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The Road to Westminster

June 2016

Alan Mak MP, one of Parliament’s newest faces, describes his journey from his parents’ shop to the House of Commons, and the role of...

Most wanted

June 2016

By Samantha Rea Cody Huff took marijuana at the age of 12 and spent 40 years of his life selling and using drugs, including heroin...

Chasing the Great White

June 2016

On skis through the Hardangervidda By Corinna Leenen Setting the scene Outside the tent lies the Hardangervidda plateau – miles and miles of desolate snow-covered tundra. We...

Banking for the Kingdom

June 2016

Banks don’t always have a good reputation. They have been seen as greedy organisations that are sometimes accused of mis-selling products. So, isn’t it...

Britain's next tennis star

June 2016

Great Britain’s first victory in the Davis Cup (men’s team tennis) for 79 years was without question one of the sporting highlights of 2015....

God Speed

June 2016

He is the working class lad from Stevenage who rose through the racing ranks to become Formula One World Champion three times (and counting) but...

The Secret of Inner Strength

June 2016

Resilience has become a big think of late, with researchers exploring what helps us bounce back after physical, emotional or spiritual trauma. After facing...

Running for Fun

June 2016

The Men’s 100 metres in Rio is one eagerly awaited race. The 2015 World Championship Final set the scene beautifully. That race was portrayed...

Peake of perfection for British space hero

April 2016

By Clive Simpson Helicopter test pilot Major Tim Peake was always used to living life on the edge. But it took on a whole new...

Life-saving choices for South Sudan

April 2016

By Peter Wooding Imagine if your home was bombed and you suddenly had to flee for your life with your family. How would you feel?...

Bieber the believer

April 2016

By Fergus Ewbank While Justin Bieber’s teenage troubles have made headlines, less so have his strong, committed religious beliefs. It turns out the maturing pop...

A crew that changes lives

April 2016

Considering that one in four of us is close to a person with a disability, it is amazing that there is still that element...

Risen - Joseph Fiennes

April 2016

By Ella Timms British leading man Joseph Fiennes made Gwyneth Paltrow and Cate Blanchett’s hearts flutter in his roles in Shakespeare in Love and Elizabeth...

So much from so little

April 2016

Exclusive feature for Sorted magazine. Fortunes in business. First, he established and built the Lind motor business, which became one of the UK’s larger and...

Caving, potholing, spelunking

April 2016

By Corinna Leenen Why caves are more than dark and muddy holes – the appeal of underground places. Winter, fading light and snow on the ground....

The Rocky road to redemption

February 2016

By Shaun Curran At 69 years old, Sylvester Stallone has enjoyed a remarkable 40-year career at the top as Hollywood’s iconic all-action leading man. But...

This sporting life

February 2016

By Ollie Baines   You’ve gone from Blue Peter to Sky Sports. Why the change? Well, first and foremost, children’s television and, in particular, Blue Peter is...

You won’t like me when I’m angry 

February 2016

Patrick Regan OBE (Founder and CEO of XLP) About seven years ago it seemed a lot of things in my life started to go wrong....

From pop star to pig farmer

February 2016

As a youngster, Jonathan Benjamin Gill – best known as J.B. – was torn between becoming a musician and a rugby player. Little did...

Climbing the highest peak in Europe

February 2016

From the Scottish Monros to the icy slopes of Russia’s Mt Ebrus, Jamie Annetts talks about his enduring love of mountains.   One of the many...

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