Agency: Grey London
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Chief executive at Agency Republic when we were named Agency of the Year four times, managing partner at Work Club when we were named runner-up Agency of the Year in our first full year of trading.
TV. I've read about that on the internet.
None of them. In the 70s, newspapers were 80 per cent news, 20 per cent opinion; now it's the other way round and they're all hours/days behind the pace.
Now you're talking. It's literally a toss-up between Yachting World, Yachting Monthly and Razzle. If there was a Razzle World and Razzle Monthly I could do without the boat porn.
As a vegetarian, the obvious choice is www.hatsofmeat.com.
Muse's USB treasure hunt: six USB sticks hidden in six continents: Find them, merge the files, get the new song, win stuff. Willy Wonka 2.0.
Wally. Only Italians could build the sleekest yachts afloat and get away with that name. It's like building Bentleys and calling them Spunkers. Or really expensive fridges and calling them Smeg.
Trolley dashes at Matalan.
Mark Rylance. The best actor alive today. Fact.
I'm an enthusiastic celebrant but I can't compete with Rob Stapledon, Work Club's bank manager at Coutts, who does the splits for new clients.
Toddler-wrangling, making up excuses to go sailing, unfinished projec...
\"Now I've had the time of my life. No I never felt like this before. Yes I swear it's the truth, and I owe it all to you.\"
Known for his energy and positive attitude, this year he went exploring in the Antarctic on a Russian boat that cuts through ice. Perhaps this is symbolic of how Brooks' dogged determination never lets anything get in his way, especially when securing a client.
21 August 1967, Sevenoaks, UK.