One of the artist’s featured in last year’s Marshwood Vale Magazine Arts Awards exhibition, Fernando Velazquez talks to Katherine Locke. Fernanado Velaquez is keen to talk about his adopted homeland. Although he grew up in a small village near Seville, Read more »
Jon Ronson has been to the dentist and he is sitting in his Manhattan apartment, feeling rather sorry for himself. ‘It was only a clean’, he says, ‘but it was really painful’. The American dentist couldn’t believe her eyes, he Read more »
Brian Graham talks to Katherine Locke Brian Graham is an artist, an archaeologist, an anthropologist and a knight in shining armour. He is, of course, primarily a painter. His work delves into the ancient subconscious of human origins. At first Read more »
Peter and Sally Snelling, the brains behind multi-award winning film production company My Pockets, have already produced a diverse range of thought-provoking, inspiring and occasionally controversial films. Their ethos has ensured a stream of authentic and collaborative work which has Read more »
Guy Martin, one of the sculpture winners of the Marshwood Vale Magazine Arts Awards 2013, was brought up in a household where famous sculptors were regular visitors. He met Katherine Locke to talk about how he came to be blessed Read more »
Fairtrade, Organic, Dolphin Friendly, Rain Forest Alliance – these have all become familiar labels on our food, but back in the early Eighties, they were rare enough to be almost non-existent. It is thanks to the vision of a few Read more »
Josceline Dimbleby has an extraordinary life story. She has travelled all over the world and, drawing on her exceptional memory for people, food and places, has written a new memoir/cookery book entitled Orchards in the Oasis. As a diplomat’s stepdaughter, Read more »
Maf, a Maltese terrier, given as a present to Marilyn Monroe by Frank Sinatra became her constant companion for the last two years of her life. Katherine Locke talked to Andrew O’Hagen whose new novel looks at a fascinating moment in American culture through the dog’s eyes.