PRESSING MATTERS: "There is a view that journalism is primarily about the adversarial. That certainly has its place; corruption must be uncovered, fraud must be dealt with, and truth must be spoken to power. But if that is all that journalism does, it leaves a people mean-spirited, cynical and disempowered." Those strong words coming from author-journalist Ian Boyne (above, with daughter Kelly-Ann) as he addressed Wednesday's launch of Profile of Excellence, his brand-new book that encapsulates his past 26 years of interviewing movers-and-shakers on his award-winning TV show Profile. Says co-writer Glenford Smith, "It is out of my interaction with [Boyne], out of watching his programme, out of being mentored by him that I came to believe in myself and began to see possibilities for myself." Profile of Excellence is now available from major booksellers islandwide.