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Ian Wright

Ian Wright joins in criticism of Arsenal boss Wenger

Arsenal legend Ian Wright claims manager Arsene Wenger is lucky to still have a job, because any other boss would have been sacked for going so long without success.

Sunday, 16 December, 2012, 3:55am

Editor's note

Despite economic woes in many parts of the world, the tourism industry is growing fast. In fact, a record 1 billion people are expected to travel this year, according to the United Nations World Tourism Organisation.

7 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

HAPPY wanderer

It's been almost 20 years since Ian Wright first hit our screens in the Lonely Planet and then Globe Trekker (Pilot Guides) travel series. Having won three US Cable Ace Awards, Wright is arguably the most travelled man on the planet. His unreserved persona and witty banter in that Cockney accent continue to engage television viewers across the world.

7 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

Wright shows his true colours

Five Young Post junior reporters gained real journalistic experience last Sunday by interviewing TV celebrity Ian Wright. From research, preparing questions and attending Wright's promotional event in Central, to finally interviewing him and writing their reports, the students found the work of reporters both exciting and mind-broadening.

30 Apr 2010 - 12:00am

Travel host comes to the city to promote series

Television travel programme host Ian Wright is coming to town to meet local fans this month.

The host of the acclaimed Globe Trekker series will be in Hong Kong on April 25 to promote his new series, Ian Wright: Out of Bounds.

15 Apr 2010 - 12:00am

Going out of bounds with the Wright guy

Television travel show host Ian Wright has covered most parts of the globe. Those off-the-beaten trail places he hasn't been to, he's now going to visit in a new Discovery Travel & Living series called Out of Bounds. To publicise this new programme, the Discovery network is bringing the wisecracking Brit to Hong Kong this month.

14 Apr 2010 - 12:00am

Ian Wright

'A normal 24 hours is as dull as ditch water. I'll get up about 8.30am, switch on the radio and make a nice strong coffee in an Italian stove-top coffee maker, which I've only just discovered. The plunger type is rubbish. This one's full on. I'll make the wife a cuppa and she can stay in bed for another half an hour. I can't eat a thing in the morning.

7 May 2006 - 12:00am

Globetrotter treads new ground

Renowned traveller Ian Wright, who visited Hong Kong on Wednesday to promote his new TV series, said karaoke bars and noodle shops are his favourite hangouts in the city.

VIP Weekends with Ian Wright will premiere on the Discovery channel on May 7 at 10pm.

Before he became the host of the backpacker series Globe Trekker 12 years ago, the

21 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

5-star upgrade for globe trekker

He's eaten rancid shark in Iceland and sunbathed in winter in St Petersburg. Now, hammy globe trekker Ian Wright is forgoing the shoestring backpacking for five-star flash passes.

21 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Gunner in the firing line but his goals just don't add up to record

THE adventures, and misadventures, of Ian Wright. On Wednesday, he's likely to lead the England attack against Moldova in the World Cup qualifier at Wembley. In the near future, he will presumably, and allegedly, pass Cliff Bastin's record of 178 goals for Arsenal.

5 Sep 1997 - 12:00am

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