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Judy Garland: Little Woman, Big Talent

Judy Garland was small in stature, but huge in talent. Judy Garland: Little Woman, Big Talent tells the story of her rise to fame against all odds by displaying one of the most amazing voices in Hollywood history. 83 more words

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Amazing Women Who Inspire Us ! Ada Lovelace and Elizabeth Montague

(Watercolour portrait of Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, 1840. Source Wikipedia. )

Ada Lovelace

Author and reader alike have undoubtedly heard of Bill Gates and Steve jobs. 697 more words


We Will Remember Them.

Monday 4th August 2014 saw 100 years since Britain joined the First World War, a conflict which completely altered the future of warfare and the course of history. 607 more words

Women's History

Introducing Landing Author Juliet Greenwood

As there are still plenty of summer days left for reading (albeit that you might be reading in mac and wellingtons) I thought I would feature one of my recent library reads which I flew through recently. 792 more words


How can we learn?

So soon we shall see the release of GCSE and¬†A-Level results, and then a new wave of young people venturing off to university. In 2010-2011 there were 5% more female students at UK universities than males, with women also outnumbering men in normally ‘male subjects’ such as medicine ( 1,455 more words

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Unknown Heroes.

This post is inspired by an event which I attended yesterday. During this event every participant was required to tell us their most inspirational person (Dead or Alive). 468 more words

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Terrorism or Freedom Fighting?

Yesterday saw the 156th Birthday of the woman who many see as the one who eventually gained women the right to vote in Britain – Emmeline Pankhurst. 910 more words

Women's History