Articles by: ed.curwen

Andy Murray’s Inner Game of Tennis

July 9, 2013 11:00 am3 comments
Andy Murray’s Inner Game of Tennis

The following article was originally published exactly one year before Andy Murray’s Wimbledon victory. An interesting comparison to the Murray of previous years to the now British champion. In 1974 Timothy Gallwey finished writing a book called The Inner Game of Tennis. Both publisher and author had limited expectations. They […]

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Who fixed it for Jim?

October 31, 2012 1:32 pm2 comments
Who fixed it for Jim?

Jimmy Savile was a prolific, high profile television personality, fundraiser and knight of the realm, celebrated and widely adored – if a little tongue in cheek – by millions. He was also, it seems, an abuser of underage girls. Jim fixed it alright and it seems like he fooled everyone. […]

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The Election of Francois Hollande – Looking Forward and Back

May 12, 2012 6:56 pm1 comment
The Election of Francois Hollande – Looking Forward and Back

Nicholas Sarkozy was subdued as he spoke to his supporters, the most prominent emotion here was relief, and for good reason. He had lost responsibility for a country where unemployment is at its highest in twelve years and the vulnerable state of the euro has been a source of constant […]

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