Ian David HISLOP

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1960-07-13
Education Ardingly, Magdalen Coll Oxford (BA, Underhill exhibition, Violet Vaughan Morgan scholarship)
Publications Publications incl various Private Eye compilations
Recreations N/A
Clubs N/A
Style Ian Hislop, Esq
Career ed Private Eye 1986- (joined 1981, dep ed 1985-86); scriptwriter Spitting Image 1984-89, columnist The Listener 1985-89, TV critic The Spectator 1994-96, columnist Sunday Telegraph 1996-2003; regular book reviewer and contrib to various newspapers and magazines; writer and broadcaster for radio and TV; radio: The News Quiz 1985-90, 4th Column 1992-96, Lent Talk 1994, Words on Words 1999, The Hislop Vote (BBC Radio 2) 2000; team capt Have I Got News For You (BBC 2) 1990-; presenter: Canterbury Tales (Channel 4) 1996, School Rules (Channel 4) 1997, Pennies from Bevan (Channel 4) 1998, Great Railway Journeys East to West 1999, A Revolution in 5 Acts (BBC Radio 4) 2001, The Real Patron Saints (BBC Radio 4) 2002, A Brief History of Tax (BBC Radio 4) 2003, The Choir Invisible (BBC Radio 4) 2003, There'll be Blue Birds over the White Cliffs of Dover (BBC Radio 4) 2004, Are we being offensive enough? (BBC Radio 4) 2004, Who do you think you are? (BBC 2) 2004, Not Forgotten (Channel 4) 2005, Looking For Middle England (BBC Radio 4) 2006, Not Forgotten: Shot at Dawn (Channel 4) 2007, Scouting for Boys (BBC 4) 2007; TV plays (all co-written with Nick Newman): The Stone Age (BBC 2) 1989, Briefcase Encounter (ITV) 1991, He Died a Death (BBC 2) 1991, The Case of the Missing (BBC 2) 1991, Mangez Merveillac (BBC 2) 1993, Dead on Time (BBC 2) 1995, Gobble (BBC 2) 1996, Confessions of a Murderer 1999, My Dad's The Prime Minister (BBC 1) 2003 and 2004; scriptwriter Sermon from St Albions (ITV) 1998; scriptwriter (with Nick Newman): The Programme 1990-92, Gush (BBC Radio 4) 1994, Harry Enfield and Chums 1994-98, Songs and Praise from St Albions (ITV) 1999; Awards BAFTA (for Have I Got News For You) 1991, Editor's Editor Br Soc of Magazine Eds 1991, Magazine of the Year 1991, Editor of the Year Br Soc of Magazine Eds 1998, Channel 4 Political Award for Political Satire 2004, Channel 4 Political Award for Political Comedy 2006
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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