- ArtsworkIntern, 2008 - 2008
- Due South magazineRock Music Reviewer/Feature Writer, 1989 - 1990
- Self employedSemi-pro musician, 1982 - 1998
- Dean & DyballLabourer, 1988 - 1989
- VariousInsurance Clerk, Admin Assistant, 1986 - 1999
- University of Southampton1999 - 2004
- Hill College, Southampton1978 - 1979
- Bellemoor Boys' Secondary Modern, Southampton1974 - 1978
Journalist to give up writing gimmicky bullshit features for a month
A JOURNALIST is to spend a month not writing features about giving things up for a fixed period of time.
The End of the Self Is the End of the Universe - The Millions
Sadness might seem too sincere an emotion to ascribe to a novel written by a postmodernist like DeLillo, but 'Zero K' pushes its readers to
Sain Zahoor: Sufi and love in a cold climate… - Asian Culture Vulture
Sain Zahoor is regarded as one of the greatest living Sufis and his music has a huge global reach. Our correspondent not only saw the London
The Dry Landscapes of Zen Temples Meet California's Drought | Orange | A...
The Japanese dry landscape tradition goes back over a thousand years. Though not originally designed in Japan to save water, drought-friendl
Owen Jones: the Right are mocking Jeremy Corbyn because they fear him
If Jeremy Corbyn wins the Labour leadership, he will come under attack from the media establishment, the Tories and much of his own party. T
Slavoj Žižek on Greece: This is a chance for Europe to awaken
The Greeks are correct: Brussels' denial that this is an ideological question is ideology at its purest – and symptomatic of our whole polit
New theory claims Stonehenge was ancient meeting point for bellends
A stunning new theory proposes that Stonehenge was little more than a great place for annoying tossers to congregate.
Scientists show future events decide what happens in the past
Quantum physics is a weird world. It studies subatomic particles, which are the essential building blocks of reality. All matter, including
Hotel California to review check-out policy in light of Tripadvisor rati...
The advent of social media has given a voice to disgruntled guests, many of whom have been enforced residents in the hotel lobby for several
Researcher Solves Puzzle of Cracks in Mid-Century paintings - Smithsonia...
Who doesn’t love trying something new? In the mid-1900s a number of modern artists experimented with new types of commercial paint using it