Before, depressed with an eating disorder. Now, recovered caveman.
Re-blogging this cuz its from a guys perceptive!
I love seeing people all recovered and happy like yeah you kicked that illnesses ass you legend you rule ☺️
you go, caveman!!
Saturday, April 26 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm at MoCADA (80 Hanson Pl)
Cooking demo + book talk + book signing with Bryant Terry.
This is one of the most freeing statements I have seen in a while
love is not possession
again, love. Is. Not. Possession. (via verucadarling)
On the 20th January The Minister of Culture, Communications and Creative Industries – Ed Vaizey – called a special meeting to address a problem that we’ve been going on about for years: The lack of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people (BAME) working in television and the media.
A lot of the TVCollective regulars were there including our very own Pat Younge and Marcus Ryder as well as other major players with an interest in diversity issues from Danny Cohen – BBC Director of Television to Kwame Kwei Armah.
The meeting primarily came about due to the recent SkillSet Census figures that showed things were getting worse for BAME people in the media and the very public pronouncements over the last few months by Lenny Henry that diversity in TV needs to improve.
At the meeting Lenny Henry circulated his proposal as to how the industry could be radically overhauled and diversity increased. It quickly became known as the “Henry Paper”. We have been able to get our hands on that paper which we now publish below.
Is this the roadmap for changing the face of British television?