For many women, the bikini season brings a special type of torture. Fiona Sturges is hoping for rain...
But as long as older female performers are locked out by Hollywood and the music industry, the outlook is bleak for us all
The Irish singer was doing art-pop when Lady Gaga still had milk teeth
A wry, warm and deliberately accessible collection of thoughts, footnotes and micro-essays
What did LBC think would be gained by offering a platform to the swivel-eyed troll? asks Fiona Sturges
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At Bletchley Park she was part of the team working on Ultra signal intelligence which played a part in breaking the Enigma code.
A revealing portrait of a close-knit and mutually supportive scene in which musicians lived together
Gordon doesn’t mince her words as she recalls working with Courtney Love and compares the singer’s narcissistic and sociopathic tendencies to those of her own brother, Keller, a paranoid schizophrenic
The station was threatened with closure by the BBC Trust five years ago
With one exception, the teachers at my Catholic boarding school were cruel and prejudiced
'Miranda' will bow out – clumsily, presumably – on Christmas Eve. And so it's the last chance to debate whether this was a trailblazing triumph for comedy – or an embarrassment that pandered to the worst kind of stereotypes about women
Addiction, illness and heartbreak; John Grant has been through it all. But could things finally be looking up for the singer-songwriter?
It’s a tired format, but recent attempts to subvert the promotional appearance have generated more heat than light
Silicon Valley's latest wheeze is not just creepy, it's telling us that motherhood is incompatible with a career