Columnist, Guardian, The
Zoe Williams has been a columnist on the Guardian since 2000 - previously, she wrote a column for the London Evening Standard. In her ceaseless endeavour to smash the patriarchy, she contributes to various magazines and news weeklies, including Marie Claire, Glamour, Good Housekeeping, Red and Grazia. Broadcasting includes Question Time, the Daily Politics, The Politics Show and Newsnight for the BBC; Dispatches and the Channel Four News for Channel Four; a paper review for Sky News; and appearances on the Today programme, Any Questions, Woman’s Hour, PM and the World Tonight for BBC Radio Four.
She was 2014’s Restaurant Reviewer of the Year, 2013’s Print Journalist of the Year for the Speaking Together Media Awards, 2011's Columnist of the Year at the Workworld awards and is the author of three non-fiction books, Get it Together: Why We Deserve Better Politics, The Madness of Modern Parenting and Bring It On, Baby