Despite working in an on-line media environment, I’ve never really trusted the Internet when it comes to shopping. As the … Continue reading On-line shopping V The high street
James and I almost burst with pride yesterday while watching our children play at The Royal Albert Hall. They are … Continue reading Music playing heals – Howard Goodall
Jessica Ennis’s awesome World Athletics Championships gold medal today has to be hailed as a triumph. Determination, concentration and dedication … Continue reading How fast, how high, how strong?
There are a lot of questions being asked this Wimbledon fortnight. So far, we’ve seen the worst set of performances … Continue reading The wrong racquet
My 16-year-old daughter’s interest in jazz – she’s a cracking trumpet player and singer – has revived my earliest … Continue reading Art ‘n’ Jazz
Last night I returned to the Eighties, thanks to a performance at Waddesdon School. Scary hair, lairy colours … Continue reading Back to the Eighties