Robbie Wojciechowski left standard education in search of a more engaging alternative. So instead of tangling himself in textbooks, he parades streets with placards, and sits down to drink with Islington’s coffee shop elite. He runs Folkroom Records, works as the Music Editor of Live Magazine, and blogs as The Flashpod.
ITV’s ‘The Exclusives’ sees 6 desperate young writers hit the offices of Bauer Media in an attempt to see who can humiliate themselves the most as they’re hurled into candid interviews with their idols. Robbie Wojciechowski can’t believe that the programme’s commissioners have stooped that low.
Take a step into Westminster square and what surrounds you are the buildings at the root of the failings of British Society. Buildings stained with the sweat of corruption, seeped in lies, and burnt egos. It’s 7pm, on the Thursday 17 May, and the square is empty, apart from a few paparazzi that stand outside the Westminster Methodist Hall, waiting for the entry of Hugh Grant, who is booked to speak at the Rally for Media Reform.