Angela Levin

Angela Levin

Angela Levin writes regularly for national newspapers in the UK. She specialises in in-depth interviews and has been commended several times in the British Press Awards. She is also the author of six non-fiction books, including a biography of the late Princess of Wales’s father and stepmother. She broadcasts regularly on radio and Sky News. Diana's Baby: Kate, William and the Repair of a Broken Family is her newest book, published by emBooks, a division of Melanie Phillips Electric Media. Angela started her journalistic career as a researcher on the Observer magazine and went on to write a weekly interview column. She moved to You, the Mail on Sunday magazine, where she continued with her weekly interview slot, talking to a wide range of celebrities and others in the news. Her subjects included Paloma Picasso, Gordon Brown MP, Trevor Eve, Diana Ross, JK Rowling, Kylie Minogue, Kenneth Clarke MP, PD James and Muhammad Ali. She left to join the Daily Mail as a senior interviewer, where she also wrote an agony-aunt column and commentaries on issues of morality and current affairs. Angela moved from the Daily Mail in 2005 to concentrate on writing books. Her previous titles include Loving Peter – My Life with Peter Cook and Dudley Moore; Max Clifford: Read All About It; Raine and Johnnie: The Spencers and the Scandal of Althorp; Secret Places: a guide to sites in the UK; A Chance to Live; how the Marchioness of Tavistock fought for her husband’s life and recovery following a severe stroke; Margaret Thatcher: a biography for children.
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