Marina Hyde read English at Christ Church, Oxford, and started in journalism as a temporary secretary on the Sun’s showbiz desk. She has worked at the Guardian since 2000, where her three weekly columns – on sport, celebrity and politics – have won her a reputation as one of the funniest and most admired journalists in the UK. She lives in London.
Politics and the media are in a state of ferment. Public debate on the central issues of our time is growing ever more angry and heated as opinions polarise. Post-truth and misinformation circulate at a frantic pace. Newspapers and broadcasters have to rethink their traditional models as consumers migrate online and look to social media […]