Beatrix Campbell, OBE

Non-fiction writer, Radio/tv/screenwriter

Beatrix Campbell is an award-winning writer and broadcaster. Her books range from Wigan Pier Revisited (about poverty, politics and George Orwell) and Goliath: Britain’s dangerous places (about riots) to Diana, Princess of Wales: how sexual politics shook the monarchy.

She has also been a writer-in-residence working with young offenders and people surviving sexual abuse and exploitation. She has co-authored plays with Judith Jones. Her most recent book The End of Equality was published in 2013. She was awarded the OBE for her services to equality in 2009.

Beatrix Campbell, OBE

Fellowships

University of Westminster (Harrow) 2012-15