The 30-somethings are high profile in the media world these days, as could be seen on BBC2’s Modern Times last night. Eleven mates were featured showing how much fun you can have in ‘middle youth’. DW readers may have spotted Ian Nuttall of Cope & Glory and Paula Carrahar from Major Players. Carrahar says being that age is not just about getting married, it’s about ‘having a really nice lifestyle’. Eat your heart out, Bridget Jones.
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