Paul Bright (BSc, CEng, MiMMM) was born in South Wales. He has almost 50 years geological experience in mining and mineral exploration. The work has enabled him to visit many countries in the world. In retirement, he maintains an interest in geology, mining and climate change, enjoys cycling, rugby, athletics and reading.
Espionage operations were rife in wartime and intelligence services were guided by the dictum ‘there’s no such thing as coincidence’Read more
The North York Moors National Park at Boulby is helping in the search for dark matter as an 'international dark...Read more
Ready for the return of pounds and ounces? Paul Bright leaves no stone unturned in his explanation of this particular...Read more
Solzhenitsyn was a Russian writer and Soviet dissident who spoke out against Stalinism. He is remembered for his Nobel Prize...Read more
Reflecting on 50 years of wireless, Paul Bright reflects on the power of protest music from artists like Bob Dylan,...Read more
Lenin’s ideas paved the way for the newspaper Iskra, and the USSR. What role did Lenin's bookcase play in preserving...Read more
Paul Bright writes about his trip to Wales as geology student; 135 years earlier, Darwin embarked on the same trip....Read more
Paul Bright discusses the history of racial apartheid in rugby and the protests in South Africa, and politics and racism...Read more
Paul Bright writes about Peter Norman at the 1968 Olympics, where he made a show of solidarity to racial equality...Read more
Paul Bright explains the significance of the Belgian farmer that moved the stone that marked the 200-year border between Belgium...Read more
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