Inside Britain’s Secret Courts

Inside Britain’s Secret Courts

Investigatory Powers Tribunals are where you complain if you think the government is spying on you. They’re usually held behind closed doors but this year a few select public hearings have taken place, so I went to check one out. (Vice) Continue reading

The Transformer

The Transformer

Terry Notary is Hollywood’s go-to movement guru, instrumental in the creation of everything from Avatar’s Na’vi to The Call of the Wild’s dog. He tells me his chameleonic secrets. (Empire) Continue reading

Ozzy Osbourne: Iron Man

Ozzy Osbourne: Iron Man

Icons don’t come much bigger, bolder or defiantly rock’n’roll than Ozzy Osbourne. I meet him at his lavish Los Angeles estate to talk about the influence of Lemmy, Post Malone’s role in his new record ‘Ordinary Man’ and lots and lots of drugs. (NME) Continue reading

Green Day: Are We There Yet?

Green Day: Are We There Yet?

Green Day have spent three decades not giving a fuck – but what’s the key to their longevity? I join the band in their tiny Oakland rehearsal room to talk inspiring Billie Eilish, blistering new album ‘Father Of All Motherfuckers’ and maybe meeting Donald Trump. (NME) Continue reading

Lost in the Dust

Lost in the Dust

For one week every year, a city rises out of the desolate Nevada desert to host the greatest party the planet has ever produced: Burning Man. (Lonely Planet Traveller) Continue reading

That Fiji Feeling

That Fiji Feeling

92 per cent of Fijian islanders say they’re ‘happy’ or ‘very happy’ with their lives, making their home the most content country on Earth. I travel to the Pacific island chain to find out what their secret is. (Lonely Planet Traveller) Continue reading

The Hills Are Alive!

The Hills Are Alive!

2020 marks 55 years since the world was transported to an Austrian meadow to hear Julie Andrews sing ‘The Sound of Music’. In Salzburg the magic of the musical vies with the true history of the von Trapps. (Lonely Planet Traveller) Continue reading