Today I was extremely lucky in being able to hold an audience with Phillip Pullman, the author best known for the trilogy His Dark Materials and beloved across the world […]
Kelly Cutrone’s first book ‘If you have to cry go outside, and other things your mother never told you’ had, I’m ashamed to admit, been sitting on my bookshelf for […]
Following up my last post… Check out Kelly at TEDxOxford 2011. She was a very cool person to meet.
This afternoon I was lucky enough to be able to attend a talk by Simon Elmes, creative director of the BBC. He spoke all about his time at the broadcasting […]
It’s been a beautiful day here up North, leaving the snow on the hills in Blacko for a bit of intellectual warmth in the form of TedXSalford at the Lowry. […]
Today I experienced an amazing opportunity. The chance to have a personal tour of the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, courtesy of Lord Tony Hall himself (or Uncle Tony […]
Went to see a talk by Sir Martin Sorrell in Queens College this evening. He may seem like a strange subject to start my blog with, but as basically the […]