Diana Henry is a writer, journalist and author. She has written eleven books and has a weekly column in The Daily Telegraph. She also writes for magazines in the UK and the US, is a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio 4 and hosts podcasts for Prince Street in the US. She has won numerous accolades for her journalism and books, including awards from the James Beard Foundation in the States and from Fortnum & Mason and the Guild of Food Writers in the UK. Before starting to write she worked as a tv producer for twelve years, primarily for BBC Television. She studied English Literature at Oxford University and journalism at City University, London. She lives in London with her children and comes from Northern Ireland.
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