Janice Turner

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Janice Turner is a columnist and feature writer for The Times.

Born in Doncaster, South Yorkshire,[1][2] she was educated at the University of Sussex Before her present post, she was a magazine editor for several women's titles, and wrote a column about magazines for the UK's Press Gazette.

Turner was nominated (shortlisted) for a British Press Award for best columnist in 2005,[3] 2007,[4] and 2008[5] and best interviewer in 2006.[6]

She is married to Ben Preston, a former deputy editor of The Times,[7] and the son of Peter Preston. The couple have two sons.

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