December 14, 2019
It is a Friday morning and I am sitting in the lobby of a non-descript hotel on the outskirts of Bristol, waiting for Mo Farah.
If it seems like an unlikely place to find the Olympic gold medal-winning athlete, perhaps it is, but he is here as the hotel's new ambassador...
July 7, 2019
As the Women's World Cup is on TV tonight, historian Gail Newsham tells about pioneering female footballers
Imagine if women's football filled huge stadiums, and was splashed across the front pages of newspapers.
Imagine tens of thousands of spectators were turned...
July 8, 2017
Little Bradley's tragic death reveals a worrying trend for parents crowdfunding their children's medical treament
January 19, 2017
Alicia Amira spent thousands of pounds and many painful hours transforming her body until it was almost unrecognisable.
January 8, 2017
This week in Take a Break: my story of how a playground rivalry ended in one mum making death threats to another and trying to blame her for a bomb hoax
December 23, 2016
Ever wondered about selling a real life story to a women's magazine? How does it work? Are the stories even true? I'll let you in on a secret...
December 5, 2016
From the outside, nobody would have guessed that respectable Sonia Grimes was struggling with a dark addiction
Why does football have a sexism problem?
A mother's battle with alcoholism: "I'm finally the mum my son deserves"
My interview with Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah
On Bradley Lowery and crowdfunding for cancer treatment
Why one woman is on a mission to look as plastic as possible
How two mums' playground feud ended in a bitter court battle
What really happens when you sell a story to the press?