1906 - 2000
'Bunny' Austin was a Wimbledon finals tennis player who worked closely with Frank Buchman.
Doë Howard (1911-2007)
Wimbledon tennis champion and wife of journalist and writer, Peter Howard.
Diabetes and the Turquoise Goddess
The Italian mountaineer, Marco Peruffo, was eight he was diagnosed with diabetes. 'At 15, I caught the bug of rock climbing'.
About my father Brian Boobbyer
Introduction to 'Like a Cork out of a Bottle', a collection of talks and reflections
An Unexpected Life
Intoductory chapter to 'Like a Cork out of a Bottle', a collection of talks and reflections
The Flying Norseman
How a form of travel and communication became one of the most popular sports in the world.
Henry Wilfrid 'Bunny' Austin (1906-2000)
In 1932 Austin was the first Englishman in 23 years to reach Wimbledon finals.
T.C. 'Dickie' Dodds (1919-2001)
Dodds opened the batting for Essex from 1946 to his retirement in 1959.
Chapter and Verse Conrad Hunte
Conrad Hunte talks about his favourite chapters and verses in the Bible and why
Up, up and Away!
Dr Bertrand Piccard, now preparing for his third attempt to fly around the world in a balloon, is a psychiatrist in Lausanne.
A Cricketer for the Oppressed
Sir Conrad Hunte, the West Indian international cricketer, given a state funeral.
Who Won the Tournament?
For two days the coach wrestled with this and then went to the authorities...
A Whole New Ball Game
One of the two opening batsmen for the Masters in Barbados is Conrad Hunte