Posts Tagged ‘New York’

London Calling

23May18

In the latest episode of my show for America: Is the world getting worse? Stuff we can’t live without but never use. The Ikea closet catastrophe. Etiquette on planes. The breast cancer IT debacle. A school trip to New York. Militant cyclists. Frustration in the supermarket. Sharks prefer jazz, Steve’s dog likes blues. The Bank […]


London Calling

13Mar18

In the latest episode of my show for America, part 2 of my chat with British satirist Tony Hendra. He lives in New York and talks about alcohol, his amazing life and work, which touches Monty Python, Saturday Night Live, George Carlin and beyond. He explains how he discovered John Belushi and Chevy Chase and […]


Flight Risk

20Jun14

“You had ONE JOB!” Is what Julie said to me when she came home from work and I told her what I’d done. Twenty-four hours before our flight to New York, I was the one who had to check us in online. Julie was working at the time the online check-in opened, so it meant […]


When you’ve just spent twenty five hours squashed into an economy class seat and a few more hours in airports changing planes between Sydney and New York via Auckland, Honolulu and Los Angeles, the thing you look forward to the most is a nice hotel room and a comfortable bed. Unfortunately, that’s not what we […]