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Step One to Remaking the World
A new comedy drama, Rhubarb! Rhubarb! by Hugh Steadman Williams, was premièred in a church-based arts centre in London recently. That was appropriate enough: the play is set in the home and family of a Church of England vicar.
Since I was 11 my foster mother had indicated many times that she’d be glad to see me go.
One thing that parents and their children have in common is that they are both on a learning curve.
Men today behave as if they’re dispensable, maintains Tim Muirhead - but they’re not.
I’ve had to find some kind of healing and wholeness without the thing I most wanted, to live and function and even enjoy life without it.
Prof Richard Whitfield argues that we must get our relationships right if we are to give the next generation a fair chance in life.
Finlay Moir’s attitude to his son changed when he asked his own father for forgiveness.
When she was 14, Karin Peters' uncle died of cancer. 'It felt like a bomb had been dropped on top of my world,' she says.
Few countries have seen more changes in the last century than Russia. Anastasia Stepanova traces its history through the lives of three generations.

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