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Andrew Philip Cross (born 1963) is a British-based Wikipedian. I have modified or created pages relating to art, film, jazz, literature, the media and the social sciences.
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Articles predominantly written by this user
- Dorothea Brooking, BBC television children's drama producer
- Caroline Criado-Perez, British feminist campaigner
- Paul Dacre, British newspaper editor
- Shelagh Delaney, British playwright and screenwriter
- Buzz Goodbody, British theatre director
- Lars Gullin, Swedish jazz saxophonist
- James Harding, head of BBC News and former editor of The Times
- Georgina Henry, British journalist, formerly in charge of the website of The Guardian newspaper
- Anna Home, former head of BBC Children's television
- Anthony Howard, British journalist
- Media Lens, British media analysis website
- Charlotte Moore, British television executive and last controller of BBC One
- Cathy Newman, British journalist and broadcaster
- Question Time George Galloway in Finchley controversy, February 2015 BBC programme
- Amol Rajan, editor of The Independent
- Olive Shapley, British broadcaster/producer
- Kim Shillinglaw, British television executive, last controller of BBC Two and BBC Four
- Stan Tracey, British jazz musician
- Katharine Viner, editor-in-chief of The Guardian newspaper/Guardian Media Group
- Mary Whitehouse, British Christian morality campaigner
- Joy Whitby, British television producer and executive specialising in children's programmes
- Peregrine Worsthorne, British journalist
- Yesterday's Men, 1971 BBC television documentary