Sansa is the eldest daughter of Eddard "Ned" Stark, Lord of Winterfell, and his wife Lady Catelyn. Lord Stark (played by Sean Bean) was beheaded at the end of season one (at the order of Sansa's betrothed husband); Lady Catelyn had her throat slit at a wedding two seasons later.
As the writer behind the wildly successful Game of Thrones novels and television series, George R R Martin must keep control not only of the seven kingdoms that he has conjured into being, but also of the legions of fans baying for the next instalment. Jessica Salter meets him at home.
If you are one of the 8.7 million people who follow the singer Ellie Goulding on Instagram, you'll know that she is just back from a trip to northern Norway, sledging with huskies. It was, apparently, a last-minute break, taken with two friends.
HEALTH & FITNESS
If fitness was part of your life before you had a baby, there's no doubt post pregnancy exercise is on your radar, even with a little one in tow. But it's tougher now. Your strength and fitness levels will be reduced (even if you kept up training throughout pregnancy, but especially if you couldn't), your time is impossibly squeezed and you're probably functioning on very little sleep.
I have never felt more like a professional athlete and rock star rolled into one than I did this time last week. I was running the New York marathon, along with 50,000 others.
Another myth is that pregnant women can't do abdominal work. "You absolutely should keep working on your core to support your bump, just not doing crunches, as they can lead to an increased risk of abdominal separation," Charlie says. Instead try mountain climbers or press ups with your hands on a bench.
The Alkhawaja family is the subject of an extraordinary documentary, We Are the Giant, made by Greg Barker, an American former war correspondent turned filmmaker.
Mark Pollock overcame blindness to take on some of the world’s toughest tests of endurance, until a fall left him paralysed and facing his greatest challenge yet - to walk again. Thanks to grim determination and pioneering ‘robotic legs’, that dream is now becoming a reality.
Tony Fadell, inventor of the iPod, speaks at Hay 2014. PHOTO: Jay Williams It was the launch of the first home computers that fired up Fadell's imagination and entrepreneurial spirit. When Apple released the Apple II Plus, their second generation computer, priced $1,195, Fadell thought, 'I've got to get one of those,' he says.
Buoyed by its success, Equal Arts won £164,000 of Lottery money in August 2012 to set up the project, HenPower, in eight pilot sites, ranging from care homes to assisted-living schemes such as Wood Green. As well as practical poultry keeping, there are hen-based activities, including art, dance and singing.