Chas Newkey-Burden

Chas Newkey-Burden is a British journalist and author. His books include The Reduced History of Britain, Great Email Disasters and Not In My Name: A Compendium Of Modern Hypocrisy (co-written with Julie Burchill). He has also written unauthorised biographies of Simon Cowell, Paris Hilton, Amy Winehouse, Alexandra Burke and six official publications for Arsenal football club.He has written for publications including The Guardian, Four Four Two, Total Football, Time Out, Attitude and The Big Issue; and internet sites including Ynetnews, The First Post and Guardian Blogs. A former Contributing Editor to Loaded magazine and former editor of the football website, where he was also Dennis Bergkamp's official biographer. Interviewees include David Beckham, Ricky Gervais, Frank Lampard, Rachel Stevens and James Bourne.Newkey-Burden has discussed his books, football news and the Middle East on TV and radio shows including Sky News, CNN, BBC Breakfast News, The Today Programme on Radio 4, Five Live Breakfast, TalkSport, Capital Gold and BBC Radio London. He was featured on the BBC 2 documentary Cold War Kids, the Sky One show Celebrities On Heat and The Biography Channel and Fuse Television's documentaries on Amy Winehouse.Newkey-Burden has a blog, entitled OyVaGoy, in which he describes himself as 'philosemitic' and posts opinions firmly in support of the state of Israel, and critical of those he perceives as being against Israel.In July 2008, the British satirical magazine Private Eye reported that Newkey-Burden had posted positive reviews of his own books on the online bookstore.



Emil Loparskije citiraoпре 2 године
His nose operations were clear to anyone paying attention – the album cover for Off the Wall showed Michael’s nose had changed since his Jackson 5 days. The pitch of his voice prompted chatter too. Speculation mounted that he was taking female hormones in order to keep his voice high. ‘Not true,’ his voice coach Seth Riggs told Time magazine. ‘I’m his voice teacher, and I’d know. He started out with a high voice, and I’ve taken it even higher. He can sing low – down to a basso low C – but he prefers to sing as high as he does because pop tenors have more range to create style.’ A rumour also started to the effect that Michael had undergone a sex change, and his sister Janet was later to claim that a f
Prevucite i otpustite datoteke (ne više od 5 odjednom)