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Issue 1477 - Eliud Kipchoge

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Kipchoge the incredible

Double Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge is the greatest long-distance runner the world has ever seen. Adrian Lobb gets inside his head to discover the mindset that powers the miracle. “No human is limited,” he says. “Let us all press on, and press on and press on.”

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- All Creatures Great and Small actor Samuel West talks about having famous parents, how late fatherhood has changed him and how he wished he had stopped Boris Johnson in his Letter To His Younger Self
- The Scouse acting dream team of Stephen Graham and Jodie Comer on the experience of teaming up in their native Liverpool for vital and harrowing care-home drama Help
- Holocaust survivor Lily Ebert on how she’s using TikTok to make sure we never forget
- Comedian turned consumer champion Joe Lycett talks storm-offs, taking on big business and why Strictly is not for him
- Time to put away the wall hair: Lucy Sweet explains what’s wrong with the return of Changing Rooms

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