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Elizabeth McGovern: my daughters helped me understand sexism in Hollywood
The Downton Abbey star and Oscar nominee on the new Downton film, the lack of roles for older women, her life in Hollywood and playing screen siren Ava Gardner
Natalie Imbruglia: ‘The 90s are back in. Have I just become vintage?’
As she returns with her first new music in 12 years, the singer talks about riding the nostalgia wave, life’s curveballs and why she’s better off alone after having a baby through IVF and a donor.
Jodie Whittaker on filming while pregnant and growing out her armpit hair
There’s a scene in which she is in a rush to get to work and her bra is still damp from the wash, so she microwaves it
To keep women 'safe', the creator of a sex party empire wants to track who, how and where we date
The creator of Killing Kittens, a sex party empire, has made a new app with the aim of protecting women when online dating. But does this just shift blame onto women to 'behave safely' while offering little true protection against sexual violence?
Johnny Flynn: the eco-warrior's hearthrob
Johnny Flynn: the actor-musician on yoga, nature and how becoming a father triggered panic attacks
Cressida Bonas: 'People called her a golddigger, but that wasn't the whole truth'
The actor on how she hates being called 'Prince Harry's ex and her new show about Sonia Brownell, the wife of George Orwell
Theatre: Are you ready for your close-up?
The one-on-one performance is taking over theatreland
Russell Brand interview: Have fatherhood, abstinence and God really made him a changed man?
Short answer: nope.
Tom Sturridge: stepping out of Sienna Miller's shadow
Starring roles in a film and a play make this a huge week for the actor Tom Sturridge. Emily Jupp finds the pressure is getting to him
Christine and the Queens: the feminist icon on sexism and pansexuality
Le Pen, paranoia and post-gender sex
Michael Kiwanuka: there are loads of oddballs like me in music
Kiwanuka's Mercury nominated album Love & Hate, isn't a protest song, he says, instead it's about celebrating differences.
Morven Christie: 'I refuse to be a prop'
‘Oh yeah we’ll have some props here, we’ll have some cereal on the table and we’ll have some tits walking in the background’.
Inside Pussy Riot: ‘Political art can change the world’
Taking place 100 years after the Russian Revolution, Art Riot: Post-Soviet Actionism opens at London’s Saatchi Gallery today featuring anarchist artists Pussy Riot.
“Political art is a way to change the system because it is a way to ask uncomfortable questions and only then can we go forward.”
Monica Dolan: 'children don't find their sexual selves through ...
Monica Dolan: 'children don't find their sexual sel...