It began, 50 years ago, with “just pure good luck”.
A desire for change led Ian Graham to conclude that a life in academia wasn't for him.
Tony Jones cracks a joke and wonders whether regaling his backstory will make for the perfect antidote to insomnia.
John Achterberg calls it his ‘mad passion’ and then tells a story that backs up this colourful description.
There have been memes, T-shirts and millions of video views.
Andrew Powlesland is, proudly, a jack of all trades. "I think it's a good thing to have multiple skills and while I know the saying is 'master of none', I hope I have a few high-level competencies as well!"
Life has come full circle for Lee Richardson.
Sometimes honesty is the best policy for an emerging footballer.
Rob Jones has been there and done it.
“Small five v five, three v three games. Indoors, cordon it off, no referees. ‘There’s the ball, there’s the goal – go.’ Proper street footy, no instruction, no drills.”