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Andrew Marr

About The Author

Andrew Marr Andrew Marr was born in Glasgow in 1959 and studied English at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He is a journalist, political commentator, TV presenter and author. He has worked at many leading newspapers and journals, including the Scotsman, The Economist the Observer and between 1996 and 1998 edited the Independent. He was political editor of BBC News from 2000 to 2005.

Andrew has hosted various political programmes, including The Andrew Marr Show and Radio 4's Start the Week, and has also presented documentary series, some of them based on his own books, such as The Making of Modern Britain and My Trade: A Short History of British Journalism, and, most recently, Megacities.

His latest book, Diamond Queen, chronicles the Queen's pivotal role at the centre of the state and looks at the Diamond Queen coverdrastic changes in the media since her accession in 1952 and how the monarchy and the monarch have had to change and adapt as a result.

 

Below is a list of titles by Andrew Marr currently in print in the UK. You may find other editions in our 'New and Used' section by typing the author's name into the Search field at the top of this page and selecting the 'Author Exact' filter to the far right of the Search field.

 

Author photograph (c) Jeff Overs/BBC

 

Available Titles By This Author

A History of Modern Britain
(Paperback)
Andrew Marr
 
 
£9.99
 
The Making of Modern Britain
(Paperback)
Andrew Marr
 
 
£12.99
 

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