David Haston•What is your greatest achievement? This is a close call between: still being married to the same person since 1995, although I have to share the credit for that; and surviving the 18 month long Public Inquiry for the Birmingham Northern Relief Road / M6 Toll with my sanity still intact. •What else do you love most in life? Sea fishing in Ireland.•What meal would be your last? Locally reared medium rare sirloin steak that has been hung for six weeks.•Who is your hero? I have two; John Crick, my former manager and mentor in ADAS who taught me so much about professional ethics, report writing and acting as an expert witness; and Ian Reynolds, without whom I would probably still be working for ADAS or its successor.•Who makes you laugh the most? Chris Kamara (former footballer and presenter).•What is your favourite tipple? Three Tuns Ale from Bishop’s Castle or Silver Moki Sauvignon Blanc depending upon the mood.•What was your favourite subject at school? Geography.•Which person would you most want to have dinner with? Alice Roberts (biological anthropologist and presenter).•What are you bad at? Snooker and Pool.•What do you dislike the most in life? Certain elements of the Media.
Ian Reynolds•What is your greatest achievement? Meeting my wife! Managing to juggle a business and four lovely kids would have been impossible without her. •What else do you love most in life? Walking in the Lake District.•What meal would be your last? An Aberdeen Angus rib eye steak and chips.•Who is your hero? Probably David Haston but don’t tell him.•Who makes you laugh the most? Jonny Vegas.•What is your favourite tipple? A pint of well-kept real ale.•What was your favourite subject at school? Chemistry or PE.•Which person would you most want to have dinner with? Guy Pratt (sometime bass player with Pink Floyd, Roxy Music and others).•What are you bad at? Playing the guitar.•What do you dislike the most in life? Roasted parsnips.
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