Brett Hetherington

Banner photos: Cornelia Kraft

Category: public/private

How the world of work has invaded the private sphere

Seeing further than left and right

"Holy week" parade in Barcelona

The trust at the bottom of the garden

More burqa talk in Catalonia and France

Coming to a town near you! Some of the world’s most powerful people…

More languages for Spain?

Do you want to speak like an American?

Your new teacher lives 4,000 miles away!

Tomorrow in Spain

How to confirm a stereotype

Money for something

The Brit, the lesbian, the priest...and a terrible miscarriage of justice

In Majorca, Atoning for the Sins of 1691

The past is close behind

Guest blog - Eric Stevenson on the dangers of asbestos and lead in our homes

Stolen children here, stolen children there

Is Barcelona to become a "Slow City?"

Why Europe?

Every Light in the House Burnin'

"That which is offensive"

Spain as one of the most equal for housework and gender?

"Gay cure" author's books for sale in Spain

Interview on

Legislating liberties

Poor doors

Why go the public way? (Part one)

"Why go the public way? (Part two)" - My latest opinion column for Catalonia Today magazine

Why go the public way? (Part two)

Conversus interruptus

Lessons from Paris

Steinbeck, Scuppers and trains

Slow life in Catalonia

Times in the balance

On trust and the grape

The words we use

Democracy and other duds

The quiet one

Dangers of the sell-off

A very personal reason

Why not Australia?

Why I Write (and) What Tom Wrote

Spanish group puts 10,000 books on Melbourne's streets

On Diagonal Avenue

Blurred lives

"Easy on the eye" - My latest opinion column for Catalonia Today magazine


"Los okupas:" Squatters in Vilafranca del Penedès