Sarah Lonsdale

Dr Sarah Lonsdale has been a journalist for 25 years, training on the Reading Chronicle before joining the Observer newspaper in 1990 as a general reporter. During her time on the Observer she specialised in stories concerning social justice. She is now freelance and has written for a wide variety of publications including: Observer, Financial Times, Evening Standard, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Mail, Independent on Sunday, Country Homes and Interiors Magazine, Observer Food Monthly, National Geographic Green and the Sunday Times.

She has been a weekly columnist for the Sunday Telegraph since 2006 writing about environmental issues, particularly the threat of climate change.

Dr Lonsdale holds a BA (Hons) and MA from the University of Cambridge in Modern and Medieval Languages (French and Italian). She recently completed her PhD, ‘The Representation of Journalists and the Newspaper Press in British Literature 1900 - 1939’ at the University of Kent. She holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE). She joined City University London in 2013 after six years as a lecturer at the University of Kent, teaching at the School of English and the Centre for Journalism there.

She is author of The Journalist in British Fiction and Film, published by Bloomsbury, July 2016.

Truth-seeking heroes to low-brow diggers: a history of journalism told through fiction
18 Aug 2016 | FEATURES |  
tags: journalism, media, media ethics, United Kingdom
Every journalist aspires to write a novel about his craft

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