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ONE IN A MILLION

That was the chance that Jo Lennan had cancer. But somebody has to be that one. In this memoir, she reveals what happened next and what she learned along the way read more »
  • VOTE GAVRON

    “Suffragette” is a period film that challenges all the conventions of period films. For its director, Sarah Gavron, it was a six-year labour of love. She tells Julie Kavanagh how its story of pioneering women chimes with her own read more »
  • FUKUSHIMA: ONE MAN’S STORY

    It was Japan’s worst nightmare: an earthquake, a tsunami, and a nuclear meltdown. Henry Tricks tells the tale of a single survivor read more »
  • THERE’S LIFE IN THESE WALLS

    Authors on Museums: history is never more alive than at the Tenement Museum on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Roddy Doyle is transported read more »
  • THE DATA OR THE HUNCH

    More and more decisions, from the music business to the sports field, are being delegated to data. But where does that leave our intuition? Ian Leslie figures it out read more »
  • DAVID ADJAYE’S DESIGN FOR LIVING

    From the National Mall in Washington to a business school in Moscow, David Adjaye makes buildings for the world. Ariel Ramchandani trails the man and his work across continents read more »
  • THE HARD SOLUTION

    The National Theatre is a London landmark and a global magnet—but a tricky building. For the past six years, Patrick Dillon has been working on a £50m revamp. He tells the inside story read more »