Rachel Cooke trained as a reporter on The Sunday Times. She is now a writer at The Observer. In the 2006 British Press Awards, she was named Interviewer of the Year.

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Culture
27 August 2010
Why is the press treating the inauguration of Jason Manford and Alex Jones, the new presenters of The One Show (...
Culture
19 August 2010
VexedBBC2The BBC mysteriously chose to screen Sherlock, starring the inestimably brilliant Benedict Cumberbatch, while...
TV and Radio
16 August 2010
Grandma's House
Culture
05 August 2010
The Deep
TV and Radio
23 July 2010
My childhood was punctuated by hideous camping holidays. There was the Guide camp where I contracted glandular fever...
TV and Radio
16 July 2010
Cutting Edge: Living With BrucieChannel 4When I learned that Channel 4 was devoting its Cutting Edge documentary slot...
TV and Radio
09 July 2010
Dominic Savage makes brilliant films. The dialogue is always convincing, the performances he draws from his cast always...
TV and Radio
01 July 2010
Rev (Mondays, 10pm) is a sitcom about the vicar of an inner-city parish. It's not particularly funny. It's sweet, it...
TV and Radio
24 June 2010
Lennon Naked
TV and Radio
17 June 2010
So, BBC1 has begun showing the US version of the British genealogy show Who Do You Think You Are? (broadcast dates and...
Culture
11 June 2010
Valentino: the Last EmperorBBC4Mostly, I watched Valentino: the Last Emperor (7 June, 10pm) as if in a dream. If I was...
Culture
04 June 2010
There is something about Maxine Peake. She is a wonderful actor, and I love watching her, but that's not what I mean....
Culture
27 May 2010
Money
Culture
21 May 2010
Worried About the Boy
Culture
12 May 2010
Ship of fools

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