with Steven Broach, Campaign Manager – Every Disabled Child Matters
What’s your first memory?
Being pushed in a pushchair round Brockwell Park in South London
What three words best describe you?
committed, opinionated and busy might be about right
What’s been your best job?
This one – managing the Every Disabled Child Matters campaign
If you were stuck on a desert island and you could take one person and one object who and what would they be?
My ipod (with some form of solar charger) and my girlfriend
Who inspires you and why?
The disabled people and parents I work with, for their passion to make the world a better place
Where is your favourite place?
Lambs Conduit Street
Which celebrity would you want to play you in a film?
Ewan McGregor, because in case there’s any nude scenes he’s got the best bum
What was the last CD you bought?
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
What are you reading?
Peter Ackroyd’s History of London and Helena Kennedy QC’s Just Law
What’s your favourite film?
The Big Lebowski. Every moment is sheer genius.
Big Brother – treat or trash?
Pets – yes or no?
Yes, but really only cats
If you were on Death Row, what would be your final meal?
Fish and chips. Particularly if I could move death row to the seaside…