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April/May 2018

Cover story:

Tale of the unexpected.

Older actors know all about the fear of the slow decline of their careers but occasionally a woman of a certain

age sends a sign of hope and inspiration.

We meet Rachel Fielding, who found Oscar success at over fifty.

Also inside:

A Matter of Debate.

Earlier this year Richmond College won the Debating Matters regional competition at St Mary’s University in Twickenham.

It was a hard-won victory for the students since preparation and talent were not in short supply among youngsters

from schools all over this part of the Home Counties.

Yet this significant and positive event has a value beyond winning on the day.

Finding men not mendacity

We discover the joys and pitfalls of dating for the over 50's with a little help from the online dating app Our Time.

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