Last Night with Tchaikovsky at The Royal Festival Hall

Last Night with Tchaikovsky at The Royal Festival Hall
The evening of the 6th of April will forever be imprinted on my mind. Taking a taxi to The Royal Festival Hall the peach rays of spring sunset painted Buckingham Palace and Big Ben. I fell in love with London all over again. We took our seats in The Royal Festival Hall to watch  the...

Religion Segment: The Baha’i

Religion Segment: The Baha’i
The religion segment pieces will be centred on what I encounter on my journey of discovering religions in London. As part of series 12 I will be both presenting and co-producing our Religion Special. It has been, thus far, an enlightening experience, and I hope to share through my articles what I have learned with...

Ronnie Scott’s: An Evening with Mary Bevan and Daisy Bevan

Ronnie Scott’s: An Evening with Mary Bevan and Daisy Bevan
Ronnie Scott’s, known in London as the musical place to be if you are in need of transporting yourself from the mundane songs of Justin Bieber in order to appreciate real music. By real I mean talent. By real I mean enchantment; what music should do. Music should take its listener to another dimension; a portal of expression,...

Political Correctness equals Political Incorrectness

Political Correctness equals Political Incorrectness
What was initially a hilarious clip of Robert Kelly being interviewed by the BBC whilst his frivolous young children sauntered into the room unawares has now, as everything seems to in our increasingly Orwellian dystopian society, become a political piece on the outrageous issues of feminism and racism. It is not only irritating but ridiculous...

Women’s needs are finally ‘Met’

Women’s needs are finally ‘Met’
It was announced yesterday that Cressida Dick, formally anti-terror chief, has been made the new head of Scotland Yard. Dick has imprinted her name in history as the first woman to head the force since its beginnings an overwhelming 188 years ago. This is a great feat for both the Metropolitan police force, Cressida Dick...

‘I’m fat and I don’t care!’

‘I’m fat and I don’t care!’
Controversy, as ever, surrounds our beloved NHS. Not only is our National Health Service struggling under the sheer weight of incoming patients but now is being forced to overcome its own weight in the form of its workers. Steve Miller, famous for his openly critical motivational weight-loss jargon in such series as ‘Fat Families,’ has...

Bankers Boozy Ban

Bankers Boozy Ban
Shock horror! The bankers of London will no longer be parading the bars in the square mile during their lunch breaks and guzzling down countless bottles of wine during their day shifts. Oh how tragic. The news was revealed yesterday after Lloyd’s has implemented a rule that its staff cannot drink between the hours of...

Let’s let John Ber-Cow Moo

Let’s let John Ber-Cow Moo
Poor John Bercow. It has been, to say the least, a rather traumatic week for the Commons speaker. In his role in the house of commons John Bercow is supposed to be silent; a balanced and impartial figure in the fiery chasm of political dispute. Yet, as the heat of the fires surged, John Bercow had...