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The Great Stewardess Rebellion review: stirring study of what Roe v Wade helped vanquish

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In 1966, when America was still in the throes of the Mad Men era, when men were men and women were their secretaries, Martha Griffiths, one of a handful of women in Congress, wrote to the senior vice-president of Unit...

Rūrangi review – stirring story of a trans man’s homecoming

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This heartfelt, straightforwardish drama from New Zealand ends with a belting cover of Bronski Beat’s LGBTQ+ anthem Smalltown Boy: a song about a young man leaving home to find love and acceptance in the city. Rūrangi...

Stirring stuff: 10 simple and delicious risotto recipes, from Anna Del Conte, Yotam Ottolenghi, Meera Sodha …

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Risotto is perfect food. Warm, starchy and comforting, it is one of the most versatile dishes the home cook can learn. It is an ideal first food for young children who don’t quite have it in them to chew yet and it’s ...

The Tempest review – stirring all-female Shakespeare on the cusp of Cop26

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The short-term forecast is for a storm – or maybe a squally shower – of Cop26-inspired Tempests. On 7 November, BBC Radio 3 is fielding a soft-spoken Ian McDiarmid as Prospero in Shakespeare’s island reverie and here ...

Leicester’s stirring Cup win reminds English football what matters

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Football is rarely just about the football. Often it’s not really about the football at all, particularly when it comes to finals. Was Bolton’s victory over West Ham in 1923 a good game? Who knows, but its place in fo...