Technology is increasingly manipulating our minds. What we think we want might not be what we actually need. And this is making us sick. So, what can we do about it? Take a look or listen to the podcast with my guest, Ian Douglas.
Until we claim the future with positivity and hope, the past will always be our stumbling block. The story of Robert Aske, The Royal Africa Company, profits from slavery, and how they funded the Haberdashers’ Aske’s schools.
A conversation with Professor Corinne Fowler of the University of Leicester, and Director of ‘Colonial Countryside: National Trust Houses Reinterpreted’
Pancakes with Orange and Pepper Yoghurt? Really?! Oh yes, and delicious for breakfast. I made a simple pancake batter, quite thin, as I prefer a French crepe style pancake. Once the pancakes were made, I took the juice of one blood orange and some of the outer rind, and mixed with yoghurt and a teaspoonContinue reading “Pancakes with Orange and Pepper Yoghurt”
The time is right to unravel the meaning of ‘home’ for our changing times. Why, and how?
For those left behind, death is not always final.
Art and creativity go beyond headlines. These human acts speak from the human soul far better than journalism ever can. And they present a challenge to museums and archives.
A creamy, comforting cheat of a Carbonara made with easy to get ingredients in super quick time.
Eggy bread, or French Toast, is a comfort food par excellence! There’s a reason why pretty much every food culture has a version of this satisfying breakfast/brunch dish. My taste memory includes three types of eggy bread – sweet, savoury and spicy – and we knew it as French Toast (if sweet), Eggy Bread (ifContinue reading “Masala Eggy Bread”
Athena Kugblenu. Where do I start? She’s worked with Nish Kumar, Frankie Boyle, Russell Howard and more, she writes 24/7 for EVERYONE, she guest presents BBC Radio 4’s Loose Ends, she’s running a very successful blog, she won the Felix Dexter Bursary for up and coming comedy writers, and she’s juggling all this while beingContinue reading “Athena Kugblenu”