God’s Own People

This Tuesday, I had the most interesting day. It all started with lunch with two very lovely friends, who are both priests. The lunch was filled with fantastic stories from my friend Ann who has been appearing on Big Brother with Rylan Clark-Neal and there were some great tales of her […]

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Nighthawks

San Francisco by night is full of the sights, smells and sounds that evoke a passion and lust for life found nowhere else I’ve visited in the world. Maybe I’m not well traveled enough, but I have a physical draw to this haven for the hidden, the missing and the […]

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For the Land

God’s Own Country is the most moving, touching and evocative film I have seen in an age. Not only has Francis Lee captured the intensity of two very different people falling in love and changing their lives, he’s also shone a light on the hardship of young farmers today growing up in an often […]

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Love, hate.

There’s something about London which often fills me with intense hate. I usually get these feelings in the atmosphere of the West End, a place filled with a society concerned only with itself, a place owned by faceless brands and greedy investors. Then there is the other side of London […]

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Angels & Demons

From an early age, I remember the enourmous Ford car factory in Swansea which always appeared like a huge town to a small boy. We’d drive past it on our way to a day out to Swansea and I’d always wait to see if I could spot any of the […]

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