When journalist Mark met Brian Todd to co-ordinate the Action! record project in support of the West Midlands Childrens Hospice Trust, in 1985, little did they know where it would lead.Back to overview
... 2007 (though that could be regarded as 2005, if you dont count the eight-month gap when I was lured away to run Worcester Warriors media office in the then Guinness Rugby Premiership... sorry, Jude!). It was my former career as a newsman on the Second Citys Daily News that brought Brian and me together, in 1985, to organise the Action! record (you can still buy it on vinyl) project. I went on to other things, for a few more years. He created donorflex....
... makes every day different. It could be nurturing a prospective client through to the world of donorflex, organising a donorflex user event or managing the website.
Worcester Warriors, my four grandsons yes, I know, how can I look that young and be grandad to Luke, Tom, Jack and Max? and how Austin the Austins doing. Ive bored hundreds of people rigid rambling on about it. However, in case you dont know, its the 1958 Austin A35 that Im gradually restoring. It was registered on the day I was born. Fate brought us together.
... misplaced apostrophes, texting while walking, footballers who take a dive (it used to be a mans game there, Ive said it!).
My book Through Fire and Water, the story of the sinking of HMS Ardent in the Falklands War, was first published in 2002 and is still in print. So are two more recent books, 17: The death and life of Private Jason Burt (another Falklands story) and Sweet Turf and Sunday Mornings, a fly-on-the-ball homage to a real pub football team in my ancestral homeland, the Black Country.
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