Conor Mills
Originally from Harpenden, 28-year-old Conor Mills is a freelance journalist who specialises in food and travel. When he is not eating his way around the globe or travelling to exciting and exotic destinations he writes for a variety of publications including Auto Express, Little White Lies and Foodepedia. Work permitting you will find him selling Greek street food at his local market in Hackney on Sundays. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Leeds. He resides and works in London.

Entries by Conor Mills

The Cambridge Spies: Why Do We Still Find Them So Fascinating?

(0) Comments | Posted 8 May 2015 | (11:58)

An interview with Peter Murphy, author of a new novel about the Cambridge Spies, And is there Honey Still for Tea? (No Exit Press, publication on 23 April) who says that the public continues to be fascinated by the Spies, even 50 years or more on.

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Alzheimer's Forgotten No More: A Conversation With J. Paul Henderson

(0) Comments | Posted 24 March 2015 | (09:33)

With Julianne Moore winning Best Actress for her portrayal of a woman suffering from early-onset Alzheimer's in Still Alice, and the tragic loss of Sir Terry Pratchett to the unrelenting disease only last week, it is clear that Alzheimer's and the devasating effects it has on patients and their families...

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The Other Side of the Roma Story

(1) Comments | Posted 20 November 2013 | (16:05)

Over the last few months, the UK and European press have dedicated extensive column inches to the Roma community, with the majority of coverage being negative. Much of the adverse reporting focuses on the widely recognized and highly visible problem of Roma arriving in the UK to beg on our...

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Poles Apart

(0) Comments | Posted 18 November 2013 | (13:12)

Early last year, one gloomy spring morning, the gods of travel journalism offered me, an amateur explorer at best, the once in a lifetime opportunity to visit Greenland, following in the footsteps of Amundsen, Franklin, Fiennes and the other greats of Arctic exploration.

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Down and Out at the Frankfurt Book Fair

(2) Comments | Posted 18 October 2013 | (09:04)

The rather unconventional, early morning Eurostar commute from London to Frankfurt for my first Buchmesse was not without incident. Things began promisingly with a continuous and complementary showering of various French patisserie, fresh juices and high-brow periodicals, but started to take a turn for the worse after a series of...

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A Greenland Food Adventure in Ilulissat

(0) Comments | Posted 19 May 2012 | (00:00)

As our small propeller-powered plane begins its descent into Ilulissat I'm glued to the small porthole-shaped window mesmerised by the breathtaking views. Once we break through the stationary clouds and snow-capped mountains, the sea reveals itself for the first time. Frozen, motionless like a snapshot in time, the first signs...

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A Greenland Food Adventure

(2) Comments | Posted 25 April 2012 | (00:00)

Twenty-four hours after departing a chaotic and densely populated London Heathrow, I touch down in Greenland on what appears to be the only patch of land that isn't blanketed in white for as far as the eye can see. The reason I've come to this predominantly uninhabited and perilously cold...

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