Former Chair of Hull City of Culture, Chair of BBC Children in Need, Journalist, Broadcaster
Rosie Millard is a journalist and broadcaster. She was Chair of Hull City of Culture from 2014 to March 2018 when she stepped down from the role. She read English & Drama at the University of Hull, trained as a journalist at the London College of Communications and did a History of Art one year course at the Courtauld Institute. She was BBC Arts Correspondent for a decade, during which time she covered many stories about civic regeneration via culture. She has been Arts Editor and Theatre Critic of the New Statesman, profile writer for The Sunday Times, columnist for The Independent and i Paper, and feature writer for the Daily Telegraph. She has also written two novels and two non-fiction books. She is currently Chair of BBC Children in Need and a Trustee of Opera North. She runs marathons and is a Brownie leader. She lives in North London with her husband who is also a journalist, and their four children. She was appointed OBE for services to the city of Hull in the 2018 New Year's Honour List.
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