Life always changes, and you always have the choice to change with it. An old photo can take you back to what feels like a previous lifetime, and show you how your current life compares.
Just occasionally, the universe speaks to you. Not every day. But occasionally, you have the chance to change everything.
My third pick of the podcasts that have meant the most to me in 2019 (so far!), featuring: Laurie Ruettimann; Rich Roll; Jeff Gordinier; Richard Herring; Tony Slattery; Joey Diaz; Andrew Schulz; RuPaul; Michelle Visage; Nile Rodgers; Leonard Maltin; Jessie Maltin; and Fred Willard.
Our “post-truth, post-shame” world needs the comedian’s ruthless clarity and respect for the audience. This post is inspired by wise words from Nitin Sawhney, Whitney Cummings, Matt Stoller and Sean Jones QC.
My pick of the five podcasts that have meant the most to me in 2018, featuring: Adam Buxton; RuPaul and Michelle Visage; Michael Rapaport; Cariad Lloyd’s Griefcast; and Tim Ferriss.
Some words on Griefcast live, in which Cariad Lloyd, Katherine Ryan and Emma Freud met at BFI London for an upbeat and cathartic podcast chat on death, mortality and the grieving process.
Life happens in the moment. Life is forever fresh. The point between this moment and the next is all there is. Keep in the game, and keep changing with the game. When RuPaul met Norman Lear Norman Lear turns 95 later this month (on Thursday 27 July 2017). In his time, there was no-one hotter […]
I am honoured to host the words of two wonderful women – Laurie Ruettimann and Leticia Sanchez de Garzón – on their experience of the Women’s March in Washington, DC on Saturday 21 January 2017. Watching from afar, last weekend’s Women’s March moved me to tears. It was a remarkable and powerful event, uniting hundreds […]
God in drag. Letting agency leeches. Echo chambers. Unexpected items. Gentle reader: I’m going to share here a selection of things that I’ve found interesting, thought-provoking or laugh-out-loud funny over the past week. To Google Earth one’s life Identity is never fixed. Life is singularly absurd. Happiness comes from without. Joy comes from within. There […]