Director of The Graham Norton Show talks about his ‘other job’ – as a carer

Robert (front) and Steve before chronic fatigue syndrome struck.

Does anyone care about my new job -  as a carer?  What do you think when someone tells you they’re a ‘carer’?  Do you think ‘well you’re retired, you’ve got grey hair, and such a thing often happens at that time of life” (in other words ‘what do … [Read more...]

Race for Life was an emotional event for anyone affected by cancer – most of us!

Starting out...

At the weekend, my 12 year old daughter Georgia took part in her first ever fundraising event - the Swindon Race for Life to raise money for cancer research. She'd decided to do this only a short time ago after being inspired by a friend at … [Read more...]

Three poor excuses for not taking part in difficult interviews.

Today I want to talk about some of the things journalists are asked to when they approach organisations for an interview - particularly when that interview might be difficult. This might be a business which is facing some kind of legal action, … [Read more...]

GCSEs and A levels are easier…so let’s make them harder. Really?

Everyone should have a chance to shine.....

I always find this time of year frustrating when exam results come out for young people - results on which the future depends - or so it seems for those affected. For young people of 16 or 18, getting the 'right' results can feel like it's the only … [Read more...]

At a time of pride over the Olympics – we’re celebrating too!!! Find out why?

Excuses to avoid being interviewed are often not pretty

Today I feel hugely proud of our company, Mellow Media Ltd, as I have just attended a meeting which brought to a close three months' work on an amazing project. We have played an important part in running, developing and implementing a marketing … [Read more...]