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Life is sweet
One of the many passages I cherish in Joy Larkcom’s book, Just Vegetating, concerns her favourite plant, which is a sweet pea… ‘not just any sweet pea, but the dainty, beautifully fragrant old variety Lathyrus odoratus ‘Cupani’.’ Joy’s remarkable book...
Post-interview etiquette
You're free, your nerves have calmed for the first times in days and you can finally stop rehearsing your answers. The interview is over- now what? It can be tempting to just sit back and wait but there are still a few steps left to take to maximise...
Book Reviews: 4 July
OUT NOW AREN’T WE SISTERS? by Patricia Ferguson (Penguin Books, £7.99; offer price, £7.59) Lettie Quick, trained by Marie Stopes herself, schools married women about contraception. Her job is legal, but the written requests she receives are not. Norah...
The Daily: September 12
Chocolatier who invented After Eight Mint has died Brain Sollit, the 'real-life Willy Wonka' who invented a dazzling array of well-loved chocolates has died at the age of 74. He was responsible for Rowntree's After Eight Mints, Lion Bars, Yorkies,...
Book reviews: 23 November
Whether it’s a charming picture book, an anthology, a comic annual, or a classic revisited, there’s something for everyone here. Celebrate the season with humour and nostalgia just by dipping into these page-turners for hours of family entertainment...
The wonders of modern medicine have tended to marginalise the often very effective remedies once readily available from the local chemist. As a student at St Barts London in the 1950s, retired microbiologist Rosalind Maskell was advised by an eminent...
Radio reviews: 30 March
The hour between 11am and noon on BBC Radio 4 is home to some its best programming: light, quirky, thoughtprovoking documentaries and comedy. North and South: Across The Great Divide is a fi ne example of the former, as writer Ian Marchant traces the...
There’s a terrific scene in Ink, the riveting new play by James Graham (who wrote This House) when Larry Lamb, the new editor of The Sun, which has just been bought by a thirtysomething Australian tycoon named Rupert Murdoch, brainstorms with his...
Tame Common Cravings with these Crucial Tips and Cheats
A leading food psychologist has revealed the reasons why you succumb to everyday cravings – and provides crucial tips on how to cheat them. Dr Christy Fergusson, working with Seasonal Berries, delivers the answers to why so many Brits can't resist...
Book Reviews: 21 April
OUT NOW PUSSY by Howard Jacobson (Jonathan Cape, £12.99) Written in the weeks after the US election, this is an entertaining send-up of President Trump. A satirical fairytale for grown-ups, it tells the story of Prince Fracassus, spoilt heir to the...
Older Brits missing out due to negative perceptions of ageing
New research released today shows two thirds of older British people are missing out on new experiences which could benefit them as they age. And what's more, a fifth of those will never get round to the things on their wish list because they feel too...
How to Handle Second Interviews
Congratulations! You've made it to the second interview. The problem is you answered all the standard questions in the first interview, so what should you expect from the second? This week we are going to cover the differences between first and second...
Book Reviews: 25 November
OUT NOW GOTHAM Rising: New York in The 1930s by Jules Stewart (IB Tauris, £20) The default narrative of interwar New York City tells of two starkly contrasting decades riven by the catastrophic Wall Street Crash of October 1929. Before it, the roaring...
Radio Review: 18 November
The Today programme was briefly made significantly more bearable last week by the presence of Ken Bruce, even though he was there for a sad reason. Bruce was speaking to Nick Robinson about his friend and former colleague Sir Jimmy Young, recalling the...
Tackling a competency based interview
Competency based questions are by far my biggest fear when it comes to interviews. I am the kind of person who likes to prepare for days in advance, planning the perfect answer to every possible question. It is very difficult to prepare for competency...
Happy days
A poll of 2,000 adults released today on World Smile Day found that despite uncertain times, most Brits consider themselves a 'glass half-full' person and spend half of the average week feeling happy. Eating comfort food, jumping into a bed with...
Book Reviews: 14 October
OUT NOW SEX & DEATH: Stories edited by Sarah Hall and Peter Hobbs (Faber & Faber, £18.99) These 20 specially commissioned stories promise to strip us back to our animal selves as they explore two of life’s central themes. Nowhere is that intention more...
10 common interview questions and how to answer them
Tell us about yourself This is usually the first question you are asked and it gives you the opportunity to set the tone of the interview. Keep your answer to around 2-3 minutes and briefly highlight your education and work history whilst drawing...
41% of children in the UK don't know where an egg comes from
Do you know where your food comes from? A new study has revealed that almost half of our children in the UK don't know that the egg came from the chicken. A thousand children were recently surveyed by the supermarket giant, Asda. Findings have included...
National Treasure
He's a face we all know and love, an old familiar friend thanks to television fame. But what if that household name harboured the most monstrous secrets – long hidden from the nation and from his loving wife? National Treasure (Tuesday, Channel 4, 9pm)...

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