Its uniform is pyjamas, and you need a doctor’s note to join in. Olivia Gordon takes a peek inside Britain’s most inspiring classroom at Great Ormond Street Hospital’s school. When my son was a baby and an inpatient at the hospital, I was amazed to see a school at the end of a corridor on the […]
I wrote this feature about my family’s experience of having a seriously ill baby – in particular it’s about the pioneering new field of fetal surgery with which University College Hospital treated my son in utero. Humphrey in The Times I am donating my fee to UCH’s neonatal unit and fetal medicine unit.
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.
When I met a young, female rabbi I was intrigued and thought she’d be perfect for How I Make It Work in Style – here’s my interview with her.
It was a privilege to interview Kate Cross of Great Ormond Street Hospital for the Sunday Times Style. To me personally, Kate Cross is better known as ‘Miss Cross’, the awe-inspiring surgeon who operated on my son when he was a tiny baby. The beautiful picture was taken by the talented Nina Hollington, who I hope to […]
The working life of Sally Bailey, chief executive of clothing retailer White Stuff
Meet The Best-Kept Secret Of Women Trying to Conceive The Times Weekend Toni Weschler has helped thousands of women to conceive by taking notice of their bodies. She talks to Olivia Gordon.
I wrote three case studies as part of this feature on the new ways to work.
Addicted to Trash TV – Sunday Times Style Can’t get enough of those glossy American shows that combine beauty and bitchiness? You’re not alone…
Author photographs: Nina Hollington ThemeShopy