His culinary brand has redefined rustic cooking in the UK, and his name is synonymous with ecological activism at the very highest echelons of public power, but Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is proud to say he’s never forgotten his roots. In the world of gourmet dining and culinary celebrity, it is oftenContinue Reading

Few things bring out the big kid in us like cars do – or are capable of igniting a life-long passion…   All photos: Andrew Green @picturecorner

Comedian Bill Bailey has been a permanent fixture on our TV screens and stages for the best part of two decades, performing stand-up, presenting documentaries, writing and starring in hit shows and appearing as a regular panelist on some of the nation’s favourite comedy instalments. He spoke to Calibre magazineContinue Reading

During a career spanning nearly five decades, John Sergeant has been at the forefront of mainstream media-reporting, writing, and even dancing. Calibre: Based on your recent output, have you always had a yearning for travel and adventure? “That was certainly one of the reasons why I didn’t become an actorContinue Reading

CALIBRE sits down for an intimate conversation with Brian Blessed to talk about his past, his present, and his future hopes for mankind  Calibre: Would you appear in Doctor Who again, if the chance arose?
 “Oh yes, I would love to play the Doctor, absolutely! A few years ago IContinue Reading

CALIBRE talks to Sir Tony Robinson about bringing back Baldrick and Blackadder, working on Time Team, his dreams of rock stardom and potential for Bond villainy Calibre: Was the experience of writing you new autobiography cathartic? “Yes, but I wasn’t nearly as aware of the emotions I was going throughContinue Reading

CALIBRE sits down with the King of Punk himself, John Lydon Calibre: What do you believe is the most punk thing you have ever done? “Fucking butter! Without a doubt!” says Mr Lydon, leaning back with a laugh. “What an insane thing that was to ask us – I mean itContinue Reading