Sport People on TV: Mark Nicholas

Oh yes, maximum! This week we settle in with Hampshire's finest, Mark Charles Jefford Nicholas. Face value Gives the impression of having been a very Dapper Dan in his pomp. In truth, he’s probably just grown into an age that suits him ‒ and that age is 59, which doesn't seem right. Rarely caught in anything … Continue reading Sport People on TV: Mark Nicholas

Kristofer Rodriguez Svonuson: “I don’t want to have things figured out”

Protagonists is a series of interviews about life, identity, and pursuing passions... Iceland is a place that leaves you frustratingly short of superlatives. You could write a separate ode to every inch of it. The first thing that hits you is the landscape. The second - an altogether different kind of discovery - is that … Continue reading Kristofer Rodriguez Svonuson: “I don’t want to have things figured out”

Cliewe Juritza: “I wanted to buy a skateboard…a Stasi man took me for an interrogation”

Protagonists is a series of interviews about life, identity, and pursuing passions… With a social scene and population in persistent flux, Berlin always offers something different. But, however rapid its evolution, elephants remain in the room - the Wall perhaps the most obtrusive. As an expat idiot living in Berlin, I was assigned plenty of recommended … Continue reading Cliewe Juritza: “I wanted to buy a skateboard…a Stasi man took me for an interrogation”

James McInnes: “The tightest limitations produce the most creativity”

Protagonists is a series of interviews about life, identity, and pursuing passions… Recent weeks have seen the battle lines drawn – and traced over in heavy black marker –between the guardians of Sydney's nightlife and those who would see it strangled for the sake of corporate interests. It's creatives versus casinos. And the 15,000 strong crowd … Continue reading James McInnes: “The tightest limitations produce the most creativity”

Cat Hunter: “We shouldn’t need to say female. We should just say musicians.”

Protagonists is a series of interviews about life, identity, and pursuing passions… Cat Hunter is just about the most good natured person you'll meet. Altruistic, but with the passion and drive for it to mean something, she's heavily involved in helping reconnect isolated groups in society such as the homeless and the elderly. As a drummer, she's … Continue reading Cat Hunter: “We shouldn’t need to say female. We should just say musicians.”

People Movers: the politics running the asylum

Imagine you're being chased. Someone's trying to kill you. They're trying to kill your family too – what's left of it. You're not just running from one person. It's an entire extremist group that controls the region. Or military regime that runs the country. You hear from a friend of a friend there's a way out. … Continue reading People Movers: the politics running the asylum