Back to school? David Waters, journalist/counsellor

Over the next three weeks, we meet professionals who have established themselves in one field – only to enjoy success in another

15 Sep 2016

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The life and times of the King’s Cross news stand guy

It’s been there since 1914, and has withstood two world wars, the 7/7 bombings, and gentrification. Meet Andy Stephenson, who’s been at the helm for the last 23 years

08 Jun 2016

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Cerys Matthews: ‘It’s the best job in the world’

The musician and radio presenter on her BBC 6 show, her upcoming festival, and why she’s hosting next weekend’s Poetry & Lyrics event in King’s Cross

02 Jun 2016

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Life Tips: Clare Davidson, voice coach at the Poor School

‘ I think houses are like people. With my house, I know every creaky floorboard, every brick’

16 Oct 2015

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5 minutes with…Theodore Kyriakou, The Greek Larder

He originally studied to become a captain in the navy. We meet a chef with a long history in London restaurants

08 Sep 2015

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Ich Bin: Emma Hayley, founder Self Made Hero

‘I’m honoured to work with some incredible authors and artists’

19 Aug 2015

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Ich Bin: Isobel Colchester, CEO, Poet in the City

“If everyone tried to be more normal in their interactions, especially in business, life would be much easier.”

21 Apr 2015

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Public Speaking: Tom Beecroft, the Jaunty Flaneur

‘We offer a safe way into paid work – for people with little or nor formal education or experience’

17 Dec 2014

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Ich Bin: Meriel Armitage, burrito specialist

“Granary Square has such a nice vibe, it reminds me of the streetfood outdoor culture I enjoyed so much in Melbourne”

18 Nov 2014

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Ich Bin: Nasim Ali OBE, charity director

“I hate racists, sexists and homophobes”

13 Oct 2014

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