Marshwood Vale Magazine is the excellent magazine that serves the border of Dorset, Devon and Somerset. Every month they feature a commissioned photo of a local person on the cover and accompanied by a take on their life story. This month I have the privilege. Thanks to Fergus and Victoria Byrne the editors and to Robin Mills the photographer and writer. http://www.marshwoodvale.com/people/2019/08/paul-lashmar/
This is great summary of the day’s events and it went far better than I, as one of the originators, would have dreamed. Roll on next year’s.
THVF 2019 Video
My first film for Granada TV’s World in Action series was on why women were being marginalised by the football authorities, clubs and many male fans. I spent some weeks hanging out with some heavy drinking Stockport fans who had very trenchant views of the place of women in football. There were a few signs of hope – we went to film the amazing AC Milan team. Nearly thirty years later determined women have persisted and now women’s football is being recognised for the force it is. The programme went out in January 1990 and was called, rather clumsily, Send for the Sisters. The producer was Stephen Clarke (why no women on the reporting side? Don’t ask!). I did a couple of articles off the back of the programme and here’s the Guardian one.
THVF article May
As seen in the June edition of Dorset Magazine dorsetmagazine.co.uk
My seventh and last as editor. Dinosaur theme is appropriate. Volume 139 2018 published February 2019