Richard Johnson is an award-winning journalist and broadcaster living in London. He writes regularly for the Sunday Times, The Telegraph and The Guardian, and he is a contributing editor for Esquire. In recent years, he has also moved into writing and presenting for radio and television.
2009 Taste The Nation (Presenter) - ITV1.
2007 Kill It, Cook It, Eat It (Presenter) - Firefly for BBC3
2005 Full on Food (Presenter) - Series 2 - Inhouse BBC2
2005 The Last Word
2004 Full on Food (Presenter) - Series 1 - Inhouse BBC2
2004 The Wright Stuff (Contributor) - Channel 5
Current Regular contributor to the Food Programme on Radio 4.
2008 Writer/presenter of documentary on Fatherhood for Radio 4.
2007 Writer/presenter of four-part documentary series on exorcism for BBC World Service
1997-8 Writer/presenter of two specials looking at the genres of sitcom and soap opera for Radio 2.
Current Sunday Times Magazine, Feature Writer
Current Sunday Telegraph, Feature Writer
Current Esquire, Contributing Editor
2008 The Guardian, Columnist
2005-6 Olive, Columnist
2004-5 The Independent, Columnist
1989-90 TV Guide, Senior Television Editor
1988-89 Financial Times, Senior Reporter