Since her husband died a year ago Elene Marsden has discovered there are many ways of handling grief. She told Sheena Grant what she has learned and how she will be marking the first anniversary of his death.
Recent US scientific research suggests challenging yourself throughout your life can help you live and feel like someone decades younger. It certainly seems to be working for Suffolk hockey player Roger Girling.
Movies that tell a good story and have engaging characters provide that all-important re-watch value necessary for a great film. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies which may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.
What’s the best way to cope with grief? When Elene Marsden’s husband Steve died earlier this year she was lost. But continuing with plans they had been making for a travel adventure this summer has given her a focus that has helped her navigate the pain. She told Sheena Grant more.
Ipswich-based technology company two10degrees is supporting the attempt by a former Suffolk school pupil to become the first woman to row solo and unsupported across the north Pacific Ocean, from Choshi in Japan to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.
Shakespeare continues to inspire the creative arts 400 years after his death. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to young choreographer about an international collaboration to bring new life to Rosalind, star of As You Like It.