After coming off the HRT tablets, Lynne is looking for new ways to tackle the effects of menopause. She’s not sure this latest gizmo works.
In the years since 2010, women’s state pension age has risen to 65 years and from December 6, this year, a rise to 66 begins to be phased in.
Lynne is at home nursing a Christmas shopping injury
At nearly nine months, you never quite know what baby Herbie is thinking. Here, Lynne channels the thoughts of her grandson no.3.
Should we revive all the archaic words that rarely get an airing or should we find a new way of using them? Lynne Mortimer considers.
In Christine Webber’s newly published book, In Honour Bound, the former Anglia TV presenter and psychotherapist draws on all her experience to create a supreme love story. Lynne Mortimer talks to the author.
Black Friday is one of the newest arrivals on our shores. Where did it come from and why... and is it the best time to shop?
It’s off with the HRT... and the duvet and the pyjamas as menopause takes hold
As Joanna Lumley fronts a campaign to provide more ladies’ loos at The Old Vic, Lynne Mortimer hopes all theatres will follow suit
As support continues to gather for Iceland stores’ banned Christmas ad, Lynne Mortimer looks at how it measures up to other banned and complained-about TV commercials over the years
Film maker David Webb has explored the Backwaters of Essex for a fascinating new dvd. Lynne Mortimer talks to David and finds out more.
Lynne Mortimer is rapidly reaching the age when some people feel they have to talk down to her. She pleads for equal treatment.
Prince Charles is celebrating his 70th birthday... but what to give him? Lynne Mortimer thinks East Anglia has the answer.
Suffolk Regiment’s George Punchard was one of the first men to be mobilised in 1914. Demobbed in ebruary 1919, he wrote a record of his War.
It’s true, folks, four-fifths of the Spice girls are reunited for a six-date stadium tour. But can they recreate the excitement of their first incarnation?
Repeat after me: how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood. Nowm say it faster...
Catching up with the Dreamboys on tour before their Ipswich and Kings Lynn dates, Lynne Mortimer asked them a couple of pertinent questions... oh, and a few frivolous ones too
Lynne spends two nights with baby Herbie in her bed
With more university students writing their exams on lap tops, will the barely legible handwritten paper become a thing of the past? Lynne Mortimer hopes not.
As War Horse returns to the National Theatre to mark the centenary of Armistice Day, we remember the war horses.
What excites children today? Guy Fawkes’ attempt to blow up parliament in 1605 or a night of ghosts and ghouls, tricks and treats?
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