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Hyer's Highlights: 2018 Forbes Top Paid Athletes

12th June 2018 | Advice / Opinion

Hyer's Highlights: 2018 Forbes Top Paid Athletes

Forbes released its annual list of top paid athletes this, highlighting the huge earnings of superstars across all sports, with boxer Floyd Mayweather topping the list at $275 million. NBA players make up a majority of the list, followed by football and baseball players.


2018 was the first time in eight years that not a single woman has been included on the list — not even Serena Williams, one of the most accomplished and well-known athletes in history.

On his Sunday radio show, Benji Hyer asked listeners whether gender income inequality in sport is a problem. Listener Max messaged that he believes it’s a non-issue, insisting that male get paid more because they draw in larger crowds. However, Benji questions whether it is instead down to something much deeper…

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Benji Hyer on the 2018 Forbes Top Paid Athletes

Benji Hyer responds to listener Max who belies that the lack of female talent on the 2018 Forbes Top Paid Athletes list is a non-issue. (5 minutes)

Better Your Future Self | Nobody Real

9th June 2018 | Advice / Opinion

Better Your Future Self | Nobody Real

This content is brought to you by Nobody Real, a new book by author Steven Camden. For more details about nobody real, visit www.wizardradio.co.uk/nobodyreal.

Nobody Real by Steven Camden centres around Marcie who is stuck at a crossroad. She wasn’t granted the greatest start in life and the lack of support from family has left her leaving school without any plans for the future. Marcie is living in the present alongside her problems. Thor, the secondary character is at a crossroads too. He is Marcie's imaginary friend who she cast out, back to his own world. He is fearful of fading into the background forever. But Marcie and Thor need each other in more ways than each of them are able to understand...


You can only accomplish the dreams that are sat beyond your wildest imagination when stepping outside of your comfort zone. We aren’t ever aware of what we are truly capable of until facing a fight or flight situation and sometimes in life the compromise fuels the journey.

In Nobody Real, Steven Camden gives us an insight into the mind of an adolescence who is left in limbo as to what to make of her life. There are so many scenarios and stages in life where this phase is so relatable – not knowing if we should put life as we know it on the line and taking a risk in hopes of it paying off in the long run.

On her radio show, Daisy Maskell wanted to know when you have taken a risk and stepped out of your comfort zone in order to better your future self.

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Dealing With Friendships | Nobody Real

9th June 2018 | Advice / Opinion

Dealing With Friendships | Nobody Real

This content is brought to you by Nobody Real, a new book by author Steven Camden. For more details about nobody real, visit www.wizardradio.co.uk/nobodyreal.

Nobody Real by Steven Camden follows Marcie.

For years she’s been hitching a ride on the train of her best friend Cara’s life. Now there’s only one more summer until they’re off to Uni together, just like they planned. But, Marcie has a secret, and time is running out for her to decide what she really wants.

Now, Marcie has another friend as well – Thor. Thor was Marcie’s friend, until she cast him out, back to his own world. Time is running out for him too.


Nobody Real really explores the tests that are put on friendship as we grow up – both our real life friends, and the friends that exist in other parts of our mind as youngsters. It looks at how we process major events in our lives as we enter the unknown.

On his radio show, James Gilmore wanted to know if you have any regrets about how you have deal with a friendship when you were younger? Maybe you were holding back a secret not knowing how, when or if to spill the beans… or perhaps there was just an incident in the playground.

James Gilmore on Friendships

James Gilmore responds to listeners messages about whether they regret the way that they dealt with a friendship when they were younger. (8 minutes)



To find out more about Steven Camden's Nobody Real, visit: wizardradio.co.uk/nobodyreal.