What has caught my eye this week?
♦ Really interesting work by Dr Valentina Borgia to detect poisons on archaeological artefacts.
♦ Starbucks release a limited edition Birthday Cake Frappuccino! Catch it while you can (until 30th March).
♦ How do you transform a museum? A behind the scenes look at the slightly controversial IWM relaunch.
♦ The price of shame. A really excellent and brave TED talk by Monica Lewinsky about public shaming.
♦ A lovely interview with Sabrina Ghaynor.
♦ Should we clone Neanderthals?
♦ Behind the curtain. 12 interesting secrets about London’s museums.
♦ The Kind is dead, long live the King. But are we burying the wrong body?
♦ The price of responsibility – the grief of an A&E doctor.
♦ What do we value? A fascinating look at the linguistic patterns between male and female letters of recommendation.
♦ A look at UNIQLO’s new Kabuki inspired range.
♦ Another Richard opinion piece – why burying him when other famous remains are on display?
♦ Does Louis Theroux ever get embarrassed when asking awkward questions? No. No he doesn’t.
♦ 15 old Hollywood beauty secrets. Likely to be mostly nonsense but entertaining nonetheless.
♦ In defence of the King. One last piece about Richard.
♦ A naughty police horse named Jack makes an unscheduled beat patrol.
Have a fab weekend peoples.