Adam Jacot de Boinod is a freelance international journalist covering the world’s languages, cultural comparisons and travel destinations. He worked on the first series of the BBC programme QI for Stephen Fry and is an author on languages. He has written three books for Penguin Books, the first two (The Meaning of Tingo and Toujours Tingo) looking at words that have no equivalent in the English language, and his third book (The Wonder of Whiffling) looking at unusual words in English and has the daily column “On This Day” in the Daily Mail.
Mark Nicholls is an award-winning freelance travel writer and author, based in the UK. Having written for a range of national titles, specialist magazines and international websites, he also operated as a war correspondent for […]
Paula Gibson is a London-based personal assistant by day and a freelance travel writer by night. After working in London for ten years, Paula set up Cityintrigue.com to share restaurant and luxury travel reviews both […]
Amy Guttman is a freelance journalist and broadcaster based in London. She regularly reports for PBS Newshour, BBC and Forbes, focusing on current affairs and entrepreneurship. Food and travel are passions and she usually manages […]