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

John Grisham: ‘Non-lawyers who write legal thrillers often get things so wrong’

John Grisham: ‘Non-lawyers who write legal thrillers often get things so wrong’

Ahead of his appearance at the Santa Fe Literary Festival, the bestselling author talks to me about the real-life moment that inspired ‘A Time to Kill’, why innocent people are still being locked up, and what aspiring thriller writers need to get right in chapter one. (The Independent) Continue reading

Ron Finley

Ron Finley

Speaking to Ron Finley about his garden in South Central Los Angeles, teaching his community how to grow fruit and vegetables for themselves and advocating for social change. (Us & Our Planet) Continue reading

Top dogs

Top dogs

Exploring the culinary history of New York on a tour of some of the city’s most enduring restaurants. (Good Place) Continue reading