Harry Mount

From Who Comments? - the encyclopedia of comment & opinion
Jump to: navigation, search

Profile:

225Replace this image person.png

Full name: Harry Mount

Area of interest: Current affairs; Culture; Latin learning

Journals/Organisation: The Daily Telegraph

Email: harry.mount@telegraph.co.uk

Personal website:

Website:

Blog: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/culture/author/harrymount

Representation: http://www.littlebrown.co.uk/Authors/M/3030

Networks:

Biography:

About: A former Telegraph' leader writer

Education: Oxford University: Ancient History (first)

Career: Worked for a time as a Latin tutor; The Daily Telegraph: leader writer and deputy comment editor, New York bureau chief; Daily Mail: leader writer; has also written for The Guardian, The Sunday Telegraph, The Times, The Spectator

Current position/role: Blogs at the Telegraph and writes for various newspapers/magazines

  • also writes/has written for: The Independent on Sunday

Other roles/Main role: Author

Other activities:

Disclosures:

Viewpoints/Insight: What's wrong with keeping Oxford within the family? The Daily Telegraph, 2001

Broadcast media:

Video: BBC Radio 4, Start the Week programme: The joys of Latin, 2006 (audio)

Controversy/Criticism:

Awards/Honours:

Scoops:

Other: Son of Ferdinand Mount; cousin of David Cameron, Tory leader

Books & Debate:

  • My Brief Career: The Trials of a Young Lawyer (Short Books, London; New Ed edition, 2005) ISBN 1904977073

Latest work: Amo, Amas, Amat... and All That: How to Become a Latin Lover (Short Books, London, 2006) ISBN 1904977545, ISBN 140015524X (audiobook)

Speaking/Appearances:

Debate:

The Daily Telegraph:

Column name:

Remit/Info: British culture and society

Section: Features / Comment

Role: Columnist

Pen-name:

Email:

Website: Telegraph.co / Opinion

Commissioning editor:

Day published: Varies

Regularity: Irregular

Column format:

Average length: 800 words

Articles:

News & updates:

References:

Links: