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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

TRADE UNIONIST – Manuel Cortes on international solidarity

Manuel Cortes, 49, was re-elected in December as General Secretary of the Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association for a second five year term which started in January...

GABY’S FINEST – Career in film and TV script writing

Gaby Chiappe, 53, is a screen writer and the daughter of William and Mary Chiappe. She was born on the Rock, but the family...

STEELY RESOLVE – of Alison Macmillan

From the Rock’s reluctant days of transposing EU Directives in the late ‘90s to the current complexities of Brexit, Foreign Office diplomat and Jane-of-all-trades...

World Cup Wonder: Hat-Trick Hurst

  This month we’ve nabbed you an interview with former West Ham and England legend Sir Geoffrey Hurst, best known for his cup final treble...

IBERIAN CONNECTION – Robert Capurro – from insurance broker to Canning...

Robert Capurro, 54, is the Chief Executive Officer of the Hispanic & Luso Brazilian Council, more popularly known as Canning House. He is the...

ON MY RETIREMENT – Emilio Acris

Emilio Acris attended the Sacred Heart Grammar School in his teens. Sensing he was thrown in with a slightly brainier lot he opted for...

DEPUTY GOVERNOR – Privileged lifestyle of diplomats

Nick Pyle, 56, who is married to Ros Day, has two sons and one daughter. Nick was awarded the MBE in 1999 and the...

Breakfast with Tasmin Griffith

The yummiest feature she’s personalised her show with is the ‘Guess My Sunday Brunch’ competition, on air shortly after 9.30am: she will list the...

Much More than a Radio Face – Stefan Borge

  Stefan Borge on curious news and charity work. A fresh and friendly voice bubbling with natural Yanito lilt without sounding vernacular, Stefan Borge is the...

Profile On A Political Animal

Much of the above, former minister with the Integration with Britain Party (IWBP) Joe Caruana tells me, is due to the fact of his...