If you’re searching for a winner, on the football pitch or the stock market, invest in blue-chip stock. You really cannot go too far wrong, reckons Peter Sharkey
The return of Poldark means Sunday nights are sorted again so in celebration of scything and all things Cornish, here’s why we’re happy he’s back.
Watching the Champions League Final on Saturday night was a reminder that our national game has the ability to tell stories about life and love more eloquently than any writer.
Germaine Greer is always good value and after she appeared on This Morning last week saying that Meghan Markle will ‘bolt’, she got my family into a spin.
Eileen Wise and Roger Hermiston saw South Africa by motorbike and sidecar - then got up close and personal with a Great White Shark
I have a certain fondness for Ant and Dec after having given birth in front of them.
As he returns to his spiritual home, Rupert Orton reflects on a musical life from Norfolk to Mississippi
After Jamie Carragher’s spitgate, is it OK to annihilate celebrities and footballers because of one thing they did, asks Liz Nice
The Isle of Wight. Liz Nice followed in the footsteps of many of our greatest writers and poets on the island’s literary heroes trail
The Duchess of Cambridge looked wonderful at the BAFTAs on Sunday night. But then, she always does. Looking wonderful is her job. I personally would like to see her do a bit more. Have a bit of a voice.
Liz Nice spoke to Michala Jane about why Pocohontas was the perfect story for her dance school’s latest production
It’s 100 years since women got the vote. But would we fight for it now? Liz Nice found The Darkest Hour a reminder of times when we still cared enough to fight for our rights #Suffrage100.
This story is not rational. It is the story of a strange presence surrounding the scarf of Emily Wilding Davison. It is my story as I experienced it, no one else’s.
This year marks 100 years of women’s suffrage - a century ago Britain became a fairer, more democratic place to live.
Suffragettes across the nation fought for many years to win the vote - here’s how they did it.
Suffragettes across the nation fought for many years to win the vote - and the women who came after them haven’t stopped fighting for change ever since.
One hundred years ago British women were given a voice. For the first time, the disenfranchised half of our country’s population could have a say in how the place was run.
The three women who didn’t wear black to the Golden Globes really let the side down, says Liz Nice
The new BBC2 drama, Feud, about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford has much to teach women about sisterhood
Eileen Wise and Roger Hermiston were drawn to Ireland, where the ‘peace comes dropping slow’
Sisters need to do more for each other, says Siobhan Eke
OPINION: I am not sure where and when it was decided by Generation X that we are required to be perfect mothers.
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