Giles Coren

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Full name: Giles Coren

Area of interest: Current affairs; Culture; Food criticism and restaurant reviews

Journals: The Times

Email: giles.coren@thetimes.co.uk

Website/blog: TimesOnLine: reviews | comment

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Education: Westminster School; Keble College, Oxford: English (1st)

Career: Scriptwriter for Punt and Dennis; columns for the Independent on Sunday, Mail on Sunday, Tatler, Match of the Day Magazine; wrote the satirical Intellectual's Guide to Fashion in The Sunday Times using the pseudonym Professor Gideon Garter; currently, restaurant critic for The Times

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Controversy: Ian Burrell: Giles Coren: The critic who turned salesman The Independent on Sunday, 19th February 2007

TV/Radio: Hosted Movie Lounge on Channel 5; co-presenter of Channel 4 series Animal Farm, 2007

Awards/Honours: British Press Awards: Food And Drink Writer of the Year, 2005

Other: Son of Alan Coren, brother of Victoria Coren

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Latest work: Chocolate and cuckoo clocks: the essential Alan Coren OCLC233788807 October 2008

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Column remit: Current affairs; Culture; Food criticism and restaurant reviews

Section: Life and style / food and drink

Role: Columnist; Food critic / restaurant reviewer

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Email: giles.coren@thetimes.co.uk

Website: TimesOnline | Reviews

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Day published: Saturday

Regularity: Weekly

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