Adventure: Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo


A special treat for you now harking all the way back to 2010 when I found myself on the surprising end of an invitation to Budapest to watch cars with pricetags equal to that of my own house rag around the Hungaroring while being served free drinks. Read on to uncover the Hell. Oh andContinue reading “Adventure: Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo”

Lost in Translation


Now, I would never do anything that could be perceived as mocking one nation’s attempt to tackle our tongue; especially when their own language is to most of us as impenetrable as the Queen’s wotnot. Not that many of us would even attempt either. I speak of course, in general, of Chinese and, in particular, theContinue reading “Lost in Translation”

Hello! Is It Me You’re Looking For?


Apparently not, but that doesn’t appear to stop countless Google Gullivers, cast adrift on the sea on uncertainty that is the internet, persisting on washing up on the sandy shores of my blog, desperately seeking that one thing beyond their mortal reach – Lazy town porn. Yes, as a responsible cyber-clogger, I periodically like toContinue reading “Hello! Is It Me You’re Looking For?”

Pritchard Media Tour: Part One


It occurs to me that it’s been a while since I could be bothered to post anything, so to make up for this utter lack of blog faeces-giving, I thought I’d give an unprecedented insight into my world. Like opening the doors on Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory but with less chocolate and willy wonking, you’ve wonContinue reading “Pritchard Media Tour: Part One”

The Spying Game


Spies: love them or hate them, you probably don’t know any. And if you do and you’re not a spy yourself, the spy you know is a rubbish one. At least that’s how it used to be, from fake hapless fops in the courts of the kings through to poison-tipped umbrella wielders on Waterloo Bridge, spies wereContinue reading “The Spying Game”

The Death of Technology


After well over a decade working in and reporting on the subject, I think it’s fair to say that not only am I’m in a decent position to comment on the future of consumer technology, I should be considered a tech expert; if not some kind of tech god. And if there’s one thing thatContinue reading “The Death of Technology”

FROM THE ARCHIVE: Life of Pie


To celebrate British Pie Week we’re harking back all the way to the glory days of the final issue of SmartLife International (again), out a year ago this month, when myself and my then glamorous assistant and Deputy Editor Sam Corrigan set about pairing pies and fine wine. As you do. Sadly the Wills andContinue reading “FROM THE ARCHIVE: Life of Pie”