John Nicholson in conversation with Alan Tyers
Healthy Eating: Myth or Magic?
13:30 – 14:30
Join John for an irreverent hour and be prepared to change your mind and about food and your current eating habits!
John Nicholson, born in Hull, is proud to have never had a salaried job in his first 50 years of his life and to be a Middlesbrough FC supporter. His big passion has always been rock music. A football writer since 2000, in 2010 he wrote We Ate All The Pies - How Football Swallowed Britain Whole - a typically personal evocation of how football became the countries' all-consuming favourite sport, rich with intimate anecdote, rock n roll and his trademark passion and lust for life. It was Long Listed for The William Hill Sports Book of the Year. His new book The Meat Fix - How A Lifetime of Health Eating Nearly Killed Me! is published in 2012.
Alan Tyers is a journalist who writes about sport for the Daily Telegraph and an author of comedy and spoof books. His recent books have included Gin And Juice - The Victorian Guide To Parenting and I Kick Therefore I Am, the ghost-written biography of philosophising football legend Ronnie Matthews. Who Moved My Stilton? The Victorian Guide To Management will be released this Winter.