Writing

Music

19/09/16 Dizzee Rascal, Hastings Pier, Friday, September 19
07/09/16 Slaves, Green Door Store, Trafalgar Arches, Brighton, Tuesday, September 6
30/08/16 Kiran Leonard, Patterns, Marine Parade, Brighton, Tuesday August 23
22/08/16 At The Edge of the Sea, Concorde 2, Brighton, Saturday, August 20
05/08/16 Chameleons Vox, The Haunt, Pool Valley, Brighton, Friday, July 29
15/06/16 Television, De La Warr Pavilion, Marina, Bexhill, Tuesday, June 14
08/06/16 Yak, Patterns, Marine Parade, Brighton, Tuesday, June 7
23/03/16 Lubomyr Melnyk – Live – Komedia, 15/3/2016
09/11/15 Bob Dylan live – Royal Albert Hall, 23/10/2015

Football

29/04/17 Why history tells us promotion back to League One won’t be easy
15/09/16 Coventry’s on-pitch woes shine light on off-field turmoil
03/08/16 The Two Unfortunates: A club-by-club league 1 preview 2016-17
17/06/16 Supporting Coventry from afar is bound up with emotion and nostalgia
06/04/16 Bassala Sambou’s decision to reject Coventry City doesn’t demonstrate a lack of ambition – it’s a product of the modern game
23/03/16 Newcastle have a ‘mini Aguero’ on their hands – what should we do with him?
19/02/16 Getting harder for clubs like Coventry City to enjoy fruits of Academy
04/02/16 Maddison: the kid who loves to play
15/01/16 Coventry adjust to promotion race as leaders Burton visit
27/11/15 Coventry should heed lessons of history and not take their league position for granted
08/10/15 Adam Armstrong gets headlines but it’s Sam Ricketts who holds Sky Blues together
11/09/15 Cautious optimism at Coventry City as Sky Blues look to have turned the corner
31/08/15 Injuries and video games unsettle Coventry’s good start
20/08/15 A Coventry City dream come true: walking in a Tony Mowbray wonderland
05/08/15 The Two Unfortunates: A club-by-club league 1 preview 2015-16
21/05/15 Tony Mowbray appointment brings rare feeling of optimism for Coventry City fans
01/05/15 Coventry City relegation battle: ‘Forget form, forget potential and forget who is a big club and who’s not’
17/03/15 Singing the Sky Blues
26/02/15 Pressley made too many mistakes in tough Coventry job
23/12/14 Transfer window vital for Steven Pressley as Coventry City discover solidity at the back
15/12/14 Banning football fans from drinking alcohol in sight of the pitch is unfair
27/11/14 Wasps ‘pulling the strings’ over Pressley’s Sky Blues
28/11/14 Why supporting Coventry City is an emotional investment
20/10/14 Lack of leaders on the pitch is hindering Coventry City’s progress on it
09/10/14 Coventry City left dangling by Wasps takeover of the Ricoh Arena
19/09/14 Supporting Coventry City: An Emotional Investment
11/09/14 Coventry City owners can’t waste the hope they’ve given fans by Ricoh Arena return
21/07/14 Nuneaton Town’s ‘Careless and Needlessly Antagonistic’ Tweet Leaves a Sour Taste in the Mouth for Sky Blues Supporters
07/07/14 Jamaican Football’s Finest Moment – World Cup 1998
06/07/14 Coventry Fans’ Misery as Owners Run out of Options
08/04/14 Coventry City Face Up to Another Year in the Third Tier
06/03/14 Endurance Idahor 1984 – 2010
26/01/14 While We Sing Together: An Antidote to Apathy
13/01/14 Erik Jongbloed 1963 – 1984
02/01/14 BBC Coventry & Warwickshire radio interview: The Psychology of Steven Pressley
20/11/13 From Coventry to Cardiff to Manchester City, Fans are being Exploited. Enough’s Enough?
11/11/13 Long Live Steven Pressley
22/10/13 Coventry in Better State on the Pitch than off it
17/10/13 Alcohol and Football: It’s Time to let Football Fans Enjoy a Drink
17/09/13 Re-evaulation and a Changing Landscape
16/08/13 The Shadow of Gus Poyet Hangs Over the Albion
12/08/13 The Shadow of Gus Poyet Hangs Over Brighton
06/08/13 Sky Blues set for Sixfields (We Are Going Up podcast appearance)
05/08/13 Coventry City set for a Season of Struggle
02/07/13 Coventry City Edge Closer and Closer to the Abyss
24/05/13 Grey Skies and Silver Linings at Coventry City
02/05/13 Barnet Drop out of the Football League and into the Unknown
18/04/13 Football Violence, Thatcherism and the Media

Other

26/11/15 George Orwell hailed Heaton author as ‘voice of the working class’

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