When the first COVID-19 vaccines become available, there won't be enough for everyone who wants it. So, which Canadians should get it first and how will that be decided? Dr. Peter Lin answers that and other questions from viewers.
Improve your relationships – with advice from counter-terrorism expertsEmily and Laurence Alison specialise in communication and co-operation with criminal suspects. But their methods work in the home and at work, too
Nina Sosanya: ‘My greatest regret is not having a dog’The actor, 51, on her idyllic childhood, fixing clockwork devices and learning to be less scared of spiders
The new book Finding Freedom refutes the media's claims that the Queen was unhappy with the tiara Meghan chose. Instead, the authors reportedly claim, the dispute was between Prince Harry and the Queen's dresser.
The Housing Lark: Sam Selvon's strikingly relevant, lesser-known classic. Greenhorns, hustlers and dope dealers banter and bicker in this 1960s novel following migrants in London as they navigate racist landlords and English snootiness
Up hill, down dale: five beautiful cycle trails in the north of England. Byways in Yorkshire, Cumbria and Northumberland make for scenic and challenging rides. The writer of a new book, Lost Lanes Northern England, chooses his favourites
Arkady Martine wins Hugo for best novel, as George RR Martin hosts online ceremonyDebut novelist wins world’s top prize in science fiction for A Memory Called Empire, with Jeanette Ng and Neil Gaiman landing other categories
Gagging order: the jokes comedians would have told at EdinburghFrom Flo & Joan to Stephen K Amos, standups share the material they would have taken to the fringe this year * A joyful, sweaty jamboree: why the 2020 Edinburgh fringe will be missed * Remotely entertaining: Edinburgh highlights beamed to your living room
Miss Benson's Beetle by Rachel Joyce review – the value of friendship. Two ‘leftover women’ search for an undiscovered species in this touching journey of self-discovery