Rosie Millard

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Rosie Millard (born 17 April 1965) is a British journalist.

Millard writes columns, features, comment pieces and interviews for national newspapers and magazines, including The Sunday Times,[1] The Times, The Independent, The Daily Mail,[2] and New Statesman.[3] She wrote the Mr and Mrs Millard marital column in the Body and Soul section of the Saturday Times.[4] She was the arts editor and theatre critic for New Statesman.[5] Millard has also written a book, The Tastemakers: U.K. Art Now.[6][7] She has also written Bonnes Vacances (Summersdale), a comic account of how she took her family around the French overseas world while making TV documentaries for the Travel Channel.

Rosie Millard makes radio documentary series for Radio 4, and is a frequent guest on Radio 2, Five Live and BBC London 94.9. She is a newspaper reviewer on Sky News

Rosie Millard was an arts correspondent for the BBC between 1995 and 2004.[8][9]

She lives in Islington, north London, and has four children.[4]

She is an alumna of Hull University, the London College of Printing, and the Courtauld Institute

She has run marathons in London, Berlin, Paris and the Great Wall of China

She is a leader at the Second South Islington Brownie Pack

She is married to the investigative journalist and TV producer Philip Clothier

On Friday 20 June 2014 BBC News announced that Millard is to be appointed the role of chairwoman of the company running Hull's UK City of Culture activities in 2017.[10]

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