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Sep 11, 2015 Augustus Stephens
Rugby musician and performer Augustus Stephens spends a couple of hours discussing philosophy with Stephen Gough outside Twyford in Hampshire before his untimely arrest for allegedly breaching his ASBO.
Sep 9, 2015 James Arthur Allen
Jul 22, 2012 Vicky Allan
Sleeping in the woods
James Allen is a freelance photo journalist who was interested in doing a piece for the very popular news website Vice.com In the end his piece was rejected but his pictures were used by local newspapers.
For Gough and his cause, though, perhaps a rearrest is the best thing. The last thing, he must want is for this concrete adversary of the law to melt away. For without that he would be left to pit himself against the vast amorphous rest of the population, who wear clothes and are suspicious of those who don't. "Put it away," is the standard response.
Aug 14, 2015 Alev Scott
Aug 14, 2015 Stephen Gough
Aug 14, 2015 Isobel Williams
Istanbul based freelance journalist Alev Scott bares all with the Naked Rambler Stephen Gough in the back of a car with blacked out windows and later at a “safe house” somewhere in Winchester. How did she fare? Find out here.
Andrew Hasson photographed Stephen Gough for the Sunday Times after his release from Winchester Prison, where he had spent most of the time in solitary confinement. Andrew shared his thoughts about his encounter with Stephen Gough at Crowlink, high up on the South Downs with views over the English Channel and down towards Birling Gap.
He rambles on nakedly in a borrowed room, well furnished with good books and family photos. The house speaks of security and comfort, a tender love of grandchildren. Steve has been absent from the lives of his children and he anticipates re-
Jun 11, 2015 Tom Whipple
Twelve years ago I spent a night in the Naked Rambler’s caravan, and found him an extremely hospitable man. In the evening we ate a meal bought with his prison release cheque and argued about the merits of public nudity. That was in 2003.
Tom Whipple is a journalist and writes for The Times. Tom joined The Times in 2006. He writes features for Times 2 and across the paper. In the course of his duties he has voluntarily seen the inside of both the world’s hottest sauna and the world’s most irradiated nature reserve. He has involuntarily seen the inside of a Danish police cell, as well as the danglier bits of Swiss naked hikers.
Stephen Gough © Stephen Slominski
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