As a journalist I cover news, entertainment and sport for British media outlets.

Here are some examples:

Exclusive interviews:

Sir David Attenborough (The Times) Sir David Attenborough (Daily Express)

Christo Brand (The Times)

James Corden (The Sun – TV)

Jamie Dornan (The Sun – TV)

Chelsea Handler (The Sun – TV)

Josh Hartnett (The Sun – TV)

Chris Lilley (The Sun – TV)

Lee Mack (The Sun – TV)

Kevin McHale (The Sun – TV)

Chris Ramsay (British Comedy Guide)

Frank Skinner (The Sun – TV)

Nik Wallenda (Daily Telegraph)


Astronaut school (Sunday Express)

Paul: I wish The Beatles had gone on forever (Sunday Express)


Aids pandemic origin traced to 1920s Kinshasa (The Times)

Sir Brucie: Pink champagne is my secret elixir (Sunday Express)

Dancers are paid less than box-office staff (The Times)

Strictly Come Dancing: Len Goodman (Sunday Express)

Neighbours rave at parties in Boris house (The Times)

Quarter of psychotic cases linked to skunk cannabis (The Times)

David Tennant: Why I took Munich air crash role (Sunday Express)

TV BAFTAs 2013 (The Sun – News) TV BAFTAs 2014 (The Sun – News)

Wolf Hall star said no to Spielberg (The Times)


USA road trip

Malaysia retreat

South Africa safari

Rajasthan, India


David Beckham (The Sun – Sport)

Lewis Hamilton (The People) Lewis Hamilton (The Sun – Motors)

Coming soon: a handful of excerpts from some of my audio interviews…

ICE CUBE on how gangster rap has changed since he first started back in the 80s, which of today’s stars he admires, his ninth studio album I Am the West and who he’d like to collaborate with.

DAVID BECKHAM on still wanting to play for the England football team, why he thinks he can play on until he’s 45 and how the power of positive thinking helped him recover from injury.

SIR ANTHONY HOPKINS on pounding the treadmill to keep fit, enjoying painting and composing, writing his autobiography and his take on the meaning of life.

DEEPAK CHOPRA on his friendship with Beatle George Harrison, the future colonisation of Mars, his thoughts on close friend Michael Jackson’s children and why self-reflection should be a daily habit.

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