Michael Hayman Tag

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QUESTION TIME

Podcast host Michael Hayman recollects the conversations that have made him stop and think. This piece originally appeared in Country & Town House September/October 2021.     ‘Does anyone have any questions for my answers?’ These are the words often attributed to the legendary US diplomat Henry Kissinger who...

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TALES OF OUR TIME: FREEDOM IN NOT FITTING IN

There's a freedom in not fitting in, says Michael Hayman. This piece originally appeared in Country and Town House   A ‘musical weirdo’ is how Vice magazine described Beatie Wolfe. But if you listen to her music, or experience her groundbreaking work, it’s likely you might use words...

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TALES OF OUR TIME: Inspired by Bond, Michael Hayman tackles Operation Lockdown

This piece by Michael Hayman originally appeared in Country & Town House, August edition.  'Do you expect me to talk?’ ‘No Mr Bond, I expect you to die.’ So says Gert Fröbe’s Goldfinger to Sean Connery’s delicately placed Bond. In so doing he delivers the defining moment of the entire...

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Stand firm and carry on: Advice for what comes next

This piece by Michael Hayman originally appeared in City A.M, see here “If you’re going through hell, keep going.”  These words, often attributed to Britain’s then wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill, are emblematic of his call to never, never, never give up. Today, the world is living through...

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TALES OF OUR TIME: It’s definitely a dog’s life

This piece by Michael Hayman originally appeared in Country & Town House, April edition.  I mean, come on. When we look back at your career what would you rather be remembered as? A fat cat or a top dog? Thought so. Move over my furry feline friends. The future...

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Human ingenuity and working together will pull us through the coronavirus crisis

This piece by Michael Hayman originally appeared in City A.M, see here Last week, Bank of England governor Mark Carney gave his economic view of the possible consequences of coronavirus: he expects it to cause “disruption” and not “destruction”. In saying this, he follows the measured words...