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‘IT’S A fantastic TIME TO BE IN MY 50S’ • Radio DJ and presenter Jo Whiley talks to GH about dancing on stage at Glastonbury, embracing her competitive streak and her dream of becoming a grandmother
In the SUMMERTIME • Dreaming of holidays? Bring some Mediterranean fun and frivolity into your summer wardrobe with sunshine-ready tile prints, clashing punchy colours and gorgeous, happy-go-lucky accessories
Five-star SWIMWEAR • From on-trend one-shoulder costumes to high-waist bikinis and supportive mastectomy wear, these sensational body-confidence styles are making waves!
How women became FEARLESS & took on the world • Men don’t have the monopoly on being brave and having adventures, says broadcaster and writer Louise Minchin. In her new book, Fearless, she celebrates the courage and resilience of incredible women pushing boundaries
‘We’re never far away from something familiar’ • It’s a small world, says our columnist as she celebrates some wonderful moments of random connection from York Minster to New York
‘When I look in the mirror, I SEE SOMEONE WHO BLOOMED’ • Thanks to co-presenting Radio 4’s Saturday Live and Breakfast on Times Radio, broadcaster Aasmah Mir isn’t afraid to speak out. But finding that confidence has been a long, often tough process, as she explains
Live long and JOYFULLY • Ever wondered what a century of living would teach you about the world? Dr Gladys McGarey, the mother of holistic medicine, knows the answers and shares her lessons on finding true happiness
‘GENDER issues really FIRE ME UP’ • Fire officer Sabrina Cohen-Hatton has experienced prejudice in her professional and personal life. Author of The Gender Bias, she tells Mel Hunter how she hopes her daughter’s generation won’t have to fight so hard for equality
‘Trying something LIFE’S GREAT NEW is one of PLEASURES’ • Three readers tick very different pastimes off their bucket lists, from surfing to basket weaving and ice-cream making, as part of our My First Time Series
‘I loved using my hands to create something I’ll use for ever’ • For jewellery designer Paulomi Debnath from Romford, learning the ancient skill of basket weaving was a chance to connect with her Indian heritage.
‘The rolling green hills were the perfect background to make ice cream’ • Wanting to give her family a healthy treat, Sheena Tanna-Shah, an optometrist from Northampton, learned how to make ice cream with goat’s milk.
‘FOOTBALL is a place where EVERYONE BELONGS’ • Lioness Leah Williamson OBE talks to Ella Dove about the joy of leading the team to victory at the Euros, her new children’s book and the recent injury that means she’ll be a cheerleader for the team at the Women’s World Cup in July
‘I sold my home to build an ANIMAL HOSPITAL’ • Sue Schwar’s love of and passion for animals led to the creation of a remarkable hospital for wild creatures who need special care and attention
‘It felt like we were MEANT TO MEET’ • When it comes to whirlwind love stories, Gill Erskine, 40, and her husband, Andrew, 39, know a thing or two – after just 10 romantic days together in Thailand, Gill decided to take a leap of faith
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