Stephen Armstrong

Stephen Armstrong

Stephen Armstrong is a freelance journalist who writes for the Sunday Times, the Guardian, the New Statesman, GQ and Esquire as well as presenting the occasional documentary on Radio 4. He is author or The White Island, a history of Ibiza, and War plc.

The rise in Private Security Contractors has been swift in the wake of the Iraq war, bringing huge returns for those who can handle the job. But is there a danger that PSC's are making war a private matter?

A keen believer in Barack Obama, Donald Sutherland seems to have lost none of the revolutionary fire that helped make his name as one of the 1960s generation of Hollywood protesters.

A Sublime exclusive with Viggo Mortensen, star of Lord of the Rings and David Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises.

Al Gore is arguably most famous for almost becoming president of the United States. Now, with an Oscar under his belt, he is taking his ethical concerns to the mass media. Sublime catches up with him to talk about democratising television.

Sublime meets Kiefer Sutherland for an honest talk about politics, family, work and life.