Simon Napier-Bell is a music manager, composer, writer and author, most famous for managing Wham!, The Yardbirds and Marc Bolan, and for collaborating with the likes of Dusty Springfield and Burt Bacharach. He started out as a jazz musician before writing film scores, then branching into music and artist management with The Yardbirds. This career took him into the Eighties, where he managed the duo Wham! at the height of their fame. He’s written extensively too. His book and film, ’50 Years Legal’ is out now, charting half a decade since the change in the law around homosexuality.
Drawing together the key Christian understanding - that the nature of God is love, unconditional love - and the three great laws of nature that drive creation and evolution - gravity, light/energy and time - Gavin finds the bridge between science and faith.
Christians believe that humans are made in the image of God, and it is therefore only natural that we should explore, marvel at, and continue to unwrap God's technology ..
Campbell Macpherson is a writer, speaker and author, and founder of Change & Strategy International Ltd (www.changeandstrategy.com), experts in change management. His background ranges from the Australian military, via the aviation industry to renowned organisations such as Andersen Consulting, Virgin and one of the world's largest Sovereign Wealth Funds. He’s held positions in HR, strategy, marketing and now runs his own consultancy. His book about change management – The Change Catalyst – is out now.
Mike Indian, political commentator and author of the Groucho Tendency blog, discusses the legacy of the election and the Queen's Speech. Does Theresa May have the right to govern? What is likely to be the outcome?