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What's got my attention this week

Want some ideas for things to read, watch and listen to this weekend? Look no further...

Serena Williams, still setting the US Open alight

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SCROLLING • Serena's retirement highlights the ongoing double standards for women in sport. And here's Billie-Jean King on what makes Serena great. • Australian Chris Dawson has been convicted of his wife Lynette's murder, 40 years after she went missing, thanks in large part to The Teacher's Pet podcast. But, as this piece points out, the young babysitter at the heart of it all was a victim, too. • I have a massive crush on actor Keeley Hawes. Love her even more after this You mag interview. • 50 years after Cambridge University went co-ed, not much else has changed. • Dolly Parton is rerecording 9-to-5 with Kelly Clarkson. Can't decide if I'm excited or scared. • Ashley Judd, typically brilliant, on the right to keep private pain private.

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