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The Dream That’s Lasted A Decade

October 2017

To celebrate Sorted magazine’s tenth birthday, editor and founder Steve Legg chatted with columnist and sci-fi author Alex Willmott about the journey so far. As...

The Inside Man ~ by Hugh Southon

October 2017

John Lord was a villain through and through. He was addicted to drugs from an early age and was considered a menace to society. Not...

Toy Story ~ by Steve Legg

October 2017

Sorted editor Steve Legg headed to Little Chalfont to speak to Gary Grant, the founder and managing director of The Entertainer, the UK’s largest independent...

Relationship Nurtures the Belief Change is Possible – 21 Years of XLP ~ by Patrick Regan OBE

October 2017

The phone rang back in 1996. My vicar called to tell me that there had been a stabbing in the playground at a local...

Walter's War ~ by Ali Hull

October 2017

Each November, a smaller and smaller number of men and women who fought in the Second World War are there at the Cenotaph, marching...

Sorted Issue 60

August 2017

Orlando Bloom is back! In this issue we get to know a bit more about Care for the Family and what life could be...

An Umbrian Adventure - by Becky Gorman

August 2017

  I must admit, when I was asked if I’d like to go on a trip to Umbria to review a luxury adventure holiday, my...

In Bloom Orlando is back - by Lily Lawson

August 2017

  Orlando Bloom is noticeably affable and open throughout our chat today. In a simple dark T-shirt and jeans, his sallow warm complexion gives the...

Movie locations you want to explore - by James Barrass-Banks

August 2017

Ever watched a film and thought, that looks like a cool place to visit? Why don’t you? We took a look at five famous...

A Nearly Infallible History of the Reformation - by Nick Page

August 2017

On the desk in front of me is a Playmobil® figure of Martin Luther. I don’t think it’s an exact replica, I mean, apart...

On Skis across the Finnmarksvidda - by Corinna Leenen

August 2017

  We spend the night on the frozen expanse of Lake Lesjavri. The Northern Lights build up in an arch above our tent and we...

Dancing with Dragons - by David Hawthorn

August 2017

Dragons’ Den, car-crash TV for the more discerning BBC2 audience I must have watched dozens of episodes of the popular BBC television series Dragons’ Den....

Care for the Family

August 2017

Strength for today... bright hope for tomorrow It’s 7.28 p.m. on a Wednesday evening; just two minutes to go until it starts. A few last...

Impossible is a Dare - by Elizabeth Neep

August 2017

Five years is a long time. It was for William. That’s at least as long as he was locked into a cycle of exploitation,...

Sorted Issue 59

June 2017

Getting to know a bit more about legend Dwayne Johnson, Guvna B and digging into what really lies behind the art of persuasion. All this: And Gadgets, Entertainment, Motoring,...

Beach Body Ready

June 2017

Your holiday is booked and the countdown is on for your time away in the sun and on the beach. You’re imagining yourself as James...

Is persuasion really pot luck?

June 2017

When the London team went into the Olympic bid pitch, seven years before London 2012 began, they weren’t expecting to win the Olympics. According...

Mountain Madness - By Corinna Leenen 

June 2017

Mad – that’s the typical adjective most people choose when I tell them about my new expedition. They will listen for a while but...

Incredible Journey - Being ‘kidnapped’ in Egypt

June 2017

 “What’s happening?” Steve whispered to me. “They’re deciding whether or not to let us go.” “Do you think they will?” “No,” I said, and when I saw...

Between the Rock and a Hard Place - By Jake Taylor

June 2017

  It takes a certain level of faith to get through the pain of seeing your sporting dreams slip from your grasp, only to reinvent...

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