Face to Face 2012

In my day job I spend a lot of time interviewing people, but usually there’s not enough time to find out more about them. This year though I’ve had an amazing opportunity to do some much longer one-to-one interviews for an ITV Wales programme called Face to Face. You can watch each of the 13 … More Face to Face 2012

The Unusual Suspect

Paul Flynn’s autobiography the Unusual Suspect has already generated headlines and controversy and even an Early Day Motion. All good publicity I’m sure, but that doesn’t detract from the fact that it is, as you’d expect, a good read.  And away from the newsy bits, there are plenty of interesting titbits. For instance, I didn’t … More The Unusual Suspect

Race of a Lifetime

I’ve just finished reading this, known by the title GameChange in the US. It’s a great, gossipy guilty pleasure that reads like a racy novel. But given the response to certain key episode (for example Harry Reid’s apology over his ‘no negro dialect’ comments) I think we can accept that it’s largely authentic. Apparently based on … More Race of a Lifetime