Imagine a dystopian world in which I was asked to evaluate how plausible the premises in the first two series of Black Mirror were.
For some reason the New Statesman have allowed me to make a passionate defence of the work of some actor called Nicolas Cage.
An argument that, if we want to stop property developers ruining London, history tells us that we need to get drunk and appoint a fake Mayor.
I was very slightly involved in this bit of algorithmic art that’s been installed near Paddington – I did some proof-reading to make sure the algorithm didn’t accidentally say anything rude.
I delved into the history and the rules of Blue Plaques for CityMetric: read this if you want to ensure you get one of your own.
Is it possible to make railway station platform numbers interesting? I attempted it.
I reviewed Nic Cage’s latest film ‘The Trust’ in a special installment of Winning The Lottery With Nicolas Cage for Comedy Central’s internet website.
As performed at Waterstones Tottenham Court Road on 24th June 2016. Apologies that you can see quite a lot of my arse at the beginning.
Comic writer and journalist Ed Jefferson has read all the biographies of Nicolas Cage, so that you don’t have to. Filmed at the first Books Showoff on 24th June 2016 at Waterstone’s Tottenham Court Road. Books Showoff is part of the Science Showoff family of events http://www.scienceshowoff.org
Exploring the history of British royalty via boozers.