by Matthew Steeples
Sarah Tucker recounts an interview with Sir David Frost I was once lucky enough to interview Sir David Frost. He was one of my interviewees for a show I devised for Sky called Who’s Been Sleeping in My Bed? Others in the series included Lord Menuhin and Anita Roddick.
Author Sarah Tucker shares her thoughts on the reaction to the death of Margaret Thatcher I can’t really remember much about when Maggie Thatcher was in power. I know my parents were full of praise for her because our country was almost third world when she became PM, strikes crippling industries, rubbish being left … Continue reading “Margaret Thatcher: Strong lady, weak men”
by Sarah Tucker
Sarah Tucker tries out Britain’s scariest new attraction 80mph, approximately a mile long, 700 foot above a mountain lake, under clear blue skies in Snowdonia: Today, I became Wonder Woman for 55 seconds.
Travel writer Sarah Tucker shares her views on Mother’s Day Happy Mother’s Day to all you wonderful women who have given birth to little gems. I feel a bit like a travel writer stating: “The people here are all very friendly” when I write that, because although it’s mostly true, it’s not always true. … Continue reading “The truth about Mother’s Day”
Sarah Tucker shares her experiences on a panel discussing the outcomes of Leveson Journalist and author Sarah Tucker was one of the panelists at a talk at the Richmond Literary Festival on Thursday evening. By chance, since it coincided with the publication of the Leveson Report, the panel’s discussion naturally focused on that. Here … Continue reading “The Media: Friend or foe?”
Sarah Tucker shares the latest of her “playground politics” experiences My son started at a new school a few weeks back. Five foot eleven, half of him at 13 he is now taller than me. He was a bit nervous, I cried in the car after I dropped him off and he refused … Continue reading “Playground victims”
by Sarah Tucker
Award winning journalist, presenter and novelist Sarah Tucker examines the mafia of the playground It’s getting worse. I wrote the (fictional) novel The Playground Mafia in 2006 and since then have had requests for interviews and emails from all over the world where men and women have got a hold of the book somehow and … Continue reading “Playground Mafia”