by Mirianna la Grasta Beniamino Marcone, 34, plays Giuseppe Fazio in “The Young Montalbano”, an Italian television series produced by RAI and broadcast in the UK by BBC Four. We met him at Tasting Sicily UK Enzo’s Kitchen, London. As Mr Marcone argues, “The Young Montalbano is not a clichéd series”. It is rather an... Continue Reading →
by Mirianna la Grasta Sitting in an endless and luxuriant vineyard, Oscar-winning actor Dustin Hoffman looks more Italian than he actually is. “What a beauty,” he murmurs while enjoying the breath-taking view of Florence and a bunch of Tuscan red grapes. In the new historical drama I Medici: Masters of Florence, Hoffman plays Giovanni de’Medici, the…... Continue Reading →
Have a read to my new feature on the Apulian artist Rosa Iacobone - Mirianna la Grasta written by Mirianna la Grasta Walking through Carnaby Street is a tiny Italian woman. Her meticulous and curious gaze stops on every single detail in the street. “You know what?” she wonders, “London is better than Paris, I feel... Continue Reading →
Check out my new profile feature on St John Street News - Mirianna la Grasta In the first of a new series of profiles for St John Street News, discover the story of a man who’s won accolades for his work with Islington’s disabled community… “Hot chocolate,” he whispers. He hesitates, then adds: “Medium.” After... Continue Reading →
This is a long feature on Crohn's disease. It studies the issue from the medical, personal and supporting perspectives. Plus, it analyses all the possible solutions.
This piece analyses how the UK is responding to returning British Jihadis, and what are the other solutions the government could take into consideration.
This is an academic essay. It focuses on the initial impact that television had on American journalism.
by Mirianna la Grasta When speaking about live performances, Oh Wonder, the alt-pop duo from South East London, immediately shows its mettle. If there is a thing Anthony West and Josephine Vander Gucht perfectly know is how to connect with their public. And this is exactly what they did last week at the O2 Forum,... Continue Reading →