Quentin Richard Stephen LETTS

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1963-02-06
Education Haileybury, Bellarmine Coll Kentucky, Trinity Coll Dublin, Jesus Coll Cambridge
Books & Publications Publications Fifty People Who Buggered Up Britain (2008), Bog Standard Britain (2009), Letts Rip! (2010)
Recreations singing hymns, watching cricket
Clubs Savile, MCC
Style Quentin Letts, Esq
Career dustman and waiter 1981-84; ed: Oxon Magazine Oxford 1984-85, Mayday Magazine Dublin 1985-86, Filibuster Magazine Dublin 1986-87; journalist The Daily Telegraph 1988-95 (ed Peterborough Column), NY Bureau chief The Times 1995-97, freelance journalist 1997- (including parly sketch writer Daily Telegraph 1997-2000 and Daily Mail 2000-), theatre critic Daily Mail 2004-, writer Clement Crabbe column Daily Mail 2006-09, presenter What's the Point of? (BBC Radio 4) 2008-, presenter Panorama - May Contain Nuts (BBC1) 2009; judge Britain's Best Am-Dram (Sky Arts) 2013; dep church warden How Caple Church Herefordshire; Edgar Wallace Award London Press Club 2003, Feature Writer of the Year What the Papers Say Award 2007, Political Journalist of the Year Br Press Award 2009, Critic of the Year Br Press Award 2010, Sketchwriter of the Year Comment Award 2010
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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