Nigel Farndale

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Full name: Nigel Farndale

Area of interest: Society and Values

Journals/Organisation: The Sunday Telegraph

Email: nigel.farndale@telegraph.co.uk

Personal website: http://www.nigelfarndale.com

Website: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/nigelfarndale

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Representation: http://www.nigelfarndale.com/contact.html

Networks: http://twitter.com/nigelfarndale

Biography:

About: British author and journalist, known for his award-winning interviews in the Sunday Telegraph. See nigelfarndale.com bio.

Education: University of Durham: Philosophy MA

Career: Worked as a farmer in Yorkshire before being asked by Auberon Waugh (see The season's grievings) to write for Literary Review. Has since contributed to The Daily Telegraph, The Times, Harpers & Queen, The Spectator, Country Life and has writtten a regular column as The Sunday Telegraph as well as reviews and interviews

Current position/role: Interviewer, feature writer and columnist

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Awards/Honours: 'Haw-Haw' was shortlisted for the Whitbread Prize and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize; British Press Awards: Interviewer of the Year, 2000

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  • A Sympathetic Hanging (Quartet Books, 2000) ISBN 0704381419; Last Action Hero of the British Empire: Commander John Kerans 1915-1985 (Faber & Faber, 2001) ISBN 0571208258; Flirtation, Seduction, Betrayal: Interviews with Heroes and Villains (Constable and Robinson, 2002) ISBN 1841196444

Latest work: Haw-Haw: The Tragedy of William and Margaret Joyce OCLC 60424739, 2005 ~ BBC Radio 4 Today: Nigel Farndale discusses his ideas with Cambridge historian, Dr Peter Martland (Audio Clip)

Speaking/Appearances: http://www.nigelfarndale.com/events.html

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Remit/Info: Examines and discusses a wide range of issues usually related to society and values - "is Sunday Telegraph column, And Another Thing, takes a sideways look at the week’s news"

Section: Features / Comment

Role: Columnist

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Email: nigel.farndale@telegraph.co.uk

Website: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/nigelfarndale

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Day published: Sunday

Regularity: Weekly

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Average length: 750 words

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