There are still plenty of people who haven’t managed to sit through all 17 episodes the 60s British cult TV series The Prisoner. On one hand I can understand their frustration as the show doesn’t follow the ‘normal’ hero-beats-the-baddy formula with everything neatly tied up with a bow at the end of the show.
If you listened to Alan Freeman’s Pick of the Pops on Britain’s Radio One you would have heard the Australian DJ present a tightly formatted radio show featuring the week’s top 30. It was compelling listening for anyone wanting to […]
A fellow nightclub DJ showed me a painting an artist had made of him years earlier. At the time Dave and I were working at a club in Southend (UK), and one night instead of going our separate ways he […]
Get the word on the street When I was a young news reporter stuck for something to write about my editor would send me out to go speak with people shopping in the High Street. It would mean approaching complete […]