This week, Paul Whitelaw previews a heavyweight drama about a notorious real-life heist and a major new profile of Margaret Thatcher.
Mental Health Awareness Week
Jazz Carlin’s body had been dropping hints about retirement for a few months before she called it a day – she was expecting that, Olympic-level swimming is traditionally a young person’s game.
A club interested in signing Danny Rose last summer wanted to make sure he was not “crazy”, the England defender has revealed.
When Keegan Hirst was growing up he did not see gay people on television – not that he knew of, anyway – and there certainly were not any gay people in his hometown.
It is sometimes said great players often struggle as coaches because they cannot understand why others might not be able to do things they found easy, leading to unfair expectations and frustration.
The Rugby Football Union, Premier League and Sport England are among more than 200 organisations backing a scheme to provide 21,000 coaches with mental health training by 2021.
Last week’s remarkable run of football results proved just how powerful a drug the game can be – the world’s greatest happy pill when it goes your way, the biggest downer when it does not.
Doncaster midfielder Matty Blair learned about good mental health the hard way but because he did he is determined to make sure his son’s generation catch on early.
A new group being set up by ministers will examine how body image impacts on young people’s mental wellbeing.
"I clean my desk every day. I'm a little bit OCD."