• How would your workmates describe you in one word?
    Patient. Yeah, that’s what they’d say I’m sure.
  • Tell us about the best person and the worst person you have ever interviewed?
    Glen Frey x 2 (best) I was given a 10 minute time frame. Chat went for about 45. It was just a great yarn about everything. Marcia Hines (worst) she’d just won “Queen of POP” 1977. Had a good dose of ego I think.
  • You’re at a dinner party where people are sharing their hidden talents, what do you say when it’s your turn?
    Remarkable memory for random objects / expert whip cracker.
  • What skill do you think everyone should learn?
  • Ironing / Checking tyre pressure / timing for soft, medium and hard boiled eggs.
  • What’s your biggest work pet peeve?
    Having to hang around for 8 hours before I can go home again.
  • What’s your one addiction?
    Playing guitar. If I’ve got 3 seconds I’ll pick one up.
  • If you could eat one food for the rest of your life without gaining weight, what would you eat?
    Nachos and garlic bread.
  • If someone were to play you in a movie, who would you want it to be?
    Jason Statham, but I’d have to audition him first.
  • If you could have dinner with anyone in the world – dead or alive, who would it be?
    Reginald Murray (R.M.) Williams. Why are your boots so bloody expensive?
  • What is the last text you sent?
    “No, just the crunchy ones if you have them”.
  • If you could spend the day in someone else’s shoes whose would they be? Why?
    Prince William. Just want to see what really goes on behind the palace walls without somebody calling security. Then maybe write a book.
  • What does your dream day look like?
    23 degrees, clear skies, light breeze, a full tank of gas and hitting the road on my Thunderbird with The Born to Be Mild gang.
Kev playing air guitar