Pagan ritual: riding Alton Towers’ new Wicker Man rollercoaster

Wicker Man at Alton Towers – it plunges through fire! – is the UK’s first wooden rollercoaster for 20 years, so our writer has a burning desire to try it out. Julian Worker has written a number of travel books including Travels through History : France Travels through History – The Balkans: Journeys in theContinue reading “Pagan ritual: riding Alton Towers’ new Wicker Man rollercoaster”

Take the kids to … Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre, Devon

A spooky classic ghost train, a coconut shy and wobbly mirrors all add up to good old-fashioned fairground fun at this charming attraction near Dartmoor

Club culture: a guide to Bristol’s nightlife – by Shanti Celeste

Bristol likes to party and DJ Shanti Celeste knows the best places to get your groove on. As the Red Bull Music Academy continues its UK tour of top clubbing cities, she gives us the lowdown on the West Country’s party capital

Carbon-based life forms

The following is taken from my humourous book entitled The Rhetorical Musketeers and other stories. All human beings are carbon-based life forms so how is it then that we are all so different? Why are some people left-handed and others right-handed for example? Why are people either scientific left-brain thinkers or creative right-brain thinkers? WhereContinue reading “Carbon-based life forms”