The INTERVIEWS

Spooky tree with moon in the sky

Exorcisms, Time Travel and Ghostly Goings On with Reverend Lionel Fanthorpe

For most of his adult life Reverend Lionel Fanthorpe has been delving into the great…

Parker Schnabel from Gold Rush

Star of Discovery’s Gold Rush Talks the Secret to his Success

It may sound like it has a hint of glamour, but gold mining is one…

David Bowie with a wolf on a leash

Award-Winning Photographer Markus Klinko Talks us Through His Unseen David Bowie Pictures

Extraordinary, never-before-seen images of the iconic musician David Bowie by award-winning celebrity and fashion photographer…

Rich coral growth, with a pair of exquiste butterflyfish (Chaetodon austriacus), flourishes beneath the barren desert cliffs in the Red Sea. Taken at sunset. Ras Katy, Sinai, Egypt. Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea.

The Life Aquatic: Marine Scientist Callum Roberts Talks About the Conservation of Coral Reefs

The unique marine ecosystems that are the ocean’s coral reefs are under threat like never…

Davinci Bombshell by artist Paul Karslake for Bank Robbery Exhibition

Artist Paul Karslake on His Banksy Inspired Exhibition

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so if street artist Banksy was…

Monster Croc Wrangler star Matt Wright

The Lowdown on Life as a Monster Croc Wrangler

Aussie Matt Wright is the star of National Geographic’s acclaimed television series ‘Monster Croc Wrangler’. A…

B & W pic of chef Valentine Warner

The World According to Nature Loving Food Saviour Valentine Warner

Many of our readers will know Valentine Warner as a chef who holds a deep-rooted…

Adam Weymouth paddling his canoe down the Yukon River

Answering the Call of the Wild: One Man’s Journey along the Yukon

The fabled Yukon River is almost 2,000 miles long, flowing through Canada and Alaska to…

AC Grayling leaning on an iron fece

If You Look at History, What You See is Ideologies, Either Political or Religious, What They Tend to Try to do is Close People Down

“One cannot step twice in the same river.” – Heraclitus The world is constantly changing, but…