Gallery

A collection of people, places, events and moments in time.

Tribal love is true inspiration.
Drystone Radio, The Writers Bookshelf broadcasting from Keighley Library. Here I am interviewing Persian poet, Samar Shadad.
Coffee and talk of podcasts with Heath Common and Dr Simon Warner.
Catching up with Ursula Holden Gill at Settle Stories.
A great day at Bradford Library, Centenary Square, with the brilliant Irene Lofthouse.
Good times with the queen of romance, Milly Johnson.
The warmest welcome and the best bhajis in Birmingham when The Travelling Bookshelf paid a visit.
Superb day out in York at The Romantic Novelists` bash.
The early days of broadcasting.

Priceless memories at Whitby Goth Fest.
Halloween fun with good friends at Gingerlicious Nights Open Mic.
Hooray for Hats! Celebrating National Poetry Day with Dionne Hood.

Irene Lofthouse at the Open Mic.
A good friend indeed, Heath Common, headlining my first open mic night.
The Cobbydale Quills pen their first anthology, Winter Tales.
Bradford`s Sharena Lee Satti.
Strawberries are on the menu with the delightful D G Torrens.

Live broadcast at Silsden Christmas Market.
Lowerfields School, Bradford.

Writing workshop in Todmorden.
The Godfather of poetry and true legend, Nick Toczek performs in Silsden.
All the way from the USA.
Writing workshop in Silsden.
Owls in Silsden, the inspiration for the second anthology of short stories.
Budding authors at the studio.
My very first guest on The Writers Bookshelf and old school mate, Rob Grillo.
Peter Haney, a good friend and sadly missed.
Great lady, wonderful poet, Salem`s very own Kathleen Strafford.
The lovely Lynda Stacey at York.
Merry Christmas.
A warm welcome in sunny South Shields with Elaine Chissick.
Good laughs at the Drystone Radio studio with Oliver Wilkinson.
On the big screen at Bradford`s Centenary Square.
At Bradford library with Debbie Tattersall.
My very first guest on The Travelling Bookshelf, Samar Shadad.
It`s always a warm welcome in Doncaster.
Raising a glass!
Inside the studio.
Open Mic, Leeds.
The early days.
Interviewing Ian Clayton at Keighley Library.
Travelling to Doncaster with the Storm troopers!
Always raise a glass.
Keep your balance.
Never lose your head.
Celebrating National Poetry Day.
Full steam ahead!
On stage with Mark Kelk.
Open Mic, Haworth.
Laughs at the studio.
More laughs.
The swiftest messenger.
Sound proofed!
Get ahead, get a hat.
New book here!
Top lads in Manchester

At York Guildhall with Jessie Summerhayes
The unstoppable Mike Harding at Settle Folk Festival
The Writers Bookshelf on tour