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Sorted Issue 70

April 2019

In the latest issue we speak to Hollywood A-Lister, Chris Pratt, Sheridan Voysey on Caves and Crosswords, love and loss from Patrick Regan, what...

Great British Adventures Swimrun - With Pete Woodward

April 2019

In the next in the series of Great British Adventures, Pete Woodward heads to the English Lake District for a new style of amphibious...

The Sandbanks Festival

April 2019

Picture the scene; two days of fast-paced action as some of the world’s top polo players battle it out against a backdrop of some...

Caves and Crossroads - By Sheridan Voysey

April 2019

My hands are freezing. My trousers are soaked. The pelting rain sounds like popping corn under the hood of my raincoat. Droplets run along...

Leading from the Front - By Peter Wallace

April 2019

Over the past five years, Chris Pratt has gone from comedy sidekick to Hollywood heavyweight. His physique and career may have changed dramatically, but...

Living Life Out Loud - By Fiona Duerden

April 2019

One Man’s Story of Hope in all Circumstances In early 2003, a 16-year-old Lincolnshire lad was taken ill. Not for a moment thinking it was...

Better Together - by Simon Barrington

April 2019

How Different Generations Can Help Each Other Lead. An abridged extract from Leading – The Millennial Way CEOs to senior leaders, pastors to PCC members...

Learning to Say Goodbye - By Patrick Regan

April 2019

Over the last couple of years, I have experienced grief in various forms and through a series of “goodbyes”: London, a place I loved,...

In the Latest Issue

February 2019

In the our latest Issue 69, Love Speaks. We speak to Carl Wesley Anderson and learn about his life struggles and how he works...

Born to Blaze - By Sean Adams

February 2019

Like any homogenised man sprouting from the heart of Midwest America with a dream, Carl Wesley Anderson wanted to take the world and light...

DNA - Just An Illusion

February 2019

Fans of TV show Britain’s Got Talent may remember the 2017  mind-reading finalists DNA who impressed Simon Cowell, the man who notoriously hated magic...

Doctor at Sea - By Georgina Ainsworth

February 2019

A self-described “wandering wonderer”, Dr David Chong is passionate about surgery, the bigger meaning of life  and ensuring he stays real to who he...

Great British Adventures - By Pete Woodward

February 2019

In the first of a series of classic adventures in, around and from Great Britain, adventurer Pete Woodward cycles solo from Blighty to the...

Lenny Kravitz Rock of Ages - By Allison Kugel

February 2019

Lenny Kravitz on race, God and spreading love through music…   Twenty-nine years after releasing his debut album, Lenny Kravitz is still letting love rule, but...

Let’s Talk About Sex - By Ali Hull

February 2019

Emma Waring is a sex therapist, and often meets couples, in the course of her work, whose ignorance regarding sex both shocks and saddens...

Life Through a Lens

February 2019

A passion for capturing the human extremities of life has seen British photographer Tom Bradley banged up in a Congolese jail, stranded and sleeping...

Thomas Cochrane and the Dragon Throne - By Ali Hull

February 2019

Thomas Cochrane was on the run, fleeing the Boxer rebels who were killing men, women and children across China. They were murderously hostile to...

Sorted Issue 68

December 2018

In the our latest Issue 68, we speak to Michael Bublé about his return to stage and speak to Josh Senior and find out...

Pardoned - By Alex Willmott, Chief Features Writer

December 2018

On 26 April 1999, TV favourite Jill Dando was fatally shot outside her Fulham home in London. I was 15 years, and I remember feeling...

Michael W. Smith In Tune with the Realities of Success - By Peter Wooding

December 2018

With a career spanning more than three decades, platinum-selling singer/songwriter and musician, Michael W. Smith is no stranger to the radical highs and lows...

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