From pop songs to warm pools, Candice Pires hears six very different accounts of women’s experience in labour
In a political climate where most adults are inert with despair, a growing number of teenagers are responding with action.
The writer, 75, on scary parties, dystopian fiction and being short
The wedding day of Michelle Vestal and Bob Kitcheon marked 84 days that she has been clean from crack cocaine. “I would never have done it if it wasn’t for him,” she said
The actor, 90, on being married to someone half his age, growing up during the Great Depression and hoping to live to be 100
The actor, 68, on agnosticism, depression and having ‘the finest body of work of any American actor’
In an extreme life-or-death situation, would you be able to hold your nerve?
My mother named me Bootsy. My birth name is William Earl Collins. I asked her why and she just said, “Because you looked like a Bootsy.” I left it at that.
'I was told she was six months old, had come from a breeder and wouldn’t grow any bigger than a very large cat'
The 73-year-old designer and campaigner on what drives her, the last time she cried and why she eats so much lettuce.
The actor and entrepreneur, 35, tells Candice Pires about surviving Hollywood, setting up businesses, not going to college and growing up on a military base
The musician and activist, 51, on veganism, loneliness, the allure of fame and being boringly not gay