Like a great many other men of the modern age, I have a list of personal goals. Events and life achievements it would be nice to think can be ticked off one by one at leisure.

This week I have achieved one of these goals by appearing in the pages of GQ Magazine, quoted extensively in a piece of work by a proper writer in the shape of Dorian Lynskey - this piece on the Top 40 charts and the strange way streaming works which was in the last print issue that went on sale and has now appeared online too:

Why The UK Top 40 Has Changed For The Worse

I'll admit, though, my GQ ambition involved being featured as one of the tastemakers of the age, posing dressed in an Armani suit in the immaculately furnished front room of my multi-million-dollar New York penthouse. So, partial unlock.