Where did your interest in food sustainability come from?I first became interested in large scale food production a few years ago when I was asked to do a story for National Geographic about the challenge of meeting the future food needs of humanity. I specialise in aerial photography and wanted things of great scale that would show the magnitude of the task, and went to Kansas to photograph the wheat harvest. My first week in the field, I got thrown in jail by the County Sheriff.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeOUTSIDE the Balmoral hotel in Edinburgh, Ricky Gervais goes by on a bus. Then another one, and another, and another.Inside the hotel, Ricky smiles at the notion he is dominating mass transit in Edinburgh: “It’s odd. But I don’t think it’s me.”In a way, he’s right as it’s his most famous and most beloved alter ego that is plastered on adverts all over the country, reminding us that The Office hero is back this time in feature film form in the new movie David Brent: Life on The Road.Apart from a few charity gigs and YouTube outings, his sales rep/chilled out entertainer has been missing from our screens since he signed off with Christmas specials of the series 13 years ago.Since then, Ricky has appeared in blockbuster movies and sitcom series, embarked on huge comedy tours and landed all kinds of cool gigs including hosting the Golden Globes and guest starring for his idol Larry David.Brent is desperate for adoration and success in the film and cashes in his life savings and pensions to self finance a live tour but Ricky is much more measured about fame.He laughs when he recalls his first trip to Edinburgh, fronting a comedy show that failed to take off despite being performed at the height of The Office’s first season phenomena.Read MoreRicky Gervais on stardom, the Golden Globes and sending David Brent out on the roadHe said: “It’s odd being in the public eye and it’s odd being famous.
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