Features

22 October 2019

Six spooktacular facts about Halloween

The didactics team from leading learning app, Babbel (www.babbel.com) shed some light on the origins of some of the most spooktacular Halloween traditions: The tradition of Halloween comes from Samhain, ...
22 October 2019

How to de-stress at work and instantly calm your mind

If you feel as though you are constantly stressed out at work, then you will know how frustrating this can be. You may feel as though nothing you do helps ...
21 October 2019

Online games for women

When we hear the term online games, we picture a male playing some video or casino games. It is indeed a bit strange that women nowadays are rarely associated with ...
21 October 2019

Top five ideas for a 1980s-themed party!

Sparkles, headbands, neon prints and rubber bracelets are all associations for the wildest decade of the previous century. The era of R’N’B, synthpop, metal, and rock never goes out of ...
18 October 2019

Film of the Week: War of the Worlds

Since the early 2000s, hundreds of films have been released, but not many hold a flame to 2005’s War Of The Worlds. Stephen Spielberg has numerous films under his belt, ...
18 October 2019

Make-up artist Viorela Coman's top tips for men starting out with make-up!

We asked make-up artist Viorela Coman to give us her top tips for men who are just starting out with their exploration of make-up, and to write a glossary of ...
17 October 2019

RuPaul's Drag Race UK: All of the best quotes from the third episode!

The first season of RuPaul's Drag Race UK continued this week with another stellar episode, showcasing the Queens sewing talents - or lack of! There were some incredible lewks brought to ...

17 October 2019

Throwback Thursday: 10 of the best movie quotes of all time!

We're going back to the movies in this week's Throwback Thursday feature, taking a look at some of the best, most iconic film quotes of all time! From Lord of the Rings ...
17 October 2019

Why Spider-Man belongs in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Following last month’s tumultuous scare, Marvel fans were pleased to see that Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios brokered a deal that will allow Tom Holland’s Spider-Man to return to the ...

17 October 2019

Author Hannah Ellis discusses her new novel, The Bookshop of Hopes and Dreams

This was a book I never intended to write. What I didn’t realise when I started writing was that readers would become involved in my writing process. Tara, the protagonist ...
16 October 2019

Witching Hour: Common misconceptions about Early Modern witch trials

When it comes to witch hunts, there are plenty of common nonsense tropes associated with this period of history thanks to inaccurate retellings in movies, TV shows and books. Here we ...

16 October 2019

Seven reasons to try an immersive drumming experience

This October, London will welcome a first of its kind experience to Camden with the launch of BeatOrbit, an immersive drumming experience that pits you against friends, family or colleagues ...

16 October 2019

The ultimate guide to laundry hacks!

You probably think you've got things sorted when it comes to doing your laundry, but there are so many life and laundry hacks out there that you could just change ...
15 October 2019

Seven Stephen King horror adaptations that were jaw-droppingly awful

With Hallowe'en just around the corner, we're enjoying the spooky festivities by getting stuck into some horror classics. Unfortunately, rediscovering some gems means stumbling across some absolutely terrible creations. Stephen King ...
15 October 2019

Chris Packham empowers everyone to make simple changes to create big impact

The issue of climate change has begun to take center stage in the British conscience, with media reporting on the devastating impact of climate change and social media rife with ...

15 October 2019

True Crime Tuesday: The disappearance of Russell Bohling

Every so often in our True Crime Tuesday series, we'll be taking a look at a story that actually never found a resolution. That's exactly the case with our deep dive this ...

15 October 2019

Four tips for getting more women into the field of STEM

Girls are almost twice as likely to seek extra help in STEM subjects than boys, despite similar grades at A Level. This is according to research from the UK’s leading ...

14 October 2019

How a guide dog can help visually impaired athletes reach their goal

By Kelly Ganfield I could never have been the athlete I am without my two-year-old guide dog Archie, a cream Labrador cross Retriever. He spurs me on to win medals ...

14 October 2019

How becoming incontinent changed my life by Lucy Griffiths

Ex-TV correspondent and producer, Lucy Griffiths, talks to us about how her life changed after becoming incontinent and how she copes as a busy mother running a successful business. There’s ...
14 October 2019

A day in the life of flat jockey Hollie Doyle

I ride out six days every week without a doubt, I don’t usually ride on a Sunday. I am up each day at 5.30am and at work by 6.00am. I ...

14 October 2019

Podcast of the Week: Squiggly Careers

When it comes to our Podcast of the Week series, we try to look at a wide range of different series available on the web. From humour to true crime; real ...
14 October 2019

A week in the world of women's sport: Brigid Kosgei sets new marathon world record

In our weekly feature on the ins and outs in women's sport, Brigid Kosgei breaks Paula Radcliffe's marathon world record while Coco Gauff claims her maiden WTA Tour title. Brigid ...
11 October 2019

Film of the Week: The Shallows

Welcome back to our brand new Film of the Week series! Each Friday, we're going to be taking a look at a movie which has had us all taking at Female ...

11 October 2019

Film of the Week: The Shallows

Welcome back to our brand new Film of the Week series! Each Friday, we're going to be taking a look at a movie which has had us all taking at Female ...