see the […]

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FILM FIX: Watership Down

Posted September 1st 2011

Watership Down Best for: Studying society under threat I cry just hearing the opening strains of Bright Eyes. I’ve always attributed my strong-emotional connection with an extraordinarily empathetic overreaction to the vocal stylings of Art Garfunkel, but quite clearly I am papering over the cracks in my heart. I myself lost two pet rabbits to […]

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Burning Question: Getting older

Posted August 31st 2011

Each month we ask our columnists and celebrities a burning question. This month we asked them: ‘How do you feel about getting older?’ (our dossier offers advice on ageing fearlessly). You can read what they said below, but we want to hear your answers, too. Hoe do you feel about getting older? Comment below or […]

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58 people who have changed our lives

Posted August 31st 2011

When Psychologies launched in October 2005, we introduced a new idea to British readers: a glossy magazine could be intelligent, inspiring and address issues that mattered to all of us. A women’s magazine could give us plenty to think about and make us feel good about ourselves. Psychologies will be celebrating its sixth birthday this […]

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Weekender: One Day

Posted August 26th 2011

In the unlikely event that you haven’t read the book, boy meets girl on the same day (15 July) every year for 20 years. She is earnest, feminist and down to earth; he is privileged, flirtatious and vain. The story of their unlikely friendship’s evolution is the stuff of a female undergraduate’s dreams. Fans of […]

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