Some people think it a very bad thing to have an opinion about anything. Blend in, don’t make too much noise, just be happy with what you know and do. I can’t do that. Gareth Cliff likes to shoot from the hip. Whether on air or judging a trembling Idols contestant, he’s always quick with a point of view. In Gareth Cliff on everything, Gareth throws caution to the wind and writes about all those subjects that make him glad, sad or simply mad.
Cows? The perfect steak-making machines. Tarts? Good to have around, even if there’s no conversation to be had. Our President? A bargain-bin, most-things-to-most-people, least offensive compromise. Nigella Lawson? She’s gotta go before there’s an orgasm on set. Ancestor worship? Outdated and primitive. Wine expo? A boring waste of time: can you imagine how devoid of meaning your life has to be before you decide to spend five hours with the most pretentious people on earth. Death? Hey, we’ve all got to go sometime! BEE? Next subject.
Children? No thanks. Only when I have my own. The British Empire? Sorry, it’s fallen. The Pope? You better read about it. Want to know more? Dip in to where Gareth takes on all comers with his brash, iconoclastic and pointed musings. It’ll engage, enrage and derange you all at once.