On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Paul O’Neill, racing driver, driving coach and commentator. Listen in as we learn about how his start in motorsport wasn’t as easy as many may think, how he approaches life and the work he does and his thoughts on some aspects of racing that everyone must work to preserve.Read More
Hello and welcome to Rear View, a regular podcast, where we get to chat to a wide variety of fascinating people who are connected to the motoring universe. We learn how they've ended up where they are. We learn what has drawn them in and keeps them connected to this corner of society we all love.
On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Maxine Morland, who is the Managing Editor at Car Design News. Listen in as we learn how a BMW 2002 daily driver started a passion for mechanised vehicles, whether car design reflects society, and the difficulties in picking a current favourite car when you have a fleet.Read More
On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Alie Tacq who is a commentator, caster and producer for Esports Racing at Forza Racing Championship. Listen in as we learn about the world of online racing, how much effort drivers put in to get to live Championship events and what he does to prepare to commentate.Read More
On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Andrew Bayliss who is a rally instructor and co-founder of Spinal Track. Listen in as we hear how he was always going to like cars and rallying, that he used a BMW Compact but amazingly not for drifting and what Spinal Track is all about.Read More
On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Vicky Parrott who is a writer, road tester and video presenter. Listen in as we learn how she was indoctrinated into loving cars from an early age, also we find out what is the best car to drive to a toilet in and which car has almost brought her to tears for all the right reasons. Added to that, because I’m rubbish at this interviewing lark I ask more questions after the QuickFire Questions.Read More
On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Justin Leighton, who is a photographer and film-maker. Listen in as we learn, with more than a tinge of jealousy, about how cars were special for him from almost the moment he was born. We also get to learn why photography is special for him, how he classifies himself and there is a call to action during the episodeRead More
On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Nick Bailey, the founder and owner of Elan PR, a boutique PR agency with clients ranging from racing drivers to Tier One supplier. Listen in as Nick explains how motorsport helped shape his life, from a young age, gloat (he doesn't really) about his car history and explain how to attract the attention of motoring journalists with tyres and infotainment systems.Read More
On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Chris Pollitt, the man behind the fabulous Not2Grand website.
Listen in as we learn how the obvious route into motor journalism is via land surveying, highlights of his "sensible number" of cars owned and my admiration for the steps he's taken with Not2Grand.Read More
On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Dr Matthew Channon, a Lecturer of Law at the University of Exeter. Matthew is particularly interested in autonomous vehicles, including the insurance implications. Listen in as we chat about some of the issues that need to be addressed on the road to an autonomous future.Read More
On this episode of Rear View, I am delighted to be joined by Richard Brunning, who is a racing driver, engineer and one half of Bad Obsession Motorsport.
Listen to us find out how wielding a spanner at a young age cemented Richard's interest in tinkering with cars, why they started Project Binky and why film it.Read More
For this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Roy Lanchester, a veteran of print media motoring journalism. He has written for such luminaries as Business Hotel, Fighting Dog and Canalling. Roy continues to share his expertise with us via publications such as Harrogate Herald, WhatKitchen, GlassFibre and the great WhatHandLuggage.
Listen in as we hear about Roy's history, his work ethic and his opinions on modern society.Read More
For this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Simon Browse, who is a restorer of vintage, classic and interesting cars. He also runs a wedding car hire company. Listen in as we find out how a Volvo 440 makes an ideal first car, how keeping stuff going and working is important and electric cars are really exciting.Read More
On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Jay Ward, Director of Ford Europe Product Communications. Listen to us discuss his career, run through the various criteria people look at a car and the "I" word!Read More
In this next instalment of Rear View on Tour, I am delighted to have the opportunity to chat with James Cameron, the CEO of Mission Motorsport. Listen in as we hear why he started Mission Motorsport, how he always gets the nightshifts in endurance racing and how this important charity helps those who need it.Read More
For the first episode of the Rear View on Tour episodes, I am delighted to be joined by Paul Cowland, who is a TV presenter, writer and garage owner amongst a myriad of automotive related roles. Listen in as we hear how he learnt not to be a pushy salesman, how modifying a car that should never be modified can work and how much he enjoys the TV stuff he does.
Paul on Twitter - @PaulCowland_
LandSpeed Automotive website - Landspeed's site
LandSpeed Automotive on Twitter - @LandSpeedGB
LandSpeed Automotive on Facebook - LandSpeed Automotive
LandSpeed Automotive on Instagram - @landspeed_automotive
Thank you to all at Mercedes-Benz Vans for helping the Rear View on Tour, erm tour, take place! Without their assistance, this short series would not have happened.
Listen to our review of the actual Vito used, that allowed this episode to occur by clicking this link here - Special Edition: Mercedes-Benz Vito Tourer.
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The conversation continues with Ian, getting to explore the projects that have been commisioned, what he would like to do and tips such as don't stab yourself in the leg before a big project.Read More
On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Ian Cook a fine artist who uses toy and remote controlled cars as paint brushes.
We get to chat about how he got started painting, people watching him in Wolverhampton and his introduction to the world of PR!Read More
For this episode, I am delighted to be able to talk to the author, speaker and advisor on issues around mobility, Lukas Neckermann. Listen in as we get to understand what mobility actually means, how there is a car guy helping people with the future and he shares my frustration at the uses the term mobility has been put to.Read More
On this episode, I have the pleasure to talk to Tom Callow, the Director of Communications and Strategy at Chargemaster Plc. Listen as we learn where his start in PR came from, how that introduced him to electrified vehicles and his regret in selling one car.Read More