Ade Adepitan: ‘I’d like to be the British Oprah’

The basketball player, TV presenter and author on pancakes, planning his wedding and living for holidays

I used to be a good sleeper when I was in the national wheelchair basketball team, because life was simple then: eat, train, sleep, compete. Between refurbishing a house, planning a wedding and filming commitments, the early hours are the only time for writing. My alarm is set for 6am, so on a bad day I get only three hours’ sleep. The other day I dreamed I was walking with a swagger, which felt funny when I woke up.

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Guardian Health and Wellbeing - Sat, 12 May 2018 06:59:24 GMT

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