Nina Raine's new drama Tribes is unquestionably one of the best plays of the year. Even its flaws feel like the flaws of an ambitious young playwright bursting with talent and something to say. It's the sort of talent that makes you listen very carefully.
Born profoundly deaf, and a risk-taker, Stephen J. Hopson has managed to accomplish a lot in his life so far, including publishing a new book, Obstacle Illusions: Transforming Adversity Into Success. How did he do it?