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Jon Ronson twitterview

Aug 28, 2009 Author: Peekay | Filed under: Author, Broadcaster, Journalist

Author and broadcaster Jon Ronson is a Cardiff-born journalist whose distinctive reporting style and subjects have entertained readers of his Guardian column, viewers of his documentaries and readers of his five books.

His third book, The Men Who Stare at Goats is a major motion picture staring George Clooney due out later in 2009, while his second book Them: Adventures with Extremists is also reported to have been optioned by a Hollywood studio.

You can view the trailer for The Men Who Stare at Goats here.

logoiconThe Men Who Stare At Goats is becoming a movie starring George Clooney – how weird do you find that?

Jon RonsonI’ve seen the film and I love it – it is very warm and funny – so I feel proud.

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Andrew Collins twitterview

May 18, 2009 Author: Peekay | Filed under: Broadcaster, Journalist

Andrew Collins is a scriptwriter, journalist and broadcaster, as well as the author of a trilogy of humorous memoirs “Where Did It All Go Right?”, “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now” and “That’s Me In The Corner”. These days he has teamed up with comedian Richard Herring for a popular podcast which is branching out again into a live gig.

logoiconAndrew Collins – broadcaster, author, podcaster, etc. – which do you find most satisfying?

andrewcollinsI find whatever I’m doing at any given time the most satisfying. Sometimes I wish I had specialised over 20 years, but I love the unknown

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Twiterviews are short interviews via the medium of Twitter and then posted here. We restrict ourselves to 3 questions and answers, all limited to 140 characters.

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