Lawrence struggles to keep his attention. But rather than a hinderance, he’s turned it to his advantage in everyday life, and vitally in his job. From Bettakultcha York.
Jim Paterson looks at work and asks the fundamental question – Why? From Bettakultcha York.
Ed Cooke dissects the construction of a novel and talks about his love of a good story at Bettakultcha York.
David argues that what makes us human is our creativity and how it manifests itself. Who are we to argue?
To fit with James Christopher’s talk on Hammer Horror films and how they affected his life, we shot this video in Shake-a-rama. A lovely homage to the work of the Hammer Studios I’m sure you’ll agree.
English is the dominant language on the internet, but it just doesn’t have the breadth of words other languages have to describe those events which define a very particular experience.
Russell Norton goes through some of his favourite words at City Screen in York.