Richard Ingrams

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Full name: Richard Reid Ingrams

Area of interest: Politics, Society (esp. corruption in public life), Media

Journals/Organisation: The Independent

Email: r.ingrams@independent.co.uk

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Website: http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/columnists/richard-ingrams

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Education: Shrewsbury School; University College, Oxford: Classics

Career: Served his National Service as a private in the Royal Army Service Corps; Private Eye: Co-founder (1962), editor 1963/1986; television critic for The Spectator; founder and editor of The Oldie, 1992; long-standing columnist for The Observer before moving to The Independent in 2005

Current position/role: The Independent: Columnist

Other roles/Main role: The Oldie: Editor

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Video: Regular on BBC Radio 4's radio panel quiz, The News Quiz

Controversy/Criticism: see...

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Other: Brother of banker and opera impresario Leonard Ingrams (1941/2005)

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Latest work:

Biography: Richard Ingrams: Lord of the Gnomes (1994) OCLC 31409786 (by Harry Thompson)

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The Independent:

Column name: Notebook

Remit/Info: Politics, Society (esp. corruption in public life), Media

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Role: Columnist

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Email: r.ingrams@independent.co.uk

Website: http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/columnists/richard-ingrams

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Day published: Saturday

Regularity: Weekly

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Articles: 2011

Articles: 2010

Articles: 2009

Articles: 2008

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  • Old at heart. Richard Ingrams has spent four decades poking fun at the powerful and, now, at modern life. But he has also endured more than his share of private grief. By Ginny Dougary, FT, 1st September 2012

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