Sir Tony Robinson supports our #ThisIsMe magazine

Sir Tony Robinson supports our #ThisIsMe magazine

Photo : British TV icon Sir Tony Robinson with our #ThisIsMe magazine | Credit : Thomas Anderson

Sir Tony Robinson is a British TV icon and has starred in hit TV shows ranging from Blackadder, Maid Marian and her Merry Men, The Worst Jobs in History and of course Time Team. He’s also a best-selling author and has just published his awesome new autobiography No Cunning Plan. We were delighted to join Tony at an intimate event at Waterstones bookstore in Edinburgh on 25th November where he spoke about his varied career and having a sense of imposter syndrome at various points in his life. As well as his famous TV roles, Tony has been an active member of the ‘Make Poverty History’ campaign and was vice-president of the actors’ union Equity. He is the recipient of six honoury doctorates, twice the number of O Levels he achieved at school, and was knighted in the 2013 Birthday Honours for public and political service. We’re delighted to have Tony’s support for our new #ThisIsMe magazine.

Photo : Sir Tony Robinson with our #ThisIsMe magazine. He loves the cover!

Photo : Sir Tony Robinson with Inclusive Networks Founder Thomas Anderson

About The Author

Thomas Anderson

Founder and MD of Inclusive Networks. Thomas was Chair of the award winning LGBT network for The Co-operative Group, ‘Respect’ (2011-14). Thomas named the network and designed and managed all of the branding, communications and engagement until he stepped down from the role of Chair in March 2014. He also created the branding, name, was Editor of the quarterly magazine and developed the launch of the UK’s first Inter-Retail LGBT network ‘CheckOUT’. He contributed to the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index 5 Year review. In recognition of his work in the diversity field he was shortlisted for ‘Diversity Champion of the Year’ at the 2013 European Diversity Awards, shortlisted for ‘Role Model of the Year’ at the 2012 Lesbian & Gay Foundation Homo Heroes Awards and shortlisted for the ‘Positive Action’ award at the 2013 Asian Fire Service Association Fair & Diverse Awards. He also won the 2012 ‘Pride of The Co-operative’ award. He was a judge for Scotland's biggest diversity awards, The Icon Awards in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

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