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Open line • “Don’t let the shadows of yesterday spoil the sunshine of tomorrow.”
Letter of the month
Decade of devotion
Light up the night
Women on top
David Warner’s girls pen heartfelt note
Finish this sentence …
Women win big!
Tender tribute to Helen McCrory
Century of classics
When Prince Philip came to lunch
Around the world
They said what?
Coming up… • Rounding up the month’s hottest entertainment
Great Scott! • Denise Scott has suddenly developed a blind spot for her old friend Sam Pang.
Judi There is nothing like this Dame • The show has always gone on for Dame Judi Dench, who even in COVID lockdown created TikTok videos with her grandson. Now, she’s back on the silver screen in a role that reminded her of her wartime childhood.
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
The baby of your dreams • Since the first test-tube baby was born, people have been fascinated by the idea of designer babies. Now, the reality – and the threat – of genetically modified humans is closer than ever before.
The show must go on • A Chorus Line choreographer Amy Campbell returns to the theatre with a renewed sense of how important it is to spread joy.
My father the murderer • When Nina Young discovered that her father was a killer and her mum had kept it secret, her world imploded. Here mother and daughter talk to The Weekly about that deeply emotional journey.
Would you pay $70 million for this digital file? • Is it the new pop art? Or is it the hoax of the century? Welcome to the mysterious, multimillion-dollar digital art world.
More crazy crypto loot
“We were made for each other” • When Jimmy and Sharnae made their debut on ABC docuseries Love on the Spectrum in 2019, viewers fell head over heels for the couple. Now, as they celebrate becoming husband and wife, they invite The Weekly into their inner sanctum.
A WICKED WEB • Women with pelvic mesh injuries are back in court, still waiting for justice and compensation for the surgery that devastated their lives.
Creating hope • When a devastating illness forced Martha Marlow to quit art school and stop performing music, she had to find a new way to share her talents with the world.
Out of the box • Sarah Jane Adams is a walking contradiction, inspiring admiration in some; confusion or distaste in others. And that’s just how this newly minted reality-TV star likes it.
My Story The day I lost my mind … and how I found it again • One Sunday in March last year, Dasha Ross’s memory left her. Suddenly struck by a mysterious condition, Transient Global Amnesia, she lost a whole day of her life, and it has taken a year to truly recover.
What women really want • Regency soft porn has pulses racing, dodgy S&M books are flying off the shelves and sex toy sales are booming. Does the craze for passionate pop culture hint at the real-life desires of modern women?
Keen to sex-plore? • Expert or novice, here are three recommendations to broaden your horizons …
Golden years • Proving that you can teach old dogs new tricks, Lisa Domeny gives senior golden retrievers and their human friends a new lease on life.
Double trouble • When it comes to navigating the aisles of vast shopping spaces, sometimes two heads really aren’t better than one.
The show must go on! • Forget the frontline. The legendary Windmill Girls served the cause on stage – lifting the spirits of bomb-ravaged Londoners and many a serviceman.
To the moon and back • Astrophysicist,...