Moeen traces his journey from backyard cricket to the county game and his first-class debut as a teenager, through to his international debut at the relatively late age of 27 and the golden summer of 2017, when he was anointed Player of the Series against South Africa with thousands of England fans chanting his name.
Stephen Hawking’s final book was published earlier this week and reveals some fascinating theories raised by the late professor which may surprise some and upset others…Especially those who spend their Sunday mornings in church.
Peter Crouch is famed for being the much-loved everyman of English football and one of Britain’s funniest sporting icons. Towering at 6ft 7inches, he is prized for his down to earth and self-deprecating humour, having famously answered the question, “What would you be if you weren’t a footballer?” with the one liner: “A virgin”.
‘Black women in 2018 are well past making waves – we’re currently creating something of a tsunami. From authors to politicians, to entrepreneurs to artists, black women in the UK continue to thrive well outside of the world’s expectations. Women who look like us, grew up in similar places to us, talk like us, are shaping almost every societal sector, from the bottom and, finally, from all the way up at the top.’
This holiday season we are running a pretty impressive competition which will give one lucky winner a late Christmas present worth over £200.
Known for discovering the real culinary magic that a country has to offer, in his latest book, John Gregory-Smith uncovers the secrets of the Moroccan kitchen. From home-cooked stews to sensational seafood, John reveals little-known Moroccan dishes and gives them his pared back, modern spin.
In WHAT I SEE, Brooklyn Beckham has curated a collection of his unique and contemporary photos to publish for the first time. His first book consists of over 300 photos, divided into chapters which each tell a story: from a family holiday in Iceland; to a day at Coney Island; to every day snapshots. Many of the images have not been seen before. They are accompanied by an introduction and captions by Brooklyn. Authentic and stylish, WHAT I SEE is a glimpse behind the lens.
Nwankwo Kanu won the Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League and UEFA Cup. As captain of Nigeria he became an Olympic Gold medallist and twice won African Player of the Year. Kanu is a member of the Invincibles: the Arsenal side that finished the 2003-04 season undefeated. He famously scored a hat-trick in fifteen minutes against Chelsea to turn a 2–0 deficit into a 3–2 victory.