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
16 July 2009
Freefall
TV and Radio
09 July 2009
Getting On
TV and Radio
02 July 2009
Revelations
TV and Radio
25 June 2009
This documentary-cum-reality show began life two years ago as an execrable BBC3 series called Filthy Rich and Homeless...
Culture
18 June 2009
Occupation
Culture
11 June 2009
How the wheel turns. I first heard about Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire a few months ago, when I...
Culture
04 June 2009
I was part of the so-called “Boyle backlash”, or at least I would have been if I had actually bothered to vote for...
Culture
28 May 2009
Simon Schama
TV and Radio
21 May 2009
Cleaning up?
TV and Radio
14 May 2009
It is intensely annoying when journalists tell their readers about all the famous people they know. But I just can’t...
TV and Radio
07 May 2009
Endgame
TV and Radio
30 April 2009
Why did Simon Thurley allow English Heritage, the august body of which he is chief executive, to co-operate with the...
Culture
23 April 2009
I suspected it would be bad, and I was right. It is. Reggie Perrin, a remake of The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin,...
Culture
16 April 2009
Mostly, I prefer being an adult to having been a child; my childhood was often miserable, and I longed to escape it....
Culture
09 April 2009
I’ve seen three films about the Troubles in the past few weeks: Hunger, Steve McQueen’s movie about Bobby Sands; Fifty...

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