And Then They Came For Me
London, UK (PRWEB) April 11, 2008
First up is a video interview with UK wealth management supremo Nicola Horlick, who explains the trials and tribulations facing women in the business arena.
Also featured is the heart-rending exclusive story of Melanie Williamson, a woman suffering from one of the UK's rarest forms of cancer, which she says makes her a modern day vampire. We find out what it means to be one of only 25 people in Britain afflicted by a disease most doctors still know very little about.
Eva Schloss, concentration camp survivor and step sister of Anne Frank also talks to us exclusively on video about her life and the new adaptation of her story "And Then They Came For Me", which is due to receive a celebrity performance this coming Sunday at the Criterion Theatre, London.
Another first is the addition of Michelin Star and TV celebrity Chef, Daniel Galmiche as our feature writer for Food and Drink.
Finally, we talk to Sahar Hashemi, founder of Coffee Republic and Skinny Candy about life in the fast lane.
Among next week's features are exclusive interviews with Ivana Trump, Jo Fairley (co-founder of Green & Blacks), Romany Diva, Marjan Ossanlou (former Iranian princess turned jewellery maker in the US) and Kate Robbins, who talks about her forthcoming album which features work by her cousin, Sir Paul McCartney.
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