Saturday Times Magazine: Rise of the New Bachelors
For two decades I’ve gone from one relationship to the next. At 37, I find myself divorced and childless. And more eligible than I’ve ever been.
The Observer: The Serial Killer Who Never Was
It reads like a real-life Scandinavian crime novel. In the 1990s, Thomas Quick confessed to more than 30 murders, making him Sweden's most notorious serial killer. Then, he changed his name and revealed his confessions were all faked.
Observer Magazine: Matt Damon
He is Hollywood’s ultimate everyman. Matt Damon talks about The Martian, missing Robin Williams – and the theory that he and Ben Affleck were gay.
The Telegraph: Party Style
How am I supposed to find the perfect 'party look'?
The Observer: Black Lives Matter
Eric Garner’s daughter talks of the day her father died, her role in the civil rights movement and how the loss has affected Eric’s granddaughter.
Harper's Bazaar: Keira Knightley
In an exclusive interview, the 31-year-old actress talks candidly about gender inequalities, childcare and her family.
Elle: Léa Seydoux
In her most revealing interview yet, actress Léa Seydoux talks about sexism in the film industry, her own sexuality, suffering from depression, and the impact of the recent Paris attacks on her life.
Observer Magazine: The Man Who Walked Through Hell
Jan Bras endured years of forced labour as a Japanese POW before witnessing the aftermath of the atom bomb. Now 92, he tells Elizabeth Day about the horror and brutality he endured – and how he lives with it today.
Guardian Weekend: Jennifer Saunders
More than 20 years after creating Ab Fab, the queen of the double act has revived our favourite booze-addled duo. She reveals why she never argues, shrugs off failure – and wants more women to do panel shows.
Observer Tech Monthly: Virtual Reality
Elizabeth Day visits the virtual human interaction laboratory at Stanford University in Silicon Valley – and it blows her mind.
The Observer: Kendrec McDade
Kendrec McDade died in a hail of police bullets in 2012. His mother still seeks justice.