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A CLASS OF THEIR OWN — The Telegraph Magazine

In this Saturday’s Telegraph magazine – meeting the parents who have chosen to home educate their children.

REVISITING THE FETAL HOSPITAL UNIT THAT SAVED MY BABY’S LIFE — The Telegraph magazine

I am thrilled to have written this feature about University College London’s Fetal Medicine Unit for this Saturday’s Telegraph magazine (it’s up on the paper’s website already). I spent three unforgettable days sitting in on patient consultations at the FMU last year, years after my own son was treated there…as a journalist I was privileged […]

IS IT CHARACTER-BUILDING TO LET A 7-YEAR-OLD WALK HOME ALONE? — Sunday Telegraph Stella

A growing group of ‘free-range parents’ believe that freedom to play outdoors and travel alone fosters true independence. Could they be right? By Olivia Gordon

IS IT TIME TO QUESTION THE ETHICS OF DONOR CONCEPTION? — The Telegraph

Branded ‘the donated generation’, many adults conceived by donors are questioning their parents’ decisions. Olivia Gordon reports

MIND THE GENERATION GAP — Sunday Telegraph Stella

Stay-at-home mother? Career high-flyer? Juggling the two? Within a few decades there has been a huge revolution in the way women can choose to lead their lives… This was the first time I’ve ever written a feature and also been interviewed for it by a co-writer. My editor Anna interviewed me and my mum, and […]

BEYOND TEMPTATION — The Sunday Telegraph (Stella Magazine)

It’s 10.30am in Sophie Boss’s living-room, and with the coffee she’s serving a rich, home-made chocolate and pistachio cake. As she and her sister Audrey, two fortysomething mothers from north London, tuck into their slices there’s no chuckling of ‘Ooh, naughty us’, no trace of guilt and no longing glances at the rest of the […]

NO SEX, PLEASE: MEET THE ASEXUALS WHO ARE IN THE MARKET FOR LOVE – BUT NOT LOVE-MAKING — Stella, The Sunday Telegraph

Suddenly, sexuality isn’t black and white anymore. People are coming out as ‘A’, or ‘grey-A’ (semi-asexual), ‘demisexual’ (someone who only feels attraction after an emotional bond has been formed) and/or ‘aromantic’ (someone who feels no urge for romantic companionship). Or, perhaps, ‘homo-romantic’, meaning they are romantically but not sexually attracted to people of the same […]

Behind the scenes…

I’ve been super busy (as always!) the last few weeks working on various features for the Times, Telegraph, Guardian and Mail, as well as Top Santé, on top of my regular reviewing and blog writing for Parentdish.co.uk and Allaboutyou.com. Do look out for some interesting stuff coming up in the next few months.

MY BRILLIANT CAREERS — Sunday Telegraph Stella

Feature on the mistresses of reinvention – why have one career when you can just keep changing them?  

EAT YOUR HEART OUT, HESTON — Sunday Telegraph Stella magazine

Spinach ice cream, anyone? Or how about a nice bowl of offal bourguignon? Olivia Gordon meets the cooks-cum-artists behind a new culinary craze

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