David Lintott

Freelance journalist covering culture, sport and society

David Lintott is a freelance journalist, covering culture, sport and society. He hails from the decaying seaside town of Eastbourne, which he considers the source of his world-weariness.

David likes going to the cinema and watching Arsenal kick a ball around, though not at the same time. He blogs intermittently here.

The London 2012 Olympics is Over Shame About the Closing Ceremony

As the 30th Olympiad of the Modern Era, or The Olympics, drew to a close on Sunday night, a nation wept. This may have had more to do with the paucity of talent on display and the omnipresence of Lord Coe than the fact that London 2012 had reached its conclusion, though.
14/08/2012 08:58 BST

Great Expectations: Life as an Unemployed Graduate

Many graduates will return home for good in search of work and find themselves facing up to the grim reality of unemployment, a term synonymous with notions of failure and despair, and about as far removed from the joy of a graduation ceremony as you can get.
01/06/2012 14:17 BST